Over the past year, we’ve seen VR truly come into its own as a storytelling medium. From multiple Emmy Awards to an impressive seven-figure deal coming out of Sundance, this burgeoning art form continues to earn critical and commercial attention. As SXSW kicks off this week, we’ll dig into the O… We’re excited to see the presence of VR continue to grow and evolve at film festivals like Tribeca. By incorporating interactivity and embracing the viewer’s literal point of view, VR experiences reimagine the role of the audience as co-conspirator and active agent rather than simply a passive participant. Individually, these projects showcase some of the strides being made by the industry. But collectively, they speak to VR’s potential to change the face of content creation and consumption as we know it.