Nevertheless, in 2019, the opportunity to be a part of the 20th Belfast Film Festival presented itself as calls for “Feature/VR submissions from African filmmakers” were made.
Beyond Africa’s shores, VR adoption is high with sectors like education utilising it to facilitate long-distance learning, which is particularly important in light of the pandemic ravaging the globe.
On the Nigerian scene
At the forefront of the VR filmmaking revolution in Nigeria is Lagos-based filmmaker and Founder of VR360 Stories, Joel Kachi Benson, producer and director of the award-winning VR documentary, Daughters of Chibok.
In a fireside chat with Titilola Oludimu, Director, SME by Techpoint, at Techpoint Build…