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Chapter 7 is now online!

For those of you that have been following this long long writing process of mine, here is my last PhD chapter: chapter 7 is totally dedicated to participatory documentaries, and it takes Global Lives as a main cases study. Feel free to download it from here and to comment on it. But please remember that, […]

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The Waiting Room

This entry has been suggested and written by Hugo Soskin Description: The Waiting Room is a unique blend of locative media, social media and traditional documentary film that reveals a community disconnected from technology, the conversation about health care reform and equal access to care. It allows people passing through the waiting rooms of California’s […]

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The Global Lives Project

Have a look to this project: how would you represent the different lives that exist on our planet? Artist David Evan Harris decided to shoot 24 hours in the life of 10 people that are meant to represent us all… the project is both a collaborative website and an art installation (currently showing at the […]

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GDP: measuring the human side of the Canadian economic crisis

Description: GDP is an attempt to react to the global economic crisis that has hit everybody in the last two years. The National Film Board of Canada has a long tradition of social documentary but this time it has launched a very ambitious project: the country’s first bilingual web documentary, a pan-Canadian project that bears […]

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What have you left behind?

This project was proposed to the archive by Mariana Mota Description: What have you left behind? is a web documentary that allows the user to browse through 130 testimonials of people of all countries around the theme of loss, changes in life, moving to a new country and discovering new cultures. As Mariana Mota explained […]

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