Montreal has a 'Virtual Reality Garden' that you've got to check out this winter

Jan 23 2018, 3:38 pm

If you’re looking for the ultimate virtual reality experience head down to the Phi Centre.

From January 23 to February 12, the Phi Centre will be hosting a special edition of its ‘Virtual Reality Garden.’ You’ll be able to view screenings of the five productions nominated in the Best immersive production category at the Canadian Screen Awards.

These include the following films:

  • MiyubiFelix & Paul Studios (40 minutes)
  • Through the Masks of LuziaFelix & Paul Studios and Cirque du Soleil (15 minutes)
  • Blind Vaysha, National Film Board of Canada (8 minutes)
  • Blasters of the Universe, Secret Location (10-15 minutes)
  • Horizon, SESQUI (21 minutes)

The Phi Centre’s Virtual Reality Garden is a permanent installation that screens various works of VR throughout the year.

For updates and more info about the January/ February installations, check out their website. 

Virtual Reality Garden: Canadian Screen Awards 

Where: The Phi Centre, 407 Saint-Pierre Street, Montreal

When: January 23 to February 12

Tickets: Available online, $9.30

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