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Published on Nov 27, 2018
The Humanitarian Leadership Academy has released a new 360° film, which immerses learners in the conflict-torn city of Marawi in the Philippines.
Directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Lauren Anders Brown, “You Cannot Argue with a Flood” tells the story of Hanan, a young Filipino woman. When Hanan’s home city of Marawi is destroyed by terrorists, she becomes internally displaced, then goes on to suffer the consequences of a major typhoon. In this inspirational story, Hanan eventually finds recovery through volunteering and providing psychosocial support to other internally displaced people in the city.
'You Cannot Argue with a Flood' has been added to the Volunteer Essentials e-learning course on Kaya to help make the learning experience even more engaging and immersive: https://kayaconnect.org/course/info.p...
------------------------------------------------ Directed by Lauren Anders Brown of colLABorate: ideas & images Camera and editing by Grant Davis of QuickSand Design Studio Music Composition by Two Twenty Two An immersive film made with the Humanitarian Leadership Academy and partners EcoWEB.
Through Google Cardboard and YouTube app on mobile android phones, the immersive experience of watching 360 videos is made possible. 1. Have Google Cardboard and then assemble it. 2. Open your YouTube app on your mobile phone. 3. Proceed to the 360Video House Channel and search for “#360Video”. 4. Choose a video you want to play on the channel then start playback. 5. When you tap the Cardboard icon, the screen will split into two screens. 6. Insert your mobile phone into the Cardboard. 7. Look around and view your chosen video in 360 degrees.