I, PHILIP is the first French fiction created in virtual reality and 3D, which leads us into the universe of the famous Philip K. Dick, arguably one of the most brilliant and twisted science fiction writers of his time. This film offers you to spend 14 minutes in immersion in the head of the android Phil, an android replica of Philip K. Dick.
« In early 2005, David Hanson, an American robotics, is developing its first android human. His name is Phil and it is simply the copy of the famous science fiction author Philip K. Dick. In a few weeks Phil became famous on the Web and in the author’s fan circles. It is presented in several conferences around the world. In late 2005, the head of the android disappeared during a flight America West Airlines between Dallas and Las Vegas. Through the memories of the android and those of the author, the film offers an interpretation of Phil’s life. »
I, PHILIP, immerses you in the memories of what could be the last love affair of the writer. But aren't these memories the fruit of the imagination of an android which learned, little by little, how to become a human?I, PHILIP, immerses you in the memories of what could be the last love affair of the writer. But aren't these memories the fruit of the imagination of an android which learned, little by little, how to become a human?
After a Masters in Communication and Media in Assas and another in PLA at the Sorbonne, Antoine Cayrol created his production company Fatcat Films in 2005. He has since produced four short films and has won numerous awards internationally, dozens of music videos and commercials in the world of luxury and entertainment and three transmedia documentaries (web / TV / cinema / radio). In November 2013, Fatcat Films incorporated the audio-visual group Première Heure and became its digital label. In January 2014, Antoine created a second production company, Okio Studio, specializing in the production of VR content by partnering with Pierre Zandrowicz and Lorenzo Benedetti.
Pierre Zandrowicz is a director/filmmaker whose passion for visual storytelling has pushed him to create a wide range of memorable and awarded works. He has directed music videos, commercials and short films for a wide number of brands, including LVMH, Louis Vuitton, Canal +, Sandro, Maje & Claudie Pierlot, UNESCO and Caudalie, among others. More recently, Pierre worked on several VR films. Using these new techniques and through clever use of imagery, he has the ability of creating authentic and engaging films, giving depth to storytelling. Pierre is one of the first European directors to work in this field, with the new label Okio Studio specialized in VR. He has already directed a short film, “Philip & I”, for ARTE, as well as a commercial for Jean Paul-Gaultier.