Lead Publicist:  National Theatre
Emma Hardy
London, UK
+44 (0)20 7452 3231

The National Film Board of Canada
Jennifer Mair
+1 416 436 0105


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About National Film Board of Canada

The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is one of the world’s leading digital content hubs, creating ground-breaking interactive documentaries and animation, immersive stories, installations and participatory experiences. NFB interactive productions and digital platforms have won 100 awards, including 17 Webbys. To access acclaimed NFB content, visit or download its apps for smartphones, tablets and connected TV.


About The National Theatre

The National Theatre make world-class theatre that is entertaining, challenging and inspiring, and they make it for everyone. In 2016-2017, the NT staged 26 productions and gave 2,585 performances at their home on the South Bank. The NT’s award-winning programme had a UK paying audience of 1.8 million, 400,000 of which were NT Live audiences. The work the National Theatre produces appeals to the widest possible audiences with new plays, musicals, re-imagined classics and new work for young audiences. The NT’s work is seen in the West End, on tour throughout the UK and internationally, and in collaborations and co-productions with partners across the country. Through NT Live, they broadcast some of the best of British theatre to over 2,000 venues in 60 countries around the world. The NT’s extensive Learning programme offers talks, events and workshops for people of all ages, and reaches nationwide through programmes such as Connections, the annual festival of new plays for schools and youth theatres. In 2016-2017 there were 196,826 participations through the NT Learning events programme. Over 3,000 schools have signed up to the free streaming service, On Demand. In Schools, since its launch in September 2015.


About the National Theatre’s Immersive Storytelling Studio

The Immersive Storytelling Studio examines how Virtual Reality (VR), 360° film, augmented reality and other emerging technologies can widen and enhance the NT’s remit to be a pioneer of dramatic storytelling and to enable an audience to stand in the shoes of another. The work is divided into two broad strands of activity: Homegrown, a series of projects originated entirely within the National Theatre and Partnerships, formal partnerships with creative, technical and commercial collaborators. Accenture is the National Theatre’s ‘Partner for Innovation’ and supporter of the Immersive Storytelling Studio. They are providing both financial and in-kind support to enable digital innovation and will use their digital strategy and delivery expertise to help the Studio create unique, immersive theatrical experiences. For more information about Accenture’s support please visit


About All Seeing Eye

All Seeing Eye is a creative studio that combines technology and art to create immersive experiences and tell amazing stories in collaboration with other artists and organisations from backgrounds such as Film, Theatre and Opera. Comprising of a multidisciplinary team of programmers, designers and producers their work stretches from stage to screen, incorporating 360º film, virtual reality, projection mapping and motion capture, and everything inbetween. As established artists and directors, their work has been selected for and shown at Sundance New Frontier, Cannes Film Festival, Sheffield Doc Fest, CIFF, Sónar and Sydney Film Festival amongst others.