Amnesty International and Al-Jazeera Launch VR 360 Documentary to Highlight Rohingya Refugee Crisis

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Amnesty International and Al-Jazeera Launch VR 360 Documentary to Highlight Rohingya Refugee Crisis

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Amnesty International has teamed up with Al-Jazeera to produce a virtual reality documentary to shine a spotlight on the escalating Rohingya refugee crisis in Myanmar.

The documentary, called I Am Rohingya’, is the first to be produce by Contrast VR, Al Jazeeras immersive media studio and tells the story of Jamalida Begum, a Rohingya Muslim, and her two children in the slums of the Kutupalong refugee encampments in Bangladesh.

Jamalida is one of the thousands who fled Myanmar to escape the atrocities faced by Rohingya Muslims and are now seeking refuge in Bangladesh because they are unable to return to their homes.

The documentary is supplemented with a mix of video that is filmed on a Nokia OZO camera and post-production animation that shows Jamalida, describing her memories and life while narrating her story in the background.

 

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