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Open the Disney Plus app and peruse the bold posters for Marvel and Star Wars movies and shows, with a short film by the side called “Remembering.” This delightful eight-minute movie of his, shorter than many YouTube videos, stars Brie Larson and explores where ideas come from.
Larson’s character is a writer who loses his thoughts when he is interrupted by his mobile phone. Whether he’s a writer or not, he’ll have enough time to get distracted by something on his phone and lose his train of thought. This is he one of the unfortunate consequences of being connected and online all the time.
It turns out that Larson’s ideas weren’t exactly lost. Instead, she is discovered by her inner child, played by the enchanting real Dusty Her Peak. What lies ahead is an enchanting journey of imagination, inspiration and innocence.
Remembering was written and directed by an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker, musician, and actor. Elijah Allan-BlitzShorts are fun for all ages, but for families with young children. Allan-Blitz’s short films are thoughtful explorations of ideas and creativity.
While the film is captivating on its own, Allan-Blitz also created an interactive augmented reality (AR) experience to accompany the short.You are Download the Remembering: The AR Experience app on your iPhone or iPad., and you’ll be prompted to pick up your device during the movie. We recommend using the largest screen possible.
Remembering’s AR experience is familiar, simple, and highly engaging. You don’t need ridiculous glasses or tech savvy to enjoy it.
upon CNET’s I’m So Obsessed Podcast, Allan-Blitz explained the origins of Remembering and its AR experience. He was influenced by author Elizabeth Gilbert and reflected on his own creative process. But the real driving force behind the film came from his six-year-old neighbor in Alan Blitz.
“Our next-door neighbor Dusty is an incredible 6-year-old girl I’ve known since I was 2. I remember being in the middle of a pandemic. [Larson] I came back and said, ‘You should do a movie with Dusty. And, of course, it was. I love this,” said Alan Blitz. And AR experiences have always been there. ”
Before shooting a single frame of Remembering, Allan-Blitz worked on compelling virtual reality (VR) productions like Take Every Wave: Laird in VR, which was nominated for an Emmy Award, PBS, and Michael Pollan’s book. We made a name for ourselves by creating experiences. to change your mind. In 2020, he won an Emmy Award for his virtual reality series called The Messy Truth VR Experience, which he co-created with Van Jones. Viewers can see the world from another person’s point of view.
In conversation, Alan Blitz explains how his life as a filmmaker began as a child making movies on VHS tapes. We’ll take a deep dive into why AR and VR are so compelling, and why both are taking different paths to greater acceptance. One of my highlights at Allan-Blitz is where he explains the core moments of the VR experience he created for Ken Burns’ documentary, Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War. I have heard of
“We recreated the moment Martha Sharp saved 27 Jewish children and took them to America on this boat. So we put you in perspective on the boat. And you You get to see real survivors and children, and you were talking about being in the 80’s and 90’s and flying in that boat and being separated from your parents,” says Alan Blitz. says Mr. “And beyond that boat, you can see the ocean and see the Statue of Liberty for the first time.”
You can do it Watch Remembering on Disney Plus. Subscribe to I’m So Obsessed on your favorite podcast appIn each episode Connie Guglielmo and I catch up with artists, actors and creators to learn about their work, careers and current obsessions.