A thought-provoking and laughter-inducing dance on the grave of our inevitable demise, performed live by Radiolab in Seatle.
Game development, creativity without compromise, sleepless nights, ninjas, coffee hallucinations, bugs, confessions and the relentless pursuit of making the most innovative computer game in just one weekend: in the interactive documentary ”48 Hour Games” the viewer engages with the world of game-jamming.
This multimedia slow journalism project tells the shadow narrative to the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi, which is surrounded by conflict zones. It brings together long reads, photo series and TV reports.
This collaboration between Vincent Morisset and art rockers Arcade Fire is a fascinating experiment with interactivity, in which you the viewer get to build your own video installation at home.
In this web documentary, nine women working in the lesbian porn industry reveal all – their bodies and their innermost thoughts. Or do they?
A crowdsourcing project on the propagandistic “Taman Mini” amusement park, in which the films made by visitors lead to a dialogue about Indonesian history.
An interactive version of a subdued video about the lives of war veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.
In this web documentary based on found footage, journalist Steven Poole explains at breakneck speed how the public debate is being corrupted with “unspeak.”
This animated infographic shows that clandestine drone attacks carried out in Pakistan by the American military claim almost exclusively innocent victims.
This multimedia collage is a morale booster for the residents of McDowell County, who keep hope alive in their shrinking region.
This surprising combination of video game and book maps out the multifaceted history of typography.
This latest episode in a multi-annual documentary project highlights the history of the vertical living, from the Tower of Babel to the skyscrapers in New York.
A groundbreaking fusion of documentary and video game in which visitors play the detective, unraveling the interests that lurk behind the Canadian oil industry
The artist Paolo Cirio prints life-sized pictures of people found on Google’s Street View, and posts them at the exact spot where they were taken.
This website compresses 1.2 billion Facebook profile photos into a full-screen mosaic, and a remarkable world atlas
This interactive photo book tells the story of Antonio “Pit” Allard, who retreats for the very last time into the Canadian wilderness to hunt.
This shocking web documentary captures the recent wave of suicides in France, which is on the verge of a collective burnout.
Fifty years after Alleman, theater director Bert Hana leads us through the streets of the Netherlands, digitally captured through Google Street View.
Presenting itself as a high-end real estate agency’s website, this labyrinthine web-documentary uses expropriated houses to uncover Palestinian stories of displacement from West Jerusalem.
Firestorm is an immersive, media-rich experience about a small Tasmanian town that was devastated by a catastrophic bushfire on January 4, 2013.
The Brussels Business drives you to the European bubble amongst lobbyists and MEPs.
Navigate the Cuban Missile Crisis in full detail, including a thought provoking fictional “What if?” scenario.
Gare du nord is the biggest of Europe.500.000 persons cross it every day, coming from Paris, Lille, London, Amsterdam.
Animated interactive web documentary based on phonecalls made by the director with children locked inside immigration detention centres around the world. Invisible Picture Show from tim travers hawkins on Vimeo.
This is an interactive storytelling web site, based in the post industrial town of Dayton Ohio
MONEYOCRACY analyses the major impact of the 2010 Citizens United vs. F.E.C ruling on the U.S democracy.
Love him or hate him.
It is visible in the news, on the radio, in the newspapers: Greece has no money and is deeply caught in the crisis.
A meta-documentary that reflects on the interactive documentary.
A transmedia adventure in the heart of gothic cathedrals.
A delicious live screening of digital masterpieces by Jonathan Harris – including We Feel Fine and I Love Your Work – served with small culinary creations designed by chef Gilbert Kolff (Food Film Festival) and introduced by Hans Maarten van den Brink (Mediafonds). Part of Interactive Reality organized with Brakke Grond.
Where will it be in 5 years?
Festive opening of the Interactive Reality program and exhibtion, initiated by IDFA DocLab and De Brakke Grond, as well as the Paradocs installation by Barbara Visser.
Multimedia theatre premiere and present-day remake of Bert Haanstra’s 50 year old portrait of Dutch society, created inside Google Street View. Presented together with Street Ghosts by Paolo Cirio. Part of Interactive Reality organized with De Brakke Grond.
Interactive showcase of three game-changing, playable documentaries, including 17000 Islands, Type:Rider and the NFB’s Fort McMoney, one of the most ambitious documentary games ever made. Part of Interactive Reality organized with De Brakke Grond.
A unique networking event bringing together some of the worlds leading experts in interactive documentary storytelling, as well as a selection of new media talents from the Netherlands and Belgium. The Interactive Talent Summit is part of the Interactive Reality
At this year’s IDFA Forum, five new crossmedia projects will be pitched to potential financiers.
One-day festival conference on the future of documentary storytelling in the age of the interface.
A new meeting place and talent program for digital storytellers
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