MIchelle and Uri Kranot won the Grand Jury Prize for Best VR Immersive Work: The Hangman at Home - An Immersive Single User Experience.
The VR, single-user experience project by the duo of Michelle & Uri Kranot was selected and premiered in the VR Expanded competition of the 2020 Venice Film Festival.
What does the hangman think about when he goes home at night from work?
"The Hangman at Home" is an interactive animated experience exploring themes surrounding acknowledgement and the awkward intimacy of humanness. Told in five interwoven stories; each situation presents a person, or persons in a delicate moment: fragile, playful, terrified, contemplated, confused, curious We are all very much alike in these moments – alerting us to question our own responsibility and responses. - Synopsis
The project won the Grand Jury Prize for Best VR Immersive Work: The Hangman at Home - An Immersive Single User Experience. The project is a co-production between Late Love Production (Denmark) National Film Board of Canada, Miyu Productions (France), and Floréal Films (France).