Hunger in L.A.

  • Nonny de la Peña
  • United States
  • 2012
  • Immersive
  • DocLab Program

Hunger in Los Angeles is an immersive journalistic experience set in the heart of the city, where the indigent are trying to survive on an over-strained food distribution system. By embedding audio that was captured from the First Unitarian Church in an immersive 3D Unity scene, the viewer becomes a witness to a distressing event that unfolds. Invisible to the average American, hunger is an insidious problem facing the country. More than one in five adults suffer with food issues and the rates are worse for children. The events of that day are mirrored circumstances around the country.

This project was presented as immersive installation Hunger in L.A.

Credits

  • color
  • cross-platform
  • Spoken languages: English
Director
Nonny de la Peña
Production
Emblematic Group

IDFA history

2012
Screened
DocLab Program

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