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The Last Moments

Trailer for The Last Moments, a short VR film about assisted suicide

The Last Moments is an interactive docudrama VR film that allows the viewer to experience an assisted suicide for themselves and either end their life or carry on living.

 Shot at Bristol Museum’s 2016 exhibition:  ‘Death: the human experience’  in a replica of the room at they have at the Swiss Clinic at Dignitas Switzerland, the choice the viewer makes directly impacts the outcome of the film and also allows for choices to be polled to help spark debate on this sensitive issue.

Shot at Bristol Museum’s 2016 exhibition: ‘Death: the human experience’ in a replica of the room at they have at the Swiss Clinic at Dignitas Switzerland, the choice the viewer makes directly impacts the outcome of the film and also allows for choices to be polled to help spark debate on this sensitive issue.


 Avril’s debut interactive 360 VR film was presented at  New York’s Metropolitan Museum at their ‘In Our Time Symposium’:     “The most exciting and critical spatial projects of 2017” The Metropolitan Museum, New York

Avril’s debut interactive 360 VR film was presented at New York’s Metropolitan Museum at their ‘In Our Time Symposium’:
“The most exciting and critical spatial projects of 2017” The Metropolitan Museum, New York

It was also presented at THE WIRED LIVE, London, 2017 and went on to be nominated for ‘Best Director Award’ and ‘Most Immersive Award’ at Underwire and Encounters festival 2017 respectively.


   “It’s success raises deep and difficult questions about ethics. Let’s hope everyone understands them as well as Furness.”      Rowland Manthorpe, Editor    WIRED

“It’s success raises deep and difficult questions about ethics. Let’s hope everyone understands them as well as Furness.”


Rowland Manthorpe, Editor WIRED

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    “It’s that feeling and empathy that comes into play, they make that human to human connection through emotion.”      Serena Chowdry, Reuters


“It’s that feeling and empathy that comes into play, they make that human to human connection through emotion.”

Serena Chowdry, Reuters


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