GEIMU is an award winning live-action VR180 film that takes place in a medieval Japan video game world.
Written, Directed, Edited and Produced by:
Dorian Goto Stone
Screenings and Awards:
Philip K. Dick Science Fiction and Supernatural Film Festival 2021, NYC, Winner VR Category
4K・VR Tokushima Film Festival 2020, Winner, VR Category
Vancouver International Film Festival 2020, Immersed Exhibition, Finalist, Cinematic VR Category
Japan Indies Film Festival 2020 by Raindance Org, Official Selection
Five Flavours Asian Film Festival 2020, Official Selection
GEIMU was made possible by the VRScout and Google VR180 Lab.
Over 50 local cast and crew were involved in the production which took place in Japan.
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UKIOYE SHORT DOCUMENTARY
A glimpse inside the centuries old world of the craftsmen who make ukioye (traditional wood block prints) in Japan. Due to a shortage of craftsmen its future is uncertain.
Directed, Filmed and Edited by Dorian Goto Stone
Special Thanks to Ukiyo-e Project
(This photo of Kouken Sugiura is not from the film. It is for illustrative purposes only.)
An epic cinematic poem featuring Kouken Sugiura a yabusame (samurai horseback archery) practitioner and his horse Kurokumo in various scenic Japanese locations.
Director/Editor Dorian Goto Stone
Director of Photography Andrew Goldie
Story Kouken Sugiura
Starring Kouken Sugiura and Kurokumo
[in post production]
JAPANESE PERIOD PIECE
A fantasy/action/drama period piece taking place in early 17th century Japan.
Written and Directed by Dorian Goto Stone
Executive Producer Waki Tahei