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“Doc on web”: French web-doc

I just discovered a very interesting video that was shot in January 2010 during the Doc on Web conference organized by Scam in France. For those that speak French it is an excellent way to know of what is being produced in France in the world of online interactive documentary… Worth watching… Doc on Web […]

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A new baby for Blast Theory: ‘A Machine To See With’

They have done it again… Blast Theory keeps challenging our use of space and identity by using pervasive technology. This time it is through mobile phones that they involve us into their spacial narrative. ‘A Machine To See With’ is being launched this week in San Jose. There is no YouTube video about it yet… […]

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Arte TV & Florian Thalhofer on a Korsakow about Istanbul

Florian Thalhofer has now a new Korsakow project up and running on German/French television Arte. The project is about the Galata bridge in Istanbul… but for now it is only in German! Have a look to Arte’s website if you are fluent in German… the smooth panoramic interface effect looks great! Ah… and the linear documentary […]

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“Out of my windows” from the Highrise project

When Canadian National Film Board launched its interactive project Highrise it called it ” a multi-year, multi-media, collaborative documentary project about the human experience in global vertical suburbs. We will use the acclaimed interventionist and participatory approaches of the award-winning National Film Board of Canada’s Filmmaker-in-Residence (FIR) project. Our scale will be global, but rooted firmly in the […]

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“The Wilderness Downtown” – experimenting with HTML5

Rock band Arcade Fire, together with Google and artist Chris Milk, have launched an interactive video that uses HTML5 set to the band’s track “We Used to Wait”. This experimental interactive music video is called”The Wilderness Downtown”  and has nothing to do with documentary…. except for the fact that it uses HTML 5 in a […]

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