Ashland Filmmakers Put DAPL Protests Into Virtual Reality
If you don't feel like you've seen all sides of the confrontation over the Dakota Access Pipeline, Shifting POV has a remedy for you.
SPOV is an Ashland-based collective of filmmakers, and its principals have been recording the events at the DAPL protest sites with virtual reality cameras... so a 360 degree view of the events.
Jeris JC Miller and Aaron Moffatt were tear-gassed by police with cameras rolling. But they felt it was important to document the events. Miller, Moffatt, and Caroline Running Wolf and Michael Running Wolf of Shifting POV join us to talk about their experiences... and their plans for their video.