The Immersive Film Festival 2017, IFF17, is over, after intense 3 days of fulldome projections. A total of 64 shows, were projected, between 31 full features shows, and 33 short pieces (up to 15 minutes). A beautiful concert with a music band with live Vjing on the dome was also one of the highlights of the festival.

Before revealing the awarded shows, we would like to thank our international sponsors, VIOSO and ELUMENATI, that made the concert possible, as well as SKY-SKAN, E&S, SPITZ, IMMERSIVE ADVENTURE and IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCES.

We would also like to thanks the producers and distributors for submitting their work to the event.

The jury of the 4th edition of the IFF – Immersive film festival 2017, composed of 6 elements from the field of Cinema, Music, Animation and Planetarium, awarded 2 main winners (ex aequo) at the full featured shows: "The man from the 9 dimensions", from Miraikan, Tokyo Museum and "Hello Earth" from Copernicus Science Center. In the short pieces category the main winner was Nightmare, produced and directed by Elia Hueneburg.

The full list of awards is the following:

-- Short Pieces --

- Honorable Mention:
"Rona and the Moon", Matt Pitt, Frank Reuter, Ohu Domes, New Zealand

- Public award:
"Goodnight Sakanaction", Hiroshi Takeyama and Konica Minolta Planetarium, Japan

- Best sound track:
"Bio-Inspire", Yusuf Emre Kucur, Void, Turkey

- Best Immersion:
"Intensional Particle Dome installation", Hiroaki Umeda, S20, Japan

- Best of IFF:
"Nachtmahr (Nightmare)", Elia Huneburg, University of Applied Sciences, Potsdam, Germany

-- Full Featured Shows --

- Honorable Mention:
"Explore", Maciej Ligowski, Creative Planet, Poland

- Best Sound Track:
"Hello Earth", Paulina Majda, Maciej Mucha, Corpernicous Science Centre, Poland

- Best Immersion:
"World 2 War", Peter Geerts, Mathijs Brussaard, Dutch Tilt Studios, Holland

- Best 3D Show:
"The man from the 9 dimensions", Takashi Shimizu, Miraikan, Tokyo Science Centre, Japan

- Best of IFF (ex aequo):
"The man from the 9 dimensions", Takashi Shimizu, Miraikan, Tokyo Science Centre, Japan, and
"Hello Earth", Paulina Majda, Maciej Mucha, Corpernicous Science Centre, Poland


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See you at the next IFF.

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