Workshop: Virtual Reality & Human Rights


Date: March 4, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Mi Centro
553 S Clarence St, Los Angeles, CA 90033

Virtual Reality content is a powerful tool for us to explore perspectives outside of our own lived experience. As a result, it can be used to elicit empathy and express the struggle for Human Rights. Let Flavio Florencio walk you through how to create content that allows the viewer to overcome the physical, social and emotional boundaries that separate us from the world around us, with the goal of bringing an end to prejudice and discrimination.

Flavio Florencio is an award winning filmmaker based in Mexico and Los Angeles. His first feature-length documentary Made in Bangkok played at Outfest Fusion and won several awards at film festivals around the globe, including Guadalajara, Palm Springs, and the LGBTTI festival of Chile. Flavio also developed the first African Film Festival in Latin America, AFRICALA. Currently, Florencio serves as a coordinator at the National University of Mexico (UNAM) and is the director and host of the VICE series TRANS that portrays the transsexual cultural in Mexic
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