f3 is a film and TM based festival sharply focused on the theme of ‘futures’. It will include a comprehensive line-up of futures-oriented media productions.
This production is a student-led pilot produced by 3rd year students at the University of Queensland’s School of Journalism and Communication.
VR is giving people experience through visual and tactile feelings. 3D website is an idea to tell our vision difficult to express by using usual 2D style website.
This strategic foresight film resource, Creating Preferred Futures with Strategic Foresight, includes an interview with leading futurist Professor Sohail Inayatullah.
This short documentary explores Brisbane’s futures in terms of how to make it a happier place to live as it struggles to reinvent itself as a new global city.
The futures of ageing is a global issue. This micro-Futuring workshop focused on the futures associated with senior livingry including accommodation, universal design, sustainable design, policy and so on.
The futures of regional communities are a matter of worldwide concern. In Australia, given the rapidly changing nature of rural and regional communities, a Futuring program was proposed to explore ‘community development’ scenarios.
This short futures film explores the possibility for the city of Hakodate, home to the FUTURE UNIVERSITY HAKODATE (FUN), in the year 2054.
This is a short experimental futuristic anime film by the late Keisuke TAKAHASHI. Keisuke was a student of f3 Founder-Curator at the Future University Hakodate (FUN) and had great promise as a storyteller and artist.
This interview was taken with Greg Hearn, Professor at Queensland University of Technology’s Creative Industries Faculty, as part of a three-year filming project.
Conducted in July 2013, this half-day micro Futuring workshop was a semi-customized workshop whose aims were to explore the implications of climate change on the tasks.
In this interview filmed at ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany in 2009, Future University Hakodate (FUN) science historian Hiroshi NUMATA talks with Florian Grand.
Ebetsu is a small city which adjoins on to Sapporo City and which is currently trying to re-invent and brand itself as an international Creative Food City (CFC).
As part of the MuFu – the Museum of the Future project – I directed the production of prototypes for a sub-project called FUTURE-ZINE. This was achieved using the simulation-specific software Vizard.
This PR film was made as part of the Masters first year class at Sapporo City University in 2011. It was produced by combining Computer Graphics with scanned historical photographs.