It is now possible to virtually visit the Wandering, a Rohingya story exhibition presented at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec from February 2020 to February 2022. First through a video tour of the exhibition itself, then through a 360 degree virtual experience created inside the diorama (model) of the Kutupalong refugee camp, created by visual artist Karine Giboulo. This 360 degree virtual experience is the first of a series of experiences of its kind that MÖ FILMS will create.
It is with great emotion and joy that the Wandering, a Rohingya story team was awarded 3 Iris awards (best documentary in Québec, best editing and best cinematography) at the Gala Québec Cinéma as well as the Canadian Screen Award for Best Documentary in Canada. This is the very first time that a Quebec film, regardless of genre, has won the Prix Iris and the Canadian Screen Award for Best Documentary simultaneously. These recognitions allow the entire film crew to shine, of course, but above all allow the film and its subject to reach an even larger audience. Thanks!
Official website of Wandering, a Rohingya story: https://www.wandering-themovie.com/