Le Lac is an immersive VR documentary set in the oasis of the Sahel, Lake Chad. This film is a meditation on the changes that nature is undergoing, with ninety percent of the lake’s water depleted. Depended on by millions, Lake Chad has shrunk to a tenth of her former self. This documentary brings attention to how shifts in nature caused by climate change can lead to political upheaval such as the insurgence of Boko Haram in the central African region. In a journey through change and rupture, as told by the poetic voice of the lake herself, participants explore the lives of Mahamat, a once-wealthy pastoralist, and Nassuri, a fisherman-turned-refugee, as the lake herself hopes for their survival amidst her scattered ponds.