Mar.2Apr.282019

Installation

Past Event

A collective immersive theatre experience combining virtual reality, cinema and audience participation

Showtimes:
Tuesday to Sunday
English:
 1:15 PM, 4 PM, 8 PM
French: 10:30 AM, 11:45 AM, 2:30 PM, 5:15 PM, 6:45 PM
Duration: 60 minutes

Tickets:
Regular: $46 - $55
Seniors and students: $40 - $50
Taxes and fees included
Prices vary according to the time

*Access to the exhibition is strictly reserved for 13 +.
*The experience is limited to ten people at a time and reservations are required.

The Horrifically Real Virtuality, presented by Phi as a Canadian premiere, invites you on set of a new film by Ed Wood (the worst filmmaker of all time!). Created by DVgroup and directed by Marie Jourdren, the immersive drama invites the viewer to explore a new narrative genre, an artistic and technological innovation. It allows the public to evolve in a virtual environment while interacting physically and in real time with characters and material objects. After, the experience continues with an immersion in the amazing universe of Ed Wood, thanks to a scenography imagined by Phi.

The “film” stars Bela Lugosi, the actor known for his vampire portrayals, who agrees to participate in his friend Ed Wood’s film, to help give him a chance in Hollywood. Lugosi possesses a unique ability to access a parallel dimension, in virtual reality, where he’s called upon to meet strange humanoids from another space-time: the Phi Centre in 2019.

Presented as a Canadian premiere

In Competition, Venice Virtual Reality
La Mostra de Venise, 2018
Innovation in Storytelling
Future of StoryTelling, 2018

Distribution:

Bela Lugosi: Sylvio Archambault, Claude Talbot, Guillaume Tremblay

Ed Wood: Gabriel Morin, Francis Vachon, Thomas Vallières

Sarah: Julia Borsellino, Marie-Michelle Garon, Caroline Lavigne

On top of the immersive experience, continue your exploration of the amazing universe of Ed Wood in an installation, also open to the general public. Filmmaker long despised for his series of Z-grade movies, Ed Wood has become a cult figure of Hollywood cinema. The installation features a bar and a boutique inspired by Wood’s films such as Plan 9 from Outer Space and Bride of the Monster.

Bar Schedule:
Tuesday to Friday: 3 PM to 10 PM
Saturday and Sunday: 12 PM to 10 PM

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