In Someone Else's Shoes: Peter

Step into another life

They say to understand someone you must walk a mile in
their shoes.

In Someone Else's Shoes allows the viewer to do just that,
making films that transport our audience into the heart of
another person’s life. Through the magic of VR, you will
stand in someone else's shoes and be given access to a
normal day in the life of someone extraordinary.

In Someone Else's Shoes is brought to you by acclaimed
theatre, film and VR director Hannah Price in association
with specialist 'stage to screen' production company, Moya
Productions.

We invite you to walk #insomeoneelsesshoes

This film follows Peter Mitchell, journalist, author and recent rough sleeper on London's streets. It explores his relationship to his computer: it is central to his life, his administrative and organisational world. It is also vital to his emotional wellbeing.

  • Hannah Price
    Director
  • In Someone Else's Shoes
    Producer
  • Peter Mitchell
    Key Cast
  • Fraser Milroy
    Sound Designer
  • Andrew Marsh
    DoP
  • Alexandra Da Silva
    Production Co-ordinator
  • Moya Productions
    Associate Producers
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Experimental, Short, Virtual Reality
  • Genres:
    Reality, 360 video, VR, documentary
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 6 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 6, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    2,000 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital
  • Aspect Ratio:
    360
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
  • In Someone Else's Shoes, Barbican
    London, United Kingdom
    June 7, 2019
Director Biography - Hannah Price

HANNAH PRICE (DIRECTOR)
Hannah is a director working across theatre, film, and video games. She is Co-Artistic Director and Founder of Theatre Uncut: the winner of two Fringe First awards, a Heralds Angel award and the Spirit of the Fringe Award. Writers for Theatre Uncut include Mark Ravenhill, David Greig, Jack Thorne, Lucy Kirkwood, Dennis Kelly, Laura Lomas, Anders Lustgarten, Clara Brennan, Stef Smith, Inua Ellams, Viv Franzmann, Neil LaBute, Caryl Churchill and more. She is currently working in Helsinki on the new video game for Remedy Games, Control, as Performance Director, directing all performance capture, motion capture, voice over and live action.
She was Resident Assistant Director at the Donmar Warehouse in 2012-2013.

Theatre includes: End of the Pier (Park Theatre) (nominated for two Off West End Awards and starring Les Dennis, Nitin Ganatra, Blake Harrison and Tala Gouveia), Down and Out Live (Stone Nest, London, La Generale, Paris) (Hannah adapted the book, and readers included Simon Callow, Jack Munroe, Peter Hitchens and more, for the Orwell Foundation), Again (Trafalgar Studios) (starring Natasha Little, Chris Larkin, Rosie Day and Charlie Reston), Permanence (Tarragon Theatre, Toronto), Escape the Scaffold (Theatre 503 & The Other Room Theatre), Run the Beast Down (Marlowe Theatre/Finborough Theatre), 1984 Live (Senate House) (adapted by Hannah for the Orwell Foundation, readers included Dame Harriet Walter, Orwell’s grandson, Bonnie Greer and more), Rainbow Class (Bush Theatre/ Assembly Rooms), TEST (Scala Theatre, Basel), The Dead Monkey (Park Theatre), Boa (Trafalgar Studios) (starring Dame Harriet Walter), Cello/Fragile (Yard Theatre), Call to Prayer (Southwark Playhouse), Bud Take the Wheel, I Feel a Song Coming On (Shaw Theatre and Edinburgh Festival), That Moment (King‘s Head Theatre and National Tour), In a Very Real Sense (Soho Theatre), Portmanteau (Arcola Theatre and BikeShed Theatre, Exeter), Loving Ophelia (Pleasance London).

For Theatre Uncut, Hannah has directed Refugee (Teater Grob, Copenhagen), In Opposition (Paines Plough Roundabout), Knowledge is Power: Knowledge is Change (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, and National Tour), Referendum Plays (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh), TU Istanbul: Power and Protest (Dot Tiyatro, Istanbul International Theatre Festival and Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh), TU 2013: The Rise of the Right (The Young Vic) and The Cuts Plays (Southwark Playhouse, Soho Theatre, Latitude Festival and Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh).

Associate/ Assistant Director work: Good Canary (Rose Theatre Kingston) (associate to John Malkovich), The Machine (Manchester International Festival & Park Avenue Armory, New York) (associate to Josie Rourke), Trelawny of the Wells (assistant to Jo Wright) Julius Caesar (Donmar Warehouse & St Anne’s Warehouse New York) (assistant to Phyllida Lloyd), Berenice, Philadelphia, Here I Come!, The Physicists, Making Noise Quietly, The Recruiting Officer (Donmar Warehouse), Ghost Story (Sky Arts Playhouse).
Television work: as Producer or Production manager: commercials for HEAD, Honda, Pizza Express, Tate Modern, Tesco, Mini, Sport Relief, Worcester Bosch, Emirates Airlines, Barclays.
Editorial Assistant on Hanrahan (Channel 5), several short films including ‘Capital’, selected for the Bechdel Film Festival.

Game Directing: As Performance Director, Forza Horizon 4 (Playground Games) (5 star reviewed), LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game (TT Games), AAA Title (Ubisoft Toronto), Steep (Ubisoft), Warface (my.com) The Division (additional direction- Ubi Massive), Dreadnought (Yager Development), Professor Layton- Layton’s Mystery Journey, The Witcher (additional directing), various trailers for Side UK. Upcoming projects include three AAA games as yet unannounced, including PerCap and MoCap projects. She is currently Performance Director on ‘Control’, the upcoming title by Remedy Entertainment, directing PerCap, MoCap, live action and voice over.

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Director Statement

In Someone Else's Shoes allows an audience to walk in the shoes of their subject. We aim to show an ordinary day in the life of someone extraordinary, using the unique technology of 360 video to immerse our watchers directly in the life of our subject. Peter is an extraordinary man, a man who is struggling to get back to the life he once had. In this film we see him on an ordinary day, traversing London's streets as he tries to maintain his dignity, creativity and emotional wellbeing against all the odds.