An iceberg is cracking, the ice flow is breathing and a sled dog is howling... Electronic music producer Molécule cuts himself off in a hunter village in Greenland. He records sounds of the Arctic to compose.
Inspired by his adventure, -22.7°C VR takes you on a sensory and introspective trip in the Far North. Exploring the sounds of the powerful but dangerous polar nature, you’ll fall into your inner world, where you will have to face your deep emotions and fears, until you reach a state of harmony.

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Director: Jan Kounen, Molécule, Amaury La Burthe
Producer: Zorba Production, ARTE France, Novelab, DV group
Screenwriter: Jan Kounen, Molécule, Amaury La Burthe
Music: Molécule
Principal Cast: Molécule


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Public Film Contact
Paul Bouchard
Diversion cinema
Publicity Contact
Paul Bouchard
Primary Entry: Platinum Badge, Film Badge
Secondary Entry: Music Badge, Interactive Badge, Film Festival Wristband

Year: 2019
Premiere Status: World Premiere
Genre: Documentary, Experimental, Music
Screening in: Virtual Cinema Program
Screening Section: Virtual Cinema Competition
Screening Category: Virtual Reality
Country: France
Language: English
Runtime: 10:00 mins