Seclude: Immersive Storytelling using 360 Film and Song
Seclude is a three-part film series that explores the concepts of identity using storytelling, emotionally driven music, and first person immersion. This project explores the intersection of 360 degrees immersive video content, storytelling, and songwriting which gives perspective into the identity of the storytellers. The purpose is to provide the audience with deeper understanding of the storytellers – to explore the world through their eyes, to live their story, and to feel their emotions. Songwriting, storytelling, and immersion are all powerful means to connect to an audience, and this new content model will provide songwriters with full access to these tools so they may create art which moves human cultural understanding forward.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
Project Components: one project video (.mp4), one report (.pdf), music videos (one ZIP file containing four .mp4 files).
Abrams, David. “Seclude: Immersive Storytelling using 360 Film and Song.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2017. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-production-technology/76.