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Destination of the Year: Portugal
Welcome to Óbidos, Portugal. There’s plenty to see. Wander the winding stone streets of the grand walled city and take the romance of the magnificent Castle of Óbidos. The charming town has a rich history dating all the way back to the Middle Ages. Óbidos is perfect for a day trip from Lisbon, but why wait? Enter the city and walk through its main gates now.
360° Trailer Save Your Breath: Dunkirk VR
Save Every Breath: The Dunkirk VR Experience will propel viewers into the action on land, sea and air. The pulse-pounding 360-degree short film immerses the viewer in the world of Christopher Nolan’s epic action thriller Dunkirk. Through three tightly woven sequences, the virtual reality experience offers a tantalizing taste of the much-anticipated film, in which 400,000 Allied soldiers are trapped on the beach of Dunkirk, France, with their backs to the sea as the enemy closes in. Dunkirk opens in theatres and IMAX on July 21, 2017.
Defying the Nazis VR
A companion piece to the film by Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky, premiering Sept. 20th on PBS Imagine, as a child, leaving everything you know behind—your family, your home, even your native language. In this virtual reality companion piece to Ken Burns’s and Artemis Joukowsky's documentary “Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War” premiering Sept. 20 on PBS, you'll do more than imagine—you'll flee Nazi France and step inside a boat traveling from Portugal to the United States, to see what it might have been like to travel alongside other young refugees seeking freedom in America. The saviors responsible for this daring rescue mission: Waitstill and Martha Sharp, a Unitarian minister and his wife who left their own children behind with their Wellesley, Mass., parish for two years while they risked their lives saving hundreds of refugees seeking asylum from the Nazi occupation across Europe. This powerful full CG VR experience includes an opening letter from Martha read by actress Maria Bello, along with narrat
Sports Illustrated for Kids: Sports Kids of the Year 2016
To speak with Tai, Rainn and Brooke is to understand optimism and dedication. To watch them compete is to witness grace and determination. For these reasons, and for their accomplishments on the track, the Sheppard sisters are the SportsKids of the Year. Life hasn’t been easy for the Sheppard sisters. Their mother Handy works hard to support the family, but they have lived in a two-bedroom unit in a homeless shelter since last September.
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