One of the first VR pieces ever created by a Native American filmmaker, "Eagle Bone" ("Ch'aak' S'aagi") is a collective step in a new direction of visual storytelling rooted in being unapologetically Indigenous. Through freestyle spoken word and lush Pacific Northwest scenes, we enter into a VR journey of remembrance and reflection on the lessons of the old ones.
Tracy Rector is a Choctaw/Seminole filmmaker and activist, as well as Co-founder of Longhouse Media.
- Director: Tracy Rector
- Country: USA
- Year: 2016
- Running Time: 5 minutes
This film is playing as a part of 360/VR Storytelling Pop-Up
Experience the best in 360 filmmaking throughout the Festival powered by WonderTek Labs. Visit this VR Storytelling Pop-Up at the SIFF Lounge, presented by Vulcan Productions, to sign up for a time to use a Google Daydream headset or HTC Vive Room Scale experience.
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