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The 2018 National LGBT Survey revealed that 68% of Britain’s gay community avoid openly holding hands with a partner in public for fear of a negative reaction from others.

Two Women is a VR experience set on a train, which in a flash of a daydream, explores how barriers in society block the intuitive desire to connect with one another.

https://www.beatfreeks.com/whatson/foa-two-women
Screening...
18th - 21st June, Featival of Audacity 2019, Birmingham
 

Supported by the Arts Council England, DYSPLA have brought together an inovative team of VR experts, including the Award Winning VR Artist, Peter Collis, Award Winning Producer Jessica Driscoll and VR acedemic Dr. Ana-Despina Tudor.



Selected by the BeatFreeks Arts and Science Festival of the University of Birmingham and supported by the Arts Council England, DYSPLA were commisioned by the BeatFreeks Collective to produce this politically motivated VR film for the Festival of Audacity 2019. 

“TWO WOMEN lock eyes on a train and play out imagined scenes of intimacy. Time and space merge into a vivid daydream; away from the hostility of their subway seat while they explore their otherness. But who is the architect of the world they temporarily inhabit and can fantasy ever be as meaningful as the reality of feeling?”

Character A - Melissa Dean 
Character B - Agatha Ezzedine

Written and Directed - Lennie Varvarides
Producer and Creative Director - Kazimir Bielecki
Director of Photography - Peter Collis
Producer - Jessica Driscoll
VR Design Consultant - Dr. Ana-Despina Tudor

DYSPLA are a neurodivergent lead, Tottenham based studio, supported by the Arts Council England. We work internationally in film, immersive theatre, installation & digital art. Incorporated in 2013 to shed light on Dyslexic Narrative and the Neurodivergent Aesthetic, DYSPLA is at the forefront of neurodivergent creativity.





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