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Climate Change in Fiji in VR: 'Our Home, Our People'




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Published on Nov 5, 2017

‘Vei lomani’ is a Fijian expression meaning ‘love in action’, and it is a value at the heart of Fijian life. And it is in the spirit of ‘vei lomani’ that Fijians are coming together to respond to the impacts of climate change. Experience the story of Catalina, Rai, Asmita and Rupeni in 360° VR, and explore more at www.ourhomeourpeople.com. ‘Our Home, Our People’ is best viewed with a VR headset and headphones.


Sincere thanks to the team, staff and volunteers who dedicated their time making ‘Our Home, Our People’.

Executive Producer - Tom Perry
Assistant Producer - Kara Mouyis
Director - Tash Tan
1st Assistant Director - Alana Holmberg
Sound, Camera and Post-Production Technician - Tunpitcha Ladapornvitaya
Director of Photography - Joshua Flavell
Cultural Production Advisors & Translators - Arieta Tora Rika, Ken Cokanasiga, George Nacewa
Field Producer - Eka L Vakacegu Yabaki

With special thanks to Raivolita Tabusara and family, Asmita Kamal and family, Bayly Memorial School including Jotish Jadish and Mr Kumar, Rupeni Vatugata and Losena Cagi, and the entire Vunisavisavi community, in particular Catalina, Meredani, Maria, Kilimo, Pauline, Iowani, Melania, Mareta, Tale, Kostino, Meresiana.


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