Have a seat and make yourself comfortable; put on your headset and your earphones and literally step back into the past… a 360-degree-surrounding experience!
It’s 1963 and you’re out on the water, far from land, in the company of two friendly Gaspé Peninsula fishermen: Thomas and Jos of Newport. With your movie camera, it’s your job to film the journey of a documentary film producer from Montréal who, although he’s seasick, wants to learn all about fishing techniques, the history of the Robins and especially, life aboard one of those legendary ships known as the Gaspésiennes. Beware of storms!
The film, Gaspésienne no. 20, is an immersive journey and a unique experience featuring innovative technology!
Starting June 2017
Gaspésienne no. 20
A virtual reality film produced by the Musée de la Gaspésie and Idées au cube. Starring Stéphan Côté, Pierre-André Bujold, Blaise Tardif and Larry Day
Original versions in English and French. Subtitled in Spanish and Mandarin
This project was accomplished through Québec’s digital cultural strategy (Plan culturel numérique du Québec) implemented by the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Québec.