SDG 10: Reduced Inequality • 6m 39s
Refugees is a 360 documentary about the ongoing humanitarian crisis. Thousands have left their homes in search for a better future, and in their search they encounter dangerous obstacles. We went to Lesbos, Greece, where migrants take the leap from Turkey, putting their lives at risk, and captured some of the most intense moments in thrilling virtual reality.
Director: Eduardo Hernandez Perez & Yori van Gerven
Producer: Justin Karten
2016 | 7 min
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