GONE, GONE BEYOND – New immersive 360 Movie by People Like Us

A new 360 degree immersive film “GONE, GONE BEYOND” by People Like Us will World Premiere in San Francisco this 11-14 October 2017 at Gray Area Foundation for the Arts.  The film will screen daily from the 11-14th inclusive.  We have been making this movie for Recombinant Media Labs own Cinechamber for quite some time now – it is a 40-minute stand alone piece that you watch and listen to from the inside.

TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE – FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/recombinant-festival-2017-tickets-37510096709
OUR FILM IS PART OF “THE FALL OF LOVE” SCREENINGS

People Like Us screenings:
Wednesday 11 October 2017
20:00 – 21:30
CineChamber: The Fall of Love with Craig Baldwin, People Like Us, Masako Tanaka

Thursday 12 October 2017
20:00 – 21:30
CineChamber: The Fall of Love with Craig Baldwin, People Like Us, Masako Tanaka

Friday 13 October 2017
18:30 – 19:30
CineChamber: The Fall of Love with SF Cinematheque, People Like Us, Masako Tanaka

Saturday 14 October 2017
18:30 – 19:30
CineChamber: The Fall of Love with SF Cinematheque, People Like Us, Masako Tanaka

Full program further down this page and on the tickets page.  If you can, we recommend the entire festival program.


More info really soon, and info update on the Recombinant website happening this week.  Please note: this is NOT a concert – it’s a stand alone wrap around BIG feature film, one like you may have never seen before.

“Hey, hey, have you ever tried… reaching out to the other side?”
“Gone, Gone Beyond” is a 40-minute immersive a/v spatial cinema work by People Like Us, which breaks the rectangle, smashing the thin screen into tiny fragments, looking beyond the frame, climbing through to see what’s behind.
Under the name “People Like Us,” artist Vicki Bennett has been making work available via CD, DVD and vinyl releases, radio broadcasts, concert appearances, gallery exhibits and online streaming and distribution for 25 years. She sees collage and appropriation as folk art sourced from the palette of contemporary media and technology, with all of the sharing and cross-referencing incumbent to a populist form. Embedded in her work is the premise that all is interconnected and that claiming ownership of an “original” or isolated concept is both preposterous and redundant.

RECOMBINANT festival is a showcase of 360-degree spatial cinema and live audio-visual performances developed in collaboration with Recombinant Media Labs. The 2017 Recombinant Festival is produced by Recombinant Media Labs, Gray Area Foundation for the Arts, and Obscura Digital. For more information and additional program details please visit recombinantfestival.com. Continue reading