OnePlus put out a new documentary, United by Hope. It was filmed on OnePlus including the use of the OnePlus 8 Series 5 G flagship and produced by the VICE Media.

OnePlus also witnessed its global community coming to terms with the lockdown and its universal effects in the wake of the pandemic which coerced the world into a new normal. This led the company to pursue a new project that captured the true experiences of 12 people from various walks of life. Connected with the collective emphasis of OnePlus, the documentary is an ode to the OnePlus culture that brings life, relatable thoughts, and emotions one experienced by capturing these individuals ‘ lives during the new normal.

The documentary has cast prominent personalities like Kubbra Sait, Dinesh Karthik, Bhaichung Bhutia and Richa Chadha.

The documentary United by Hope is also shot on OnePlus which included devices from OnePlus 6 T onwards, and also included the recently released OnePlus 8 Series 5G. The documentary shows the ease of use of the OnePlus camera and the quality performance obtained without any external hardware being used in the process.

Siddhant Narayan, Head of Marketing at OnePlus India told the new documentary release: “When we started the United by Hope project at OnePlus, we decided to pick up on the shift in people’s lives from the pandemic that is possibly the greatest pause humanity has ever seen. , As we continued documenting, our imaginative effort continued to demonstrate how in these difficult times the true power of a united community prevails.

“As a brand committed to their culture, our movie aims to demonstrate how group support and optimism will help you face every obstacle in life, while never settling in despair. It also captures how the new normal people have been profoundly mirrored and channelled into their passion or inner calling and also into reconnection with their loved ones.

“In addition, our very own OnePlus devices have served as ‘enablers’ for these individuals to document their journey seamlessly while turning a diverse cast into filmmakers. We hope our community enjoys watching this new documentary and gains insights which serve them valuably as well.”

Cauvery Rajagopalan, Creative Director, VICE Media shared, “As the country and the world goes through one of the largest shared experiences since World War 2, we wanted to capture and authentically tell the human story behind the pandemic. The pause in our lives has opened up a unique window in everyone’s lives to look inwards. The understanding of the collective human spirit will allow us to build a better understanding of our lives and create a stronger future together.”

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