And finally, the last part of your title, “Social Media,” implies some model of how media change — and the availability of new technological resources — may be shaping what counts as citizenship and political discourse right now.
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In 2010, a group of forward thinking scholars, activists, media-makers, and citizen journalists gathered at the University of Toronto to participate in a conference which sought to explore the ways that the emergence of new media platforms and...
During a fire-side chat at the J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Telecom Conference, David Wells says the streaming service will experiment with content ownership when it comes to original productions.
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.
How do filmmakers express and evolve their creative vision in a film or through a body of work? At Hot Docs 2014, Margaret Brown, Barbara Kopple and John Zaritsky explore what it takes to create a distinct cinematic voice that speaks through the work itself.
Video editor Jim Casey compiled this fantastic homage to visual effects in this amazing 3 minute montage. The chronological showcase captures defining moments in visual effects history starting from 1878. The progression is fascinating to see and it’s exciting to think what lies ahead.
"Jonathan Harris gives the Closing Keynote for the 2014 TFI Interactive by looking at the disconnect between what we envision technology will do for us, and what it actually ends up doing to our lives."
"Tribeca Film Institute champions storytellers to be catalysts for change in their communities and around the world."
Art of the Real is a new two-week documentary showcase programmed by the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York. Here's a preview of the lineup, an international selection of films that blur the line between fiction and nonfiction and re-assert the documentary as an art form.
Immigrant Nation explores our connections to immigration, past and present, through storytelling.
At the heart of this project is a simple idea: the U.S. is a nation shaped by immigration, and most families have personal story about it. These stories, whether they happened generations ago or quite recently, are not often shared. We want to bring them to the surface - exploring the interconnectedness of these narratives.
Immigrant Nation has three components: - this web site - a series of short documentary films - live events in schools, museums, libraries, film festivals and other public spaces designed to engage diverse communities in sharing their immigrant stories
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