the interactive documentary portrays the values and culture of the local motorcycle builder community in portland, oregon.
'the build film' interactive documentary by instrument agency
instrument, an independent digital creative agency based in portland, oregon has launched an interactive documentary titled 'the build.' the film portrays the values and culture of the local motorcycle builder community in portland, told through the personal stories of three bike builders. shot during the fall and winter of 2012, the movie captures the cyclist enthusiasts in iconic oregon locations including the gorge, mt. hood and downtown portland, as well as their own workshops. blending design and technology in groundbreaking ways, the project pairs traditional filmmaking with new school interactive experiences that push the envelope of current browser technologies like webgl and html5 video. 'the build' combines the efforts of instrument’s resident filmmaker, truen pence, creative director, martin linde, and many dedicated members of the team.
UWE Bristol and BBC Factual, the BBC’s award-winning documentary and factual programme unit, have partnered to create a new MA Documentary and Features course which includes an interactive documentary module taught by the i-Docs team!
The Defector is a first person interactive documentary where the viewer attempts escape from North Korea. Users progress through a linear story created from interviews and testimonials from real defectors.
Submarine is an Amsterdam based production company. We specialize in feature films, documentaries, games and animation.
Unspeak Based on British journalist Steven Poole’s intriguing book of the same name, Unspeak is an interactive web documentary that reveals the unspoken messages and obscured meanings behind familiar media terms. War on terror; weapons of mass destruction; climate change; asylum-seekers; file-sharing; erectile dysfunction once we tune in to Unspeak, we start seeing and hearing it everywhere. Through a radical collage of archive footage, quotes from politicians and media figures, compelling typographic animations, and Steven Poole’s own enlightening analyses, Unspeak visualizes how language is manipulated to suit political agendas, smuggling persuasion into description.
This year, if you held your ear to the Oscar keyhole and listened hard enough, you might have discerned a slight disquiet. "Very strong category," people were saying about the nominees for Best Documentary Feature.
Attention is scarce. We all have oh so much to do. And for many of us it’s so hard to manage our time and stay focused with an increasing number of channels and messages. It’s not about getting attention anymore, it’s about deserving attention. For brands it’s harder to get through and ‘gain attention’. Why is that?
Carl Gustav Jung once said the reason for evil in the world is that people are not able to tell their stories. We don’t always understand the stories we are ourselves. And people’s stories are often not heard. To deserve attention we must pay attention. To get our stories and content shared and acted upon, we must understand the stories of the people forming the communities we want to live and thrive in first.
WebDox 2013 focuses on the state of the art of the interactive webdocumentaries and on its technical aspects. Following the conference, iDROPS organizes a..
Everything will be online.” Create interactive and engaging webdocumentaries at Webdox 2013: iDROPS Doc Jam, Dox & Tech LAB and Doc Hothouse.
How does user behaviour change once tablets are involved? How can data be collected and retrieved in a creative way? Which software do you use to make an interactive webdocumentary? What are good open source platforms?
Documentaries and digital technologies have never been closer to each other than today. Online tools can offer creative ways to tell your story and interact with your audience, collect and unlock data.
WebDox 2013 focuses on the state of the art of the interactive webdocumentaries and on its technical aspects. WebDox brings the world of documentaries closer to the digital world, creates a notion about how to sharpen a story, reach a public and engage it. Webdox kicks off with an interesting conference on May 6th in Leuven (more informationWebDox2013.wordpress.com).
"Paul Shoebridge and Michael Simons are the dynamic creative duo known in the back alleys and coffee shops of Vancouver as “The Goggles.” They are the creators behind the NFBs wonderful interactive documentary about a vanished Canadian town, Welcome to Pine Point, and were brought in by the NFB and Hyperlocal co-creator Sean Embury to lend their design expertise to two of the project’s interactive pieces."
"Interactive design borrows a little bit from all kinds of other disciplines: designers integrate music, visuals, text and narration, and create various ways in which users can explore or interact with the work. A project’s interactive elements often underscore or mirror its themes. The adaptation of Will Ferguson’s piece is a perfect example of this."
In the last two weeks I asked for permission from the Metalab to move to New York for three days. Apart from the mandatory visit to the “city of cities”, I visited the Uniondocs documentary center and interviewed its director, Christopher Allen 1. UnionDocs (UnDo) is a Center for Documentary Art that generates and shares big ideas. It brings together a diverse community of experimental media-makers, dedicated journalists, critical thinkers, and local partners in a search for urgent expressions of the human experience, practical perspectives on the world today, and compelling visions for the future....
In the sixth part of Filmmaker‘s interview project with prominent figures from the world of transmedia, conducted through the MIT Open Documentary Lab,
In the sixth part of Filmmaker‘s interview project with prominent figures from the world of transmedia, conducted through the MIT Open Documentary Lab, Brett Gaylor, Senior Director of Mozilla’s Webmaker initiative (including Mozilla PopcornMaker and Popcorn.js) answers our questions. Gaylor has previously been a member of the EyeSteelFilm documentary production company, the founder of Open Source Cinema and the web producer of Homeless Nation.
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