Would You Climb Into a Coffin to Watch This Sci-Fi Film About Isolation?

Göteborg Film Festival will let you, but 'space is limited'

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If the viral popularity of Netflix’s creepy interactive Black Mirror film Bandersnatch has shown us anything, it’s that there is plenty of room for cinema to explore more innovative, immersive audience experiences.

The Göteborg Film Festival in Gothenburg, Sweden seems to agree with the need to offer cinephiles something wholly new … though “plenty of room” doesn’t quite describe their newest endeavor. In fact, to say viewers will feel “cramped” would be a major understatement. For this year’s festival, participants will get the chance to view the film Aniara (from Swedish directors Pella Kagerman and Hugo Lilja) in the confines of an actual, custom-made sarcophagus.



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