Someone Else’s Shoes
Light House Studio in Charlottesville, Virginia
Winner of the Community Matters Award for sharing what makes your community special – Fall 2017
From the Filmmakers: “Our video places the viewer at the scene of the Alt Right attacks that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 12th, 2017. We hope the viewer is moved to see that while the events were hard and hateful, Charlottesville isn’t just an event, but a caring community full of open-hearted individuals looking to change the world in the name of Love.”
- What did you learn about the Charlottesville community from viewing this video? How was this different than what you saw on the news?
- What do you think is the significance of the film’s title?
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There are several ways to experience 360° video, including through a VR headset, a VR viewer connected to a mobile device, a mobile device on its own, or through a web-based video player, as demonstrated above. See facebook360.fb.com for more about 360° video and “like” the 360 Filmmakers Challenge Facebook page for more youth-produced 360 media.