«Reeducated» takes viewers inside one of Xinjiang’s «reeducation» camps, guided by the recollections of three men who were imprisoned together at the same facility. Using over a dozen hours of first hand testimony, brush and ink animation and ambisonic sound, the VR film reconstructs the experience of detention and political reeducation. As many as a million people were held in a vast network of «reeducation centers». It is likely the largest mass-internment drive of ethnic and religious minorities since the Second World War. The film was supported by Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Eyebeam and The Online News Association. The film was the winner of a 2022 Peabody and Emmy for Outstanding Interactive Media.