On the Morning You Wake (to the End of the World) | Digital productions ARTE
On the Morning You Wake (to the End of the World)
A virtual reality documentary by the "Notes on Blindness" team
On January 13, 2018, on an ordinary Saturday morning, as Hawaiian citizens went about their daily business, everyone in the state received a text message from the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency: BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. Hawaiians suddenly confronted a real and urgent nuclear threat—one that we all currently…
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Technical Info & Short Credits
- 38 min
- Written by
- Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio, Mike Brett & Steve Jamison
- Created by
- Mike Brett, Steve Jamison, Arnaud Colinart & Pierre Zandrowicz
- Arnaud Colinart, Jo-Jo Ellison, Mike Brett & Steve Jamison
- Archer’s Mark, Atlas V, Arte France, VR for Good META, Games for Change, Princeton University’s Program on Science and Global Security
- With the support of
- British Film Institute, CNC, La région Occitanie
Archer’s Mark is an award-winning full-service independent production studio based in London, UK. Founded by creative partners Mike Brett and Steve Jamison, the company’s debut feature documentary NEXT GOAL WINS premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and won the British Independent Film Award for Best Documentary, earning Mike & Steve recognition as Screen International Future Leaders and a place on BAFTA’s Breakthrough programme.
Atlas V is behind some of the most awarded pieces in the field of New Media, with projects shown at A-List festivals such as Venice Mostra (Gold Lion 2018), Sundance (5 selections), Peabody (Future of Media award 2019), Tribeca, SXSW (Storytelling Award 2019), Sheffield, Telluride, Cannes, Busan, Sitges.
Since 2004, Games For Change (G4C) has empowered game creators and innovators to<br /> drive real-world change — using games and immersive media to help people learn, improve<br /> their communities, and make the world a better place. <br />
Princeton University’s Program on Science and Global Security (SGS), based in the School of Public and International Affairs, conducts scientific, technical and policy research, analysis and outreach to advance national and international policies for a safer and more peaceful world.
Nuclear weapons, a real threat
A multimedia impact information campaign focusing on the human cost of the global nuclear threat.
Characters captured in one of the world's largest vol-cap studios
Several cameras and infrared sensors captured three-dimensional moving images for more immersion.
Nominations and awards
- WinnerSouth by Southwest 2022XR Eperience
- SelectionSundance FestivalNew Frontiers