Do you have a great idea for an interactive webdocumentary? Are you looking for the expertise to develop your project to a successful webdoc? Do you wonder how you can put your project on the market? Are you looking for funding?
A quick catch up at the close of the summer from Open Doc Lab RA Julie Fischer. Last week, Comparative Media Studies – the departmental home of the Open Doc Lab here at MIT – gaveled in a new year with graduate student orientation.
Produced by Op-Docs, the New York Times editorial department's forum for short, opinionated documentaries, and the National Film Board of Canada, the project is an interactive documentary that explores the global history ...
Why are audiences increasingly choosing fact over fiction? Perhaps the current dearth of realism (endless comic-book sequels and apocalyptic action movies) is forcing more discerning viewers to choose authentic storytelling over spectacular visuals and far-fetched plots. Documentaries such as “Blackfish” may also fill a gap in investigative journalism, as fewer newspapers and broadcasters invest in long-term projects.
Participating schools from the Brooklyn Educators Meeting included Cobble Hill School For American Studies, Sunset Park, New Utrecht, Brooklyn Tech, Brooklyn Frontiers, and East Brooklyn Community High School.
Coming soon: Fort McMoney, a documentary game by David Dufresne. Take control of Fort McMurray, Canada, the world’s third largest oil reserve, and make your worldview triumph. A Toxa/NFB production with ARTE and CMF/FMC’s support.
British Journal of Photography Alma wins Web-Documentary award at Visa pour l'Image British Journal of Photography Alma, a Tale of Violence, is a web-documentary co-produced by Upian, Arte and Agence Vu, presenting "a raw and poignant testimony...