Oil in our Creeks

Women lives and Livelihoods are severely affected during environmental disasters such as crude oil spills and environmental pollution. In May 2017, The Media Awareness and Justice Project Partnered with Aljazeera News, Sustainability International and Ventures Africa to develop a virtual reality film in the Niger Delta on key impacts of the August 2008 crude oil spills  and artisanal refining on the biodiversity, lives and livelihood of people living in Bodo community, Gokona Local Government Area, Rivers State.

Here is a Sneak peak Preview of the all round, immersive Virtual Reality Documentary film which is currently been screened at the three international film festivals.

Click on OIL IN OUR CREEKS to Watch the full version of the Documentary 

The video follows the lives and challnges of people living in Bodo community, Rivers state and how the impacts of oil pollution has negatively affected the environment and livelihoods of the people living within the community.

The VR film will be screened at the follwoing International Film Festivals

(1) Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) – Canada - See link to publication - https://haptic.al/contrast-vr-debuts-its-second-original-vr-documentary-d1259201534c

(2) Rio international Film Festival – Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

(3) Virtual Reality Days – Amsterdam, Netherlands.



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