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HOME | Aamir is the first of a series of 360 films exploring the meaning of home through the stories of refugees in the Calais Jungle. This first film follows Aamir, a 22-year-old man escaping the threat of murder in Sudan.

The film received its world premiere at Sheffield Doc/Fest in June and is the first work to be produced as part of the National's new Immersive Storytelling Studio.

Toby Coffey
Toby Coffey is Head of Digital Development for the National Theatre in London. His team is responsible for the creative and technical development of the digital interfaces between the NT and its audiences. He focuses on developing forms of digital engagement and interaction around the NT and its repertoire of productions. Toby is currently leading the NT's Immersive Storytelling initiatives looking at the application of 360 films, VR and installations in compelling methods of storytelling.

Relevant areas include 360 films, virtual reality, augmented reality, installations, telepresence, digital publishing, online, UX, app development, device-based engagement, digital art direction, social media, transmedia, and documentary production.

Toby has over 15 years expertise in the digital arena from creative, technical, production, and social perspectives.