VR Awards

Entries are open for 2017

BBFF is renown world-wide for cutting edge curation and so we have added Immersive Content to our expansive and engaging program of screen content – widening perceptions of the evolution of film and technology and introducing the new frontiers of the story-telling and the artistic expressions of tomorrow.

2016 saw the introduction of two new awards – BBFF Best Achievement in a Virtual Reality 360 degree Experience (Interactive) and BBFF Best Achievement in a Virtual Reality 360 degree Experience (Linear).

As content and adoption grow we plan to continue to add other specialised awards in this field.

Learn more about how to enter here

Our 2016 Winners

BBFF Best Achievement in a Virtual Reality 360 degree Experience (Interactive)

Home

Home: A VR Spacewalk is a collaboration between the BBC and UK VR content specialists Rewind. It is a fully interactive, realtime rendered simulation of a spacewalk, where you are the astronaut that’s sent out to inspect damage to the ISS. You will get to feel what it’s like to be an astronaut floating 250 miles above earth with stunning and vast views of the spaceship, the space station and the universe.

BBFF Best Achievement in a Virtual Reality 360 degree Experience (Linear)

I, Philip

I, Philip is the first immersive short fiction piece developed in France. Shot in stereoscopic 3D you are taken inside the digital mind of one of the greatest writers of science-fiction of the 20th century – Philip K. Dick. Dick’s conspiracy and paranoia-driven stories inspired Blade Runner, Total Recall and Minority Report. His visionary imagination laid ground for our digitally-obsessed society. During the course of his life, he finally accepted that reality was nothing but a perfect illusion fooling his senses. What if his peers were robots? What if he was living in an alternate reality?