An interactive short film about love

17 Feb - 19 Mar
Adelaide Fringe Festival 2017

See it for free at: The South Australian Institute Building at State Library of South Australia

"I hate the hat."

"She loves the hat."

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Falling in love can leave us lost for words, even though there’s plenty racing through our head. Presented by Google’s Creative Lab and Grumpy Sailor, this quirky set of interactive films allows you to explore the inner thoughts of two characters across a series of serendipitous and sometimes awkward encounters that eventually lead to Love at Fifth Site.
Love at Fifth Site allows the audience to use their phone to ‘shine a light’ onto the inner monologue of the film’s protagonists. Using the phone's accelerometer and the browser's native device motion library to respond to audience interaction and movement, the work forms part of an ongoing exploration of how technology can help artists push the boundaries of traditional storytelling.

Created by: Grumpy Sailor and Google’s Creative Lab, Sydney

Writers: Susie Youssef and Tristram Baumber

Film Director: Shannon Murphy

Production Designer: Elizabeth Gadsby


Rarriwuy Hick

Dylan Young

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