You are LADY SAPIENS, you were born 38,000 years ago.
You are experiencing the place of women in the clan, but that’s not the end of the story.
No, women were not out picking while men were hunting. The director Camille Duvelleroy imagined a virtual reality experience based on the most recent scientific discoveries, evolving in a sumptuous graphic universe designed by UBISOFT.
LADY SAPIENS, THE EXPERIENCE offers a journey through time in the body of a Sapiens woman.
Plunged into the heart of an ancestral valley, you make the unforgettable encounter of a Palaeolithic huntress. She invites you to follow her and leads you to her clan. In a painted cave, she introduces you to a shaman woman, who familiarises you to cave painting. In the heart of the village, you are invited to a hut where you learn how to carve your own tool, a spear, which will later allow you to take part in a mammoth hunt…
Welcome to the Palaeolithic.
VA Hub - Digital Art Center - Exhibition ``Digital Common Sense`` (Taipei)
Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle (End of 2021 - Paris)
Paléosite de Saint-Césaire (Permanent exhibition since July 2021 – Saintes)
DreamAway immersive rooms (France)
Best Immersive Experience at Sandbox Immersive Festival (2021 - Beijing)
Grand Prix at PiXii Festival at Sunny Side of the Doc (2021 – La Rochelle)
Crystal Owl Awards - Best educative experience at Stereopsia EUROPE (2021 - Brussels)
Official selection at NewImages Festival (2021 - Paris)
Official selection at FIPADOC - Smart Lab SMART LAB (2021 - Biarritz)
The global project LADY SAPIENS is the result of a unique partnership between a producer, Little Big Story, a broadcaster, France Télévisions, and a video game publisher: Ubisoft. For the documentary, the teams filmed inside the game Far Cry Primal. Far Cry TM & © Ubisoft Entertainment. all rights reserved. This game was designed with the advice of scientists and historians, including Jacques Malaterre, co-author of the film. The VR experience is a co-production between Little Big Story, Little Big Story Lab, Ubisoft and France Télévisions using the game’s assets. The Far Cry license is one of the most successful video games, selling more than 38 million units worldwide (Ubisoft data).