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Titre Bruegel

A VR game directed by Gordon and Andrés Jarach
based on Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s painting “Children’s Games”

Why have 218 children taken over a medieval town? A mischievous experience in Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s intriguing painting Children’s Games.

In 1560, Bruegel the Elder produced this puzzling painting of 218 children who have literally taken over a medieval town. They are playing peculiar games, there are no adults in sight and one of the children is taunting you to step in and play hide-and-seek.

That’s when the painting becomes your playground. Can you find the 218 imps before time runs out?

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Virtual Reality Experiences
Real-time 3D
Length: 10 to 15’
Location based experiences in museum, VR cinemas and all platforms
All public
Conception, scenario and game design: Gordon & Andrés Jarach
Art direction: Gordon
Original soundtrack: Étienne Charry
Executive producer: Chloé Jarry
Production manager: Alessandra Bogi
3d artist: Timothée Marnat, Novelab
Post-production 360°: Maxime Villemard, Cow Prod
Coproducers: Camera lucida productions, Arte France
With the support of CNC – Fonds Nouveaux Médias, Fonds Transmédia de la Ville de Paris
Distribution Lucid Realities

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Jeonnam Museum of art (South Korea / 2020-2021)


Official selection at VR Arles Festival (2019)
Official selection at Animation Film Festival in Singapore (2019)
Official selection at Festival National du Film d’Animation de Rennes (2019)
Out of competition at Cannes XR (2019)