Aussie VR Documentary ‘Carriberrie’ Online World Premiere on VeeR VR this Australia Day
Transcend cultural boundaries by bringing the immersive experience of thriving Australian Indigenous culture to the world.
San Jose, California, January 26, 2019 – VeeR VR, the global VR content platform is bringing ‘Carriberrie’, the Aussie VR documentary celebrating Indigenous Australian song and dance, online to the world on January 26, 2019, Australia Day. ‘Carriberrie’ will be available to stream via VeeR VR app on Oculus Go, Oculus Rift, Gear VR, MiVR outside of Australia.
Carriberrie (derived from the word ‘corroboree’ as spoken by the Eora nation, the traditional owners of the land upon which the city of Sydney now stands) is an award-winning multiplatform VR film that features 9 culture groups, 35 performances, and more than 156 dancers. Carriberrie showcases a stunning range of Australian locations and performances from iconic ceremonial traditional practice in Uluru, through to food gathering dances in the rainforest, agricultural songs on the most northern tip of Australia and funeral dances in the Arnhem wetlands before culminating with a highly charged hunting track in the central desert.
Directed by award-winning Australian director and producer Dominic Allen, Carriberrie deeply immerses audiences, positioning them at the center of a series of remote and extraordinary dance rituals from within the very environment they traditionally emerged.
Free access on Jan 26, Australia Day
To celebrate the Australia Day on Jan 26, limited free access will be available to all Oculus Go and Oculus Rift. Simply download VeeR VR to start the experience.
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