Past Event

The productions nominated in the Best Immersive Experience category at the Canadian Screen Awards

Opening hours:
11 AM to 6 PM
Wednesday to Saturday:
11 AM to 9 PM
10 AM to 6 PM

Taxes and fees included

Access is free for the members of the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television when they present their member card at reception.

Where: C space (2nd floor)

*Plan 2 hours to view all the experiences. Places are limited and the waiting time may vary depending on the number of visitors.

Please note that access to the installation is restricted to 13+
Learn more about the age restrictions and health warnings.

The Phi Centre presents the five productions nominated in the Best immersive production category at the Canadian Screen Awards.

The Canadian Screen Awards celebrate Canadian productions and talent who excel in front of the camera and behind-the-scenes in Canadian film, television and digital media.

The Canadian Screen Award for Best Immersive Experience is supported by Gareth Seltzer.

We are happy to accommodate group visits. To ensure that your group of 6 people or more enjoys the best possible conditions, please contact us 72h before your visit.

Presented by Bell

Cover photo: Felix & Paul Studios

MiyubiFelix & Paul Studios (40 minutes)

Miyubi is a 40-minute virtual reality comedy about a Japanese toy robot - inhabited by you, the viewer - gifted to a young boy on his birthday in 1982 suburban America. Over the course of a year, as the boy's family fractures apart, you experience love and your inevitable obsolescence in an intimate, hilarious and endearing interactive story.

Through the Masks of LuziaFelix & Paul Studios and Cirque du Soleil (15 minutes)

Through the Masks of Luzia, based on the acclaimed Cirque du Soleil production, is a vibrant celebration of Mexican culture, shrouded in surrealism and dreamlike fantasy.

Blind Vaysha, National Film Board of Canada (8 minutes)

Vaysha is not like other little girls. Her left eye sees only the past. Her right, only the future. Blind Vaysha, they called her.

Blasters of the Universe, Secret Location (10-15 minutes)

Blasters Of The Universe is a highly-stylized immersive virtual reality shooter inspired by the 1990’s VR dream that was never realized... Until now!

Horizon, SESQUI (21 minutes)

Horizon takes its audience on a revealing expedition from the highest peaks to the deepest seas, and through all ten provinces and three territories. Drawing upon artistic inspiration from across our country’s rich cultural mosaic, the film features traditional and contemporary creative works set in the unforgettable urban and natural landscapes of our diverse nation.

The Virtual Reality Garden

Unique to Montreal, the Phi Centre’s Virtual Reality Garden is a permanent installation that showcases the most innovative virtual reality pieces of our time. The Phi Centre team curates the eclectic and diverse programming, and refreshes the works throughout the year. The Garden is equipped with four stations that deliver an optimal user experience.


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