The Dawn of Man

The Dawn of Art

Directed by:

Pierre Zandrowicz





Interactive Experience

The year is 35 000 years BC, this is where we left our first trace. More than 400 paintings were found in this cave, Chauvet Pont d’Arc, (also called La Grotte Chauvet) made by the First humans. Who were they? Why did they choose this place as a sanctuary? What was their relationship with nature? With the spiritual world? The Dawn of Art is a trip to the very heart of our origins, where bears were gods. Where men invented their first creative gesture. Narrated by Daisy Ridley and Cécile de France, “The Dawn of Art” is a Virtual Reality experience including both an immersive film and a virtual visit of the Chauvet cave which contains some of the best-preserved figurative cave paintings in the world.

Director Biography – Pierre Zandrowicz

Pierre is a director/filmmaker whose passion for visual storytelling has pushed him to create a wide range of memorable and awarded works. He was one of the first filmmakers in Europe to try and create a narrative VR fiction. He made the first VR short fiction to be broadcast in France (via Arte 360), I, Philip. Since, he has worked as a creative producer on internationally renowned VR projects such as Alteration, Vestige, and Battlescar. Using these new techniques and through clever use of imagery, Pierre has the ability to create authentic and engaging experiences, giving depth to storytelling. Besides being a founding member of Atlas V and helping filmmakers achieve their creative vision, Pierre also develops his own immersive experiences.

The Dawn of Man