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Viewers will be able to give their views on who should receive treatment in a four-part series followed by a live debate. By Tara Conlan
We see a lot but forget to listen. Share untold stories that matter. Spread the voices of Afghan men, women and children
I HEAR YOU offers a platform for their stories collected during the tour of the Truth Booth in Afghanistan, part of the In Search of the Truth project created by Cause Collective. Via Mary Mitchell
Mobile Truth Booth studio, project created by Cause Collective:
Artists and Designers in a project of "Citizen Journalism"
Toxic chemicals can affect our kids' health.
Good story told on this infographic. For those leaders who know that nothing beats telling a good story :)
Another interesting infographic
An online game about the risks and costs of offshore drilling, an iPad experience about loneliness and connection in the virtual world, an installatio...
Open Documentary Lab puts MIT in the vanguard of new media storytelling MIT News Internet, cellphone cameras, big data, interactive games, and other technologies have created an explosion of new storytelling methods that is transforming the media...
Web documentaries provide a new flexibility in storytelling making use of a range of multimedia assets such as photos, text, audio, animation and graphics. David Reid looks at how they can offer an interactive journey the viewer can control and offers some tips on how you might go about making your own.
Collaborative Cities - An interactive documentary featuring inspiring entrepreneurs and communities in a new economy. http://t.co/fTzGbIIrQd
Guest post from Kate Nash, one of our keynote speakers at i-Docs 2014. How can we begin to conceptualise the way in which documentary is being re-thought in light of contemporary media cultures and technologies?
Melissa: You’ve described yourself as a compulsive collaborator. I see that. Tell me more… Marisa: Well, creating a tool for a specific constituency demands working with them closely to ensure it meets their needs.
“The interface is content” says Alexandre Brachet from Upian. What does this mean? The interface is no just a way to navigate through content, it is a way to place the user within a story space, and by doing so it gives roles, it explains the possibilities, it generates feelings in the users… and it […]
Question 6: The interface: what is its role in an i-doc?
Check out this new episode of the UX Series ...because "now things are starting to get beatiful" (Bjarke Myrthu)
November 8th 2013 will be the 125th anniversary of the murder of Mary Jane Kelly by an unknown assailant known as 'Jack the Ripper'. This project uses original photography and 3D game elements to experiment with making a 'playable documentary'.
Avatar Secrets is a groundbreaking interactive documentary for the iPad. Written, directed and produced by Ramona Pringle. Launches Spring 2014.
The Most Northern Place is a simple but powerful web documentary about a small town in Northern Greenland.
It tells of a clash of cultures and a conflict of territory set during the run-up to the Cold War, and the forced relocation of the Inuit population native to the town of Thule by the U.S. Army, circa 1953.
The haunting soundtrack, stunning imagery and elegantly simple user experience is quite powerful.
I love the way this is put together. I'm trying to emulate this style for personal doc project I've been working on the last few years.
COME/IN/DOC – A new way to understand interactive documentaries There’s a growing need to understand a new formula to produce documentaries, the interactive documentaries, or webdocs. Here I introduce a new tool that can be helpful for you.
In the Brazilian state of Pará, an army of 25,000 workers is building the world’s third largest hydroelectric plant, a controversial construction Project –because of the dam’s low efficiency, its environmental impact and its effects on the Indians, riverbank-dwellers and the inhabitants of Altamira. Folha’s reporters spent three weeks in the region to put together the most comprehensive coverage –with 24 videos, 55 pictures, and 18 infographics– of the country’s largest infrastructural investment
Plata en la categoría Reportajes de los premios Malofiej 2014
Congotales is a new project of storytelling by Giampaolo Musumeci.
From the author: "I've been travelling to Congo for many years, trying to understand its richness and complexity. A lot of stories have to be told and shown, captured by images, sounds and data. Congo needs attention, support, visibility. That's what Congotales is for. You've already met Masika and the miners from Rubaya. But more tales are coming". Scrolling
@opendoclab Madrid (8 + 9 May) = How you can produce a Webdoc? Experiences on the interactive documentary http://t.co/0HfL1kColW
"This week we released the first ever interactive web documentary for global news network Al Jazeera with the heart-rending series Indian Hospital Revisited."
(...) a few principles to present the story elements into a unified whole:
1. Bend The Tech Toward Story
2. Unify Media Fragments
3. Design For Emotion Not Just Information
4. Think Eco-Systems
5. Keep An Eye On The Numbers
Great insight from Storygami, the makers of this work
#3. Design For Emotion Not Just Information
Spain Honors International Journalists in Madrid Hispanically Speaking News. Fernando Guillermo Irigaray's interactive documentary about the growth of drug trafficking in the Argentine city of Rosario was selected for the Digital Journalism award.
Guest post from Laura Aguiar, Cahal McLaughlin and Jamie McRoberts Queen’s University Belfast The Prisons Memory Archive (PMA) is an ongoing research project and its aim is to offer possibilities of engaging with the story of the ‘other’ in a...
Spain recognizes LatAm, U.S. and Spanish journalists GlobalPost Fernando Guillermo Irigaray's interactive documentary about the growth of drug trafficking in the Argentine city of Rosario was selected for the Digital Journalism award.
DC Interactive Documentary Summit (What's going on DC? DC Interactive Documentary Summit http://t.co/JnOghNF2tv)