This photo documentary with audio commentary spends three years in the lives of heroin addicts residing in a Manhattan apartment building.
Affectionate but unpitying black-and-white images capture the tough existence of people still living in declining rural areas of Iowa.
A heartwarming portrait of the care organizations in Port Augusta, Australia: the Men’s Shed, the Wami Kata home for the elderly, and the Young Fathers group.
This film project seeks to create a new and free way of viewing and analyzing through short grassroots films.
Online remake project of Dziga Vertov’s classic.
An investigation into the causes of the explosive global increase in obesity. According to the World Health Organization, 2.3 billion people will be obese by 2015.
Magnum photographer Patrick Zachmann’s trilogy on the student protests on Tian’anmen Square in 1989, and the impact of this event on the attitudes of an old and a new generation of Chinese.
An interactive recreation of the historic Apollo 11 mission to the Moon.
Pilot project for the National Film Board of Canada’s Filmmaker in Residence program, in which Katerina Cizek was placed “in residence” at the St. Michael Hospital in Toronto.
On the award-winning Graffiti Archaeology website, visitors can visualize the evolution of graffiti art using a custom interface.
The visitor creates his or her own story from the collection of 163 film clips of prominent documentary filmmakers discussing their profession.
Online platform webcasting daily episodes from the mountainous Italian region of Abruzzo, which focuses on its recovery from the huge earthquake it suffered six months ago.
The importance of water and the problems associated with it in the Great Lakes. Examined in 23 distinctly themed sections, using text, image and sound.
A poignant selection of photographs and text form a diary of the last years in the life of photographer Phillip Toledano’s father.
A series of miniature portraits in sound and photographs; each introduces just one of the more than eight million inhabitants of New York City.
An interactive map of Canada presenting stories of the economic crisis that reveal the fighting spirit of employers and employees.
This short Flash film with clear graphic design visualizes the root causes of the American credit crisis.
Social networking site with a twist: rather than looking for friends, users seek out opponents for debate and discussion.
An interactive map of the more than 4,000-mile-long Iron Curtain, illustrating the changes since the Berlin Wall came down.
For a day and a night, 80 camera teams followed the adventures of various residents of the German metropolis.
A selection from 5,000 short interviews with people from all over the world that reveal what connects people to one another.
This multimedia project allows visitors to upload embarrassing adolescent treasures such as diary extracts, poems, and photographs.
This web documentary on the prison industry is a road movie with interactive potential
A road trip where people are randomly found and interviewed
An interactive world map that allows users to see at a glance what Twitter users at any given geographical location are talking about.