In 2015, Nepal experienced two earthquakes, bringing devastation to the region.
A year on, our virtual reality documentary – produced in collaboration with WaterAid and funded by HSBC’s Water Programme – brought the extensive rebuilding project into the homes of a global audience. This is Nepal’s untold water story…
Viewable through custom made cardboard headsets, our film placed the viewer in the heart of Kharelthok, one of the villages most affected by the earthquakes. Following Krishna, the plumber leading the recovery process, our narrative showcased the sizeable task at hand and the daily obstacles villagers are facing to survive.
A view from the ground
Using both visual and audio cues, our film highlights the struggles of the Kharelthok community in a truly immersive way, allowing viewers to interact with the environment as the narrative unfolds.
Launching in September 2016, Aftershock played at film festivals across the world. With a number of awards already won, the film has also been shortlisted in the Charity Film Awards 2017.