PRESS: Street youth virtual reality (VR) film in Huck magazine | Children's Radio Foundation

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We’ve entered the world of VR (virtual reality) with our new film created by Rowan Pybus and Sydelle Willow Smith of Makhulu. This film about the street youth in our ‘Mugongo Ya Muana’  project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), has it’s story explained in the youth culture Huck magazine.

Read more about the experience of director Rowan Pybus in making the VR film, and more about how the children and young adults living in the slums are empowered through the radio work they do. The magazine describes itself as ‘inspired by radical youth culture, Huck roams the globe seeking out artists, activists and creative renegades who are breaking down the old world to build something new’.

Great work team, and onwards to new forms of storytelling!

 

 

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