A nine-hour program that shows a man walking backwards through Tokyo, and nothing else – or so it appears.
The Louniverse visualizes how Loulou, Philip Toledano’s daughter, interacts with an iPad. “It was fascinating to see how rapt she became – disappearing so completely into a universe beyond the screen.”
A video installation on the split in modern Russian society, with streaming citizen video replacing the official media narrative.
Zilla van den Born fabricated the evidence of a five-week trip around Southeast Asia that she never took.
One of the first 360-degree documentary films ever, investigating the future of virtual reality.
Visit singer-songwriter Patrick Watson’s studio through virtual reality.
An interactive performance installation allowing the user to enter the body and mind of another person.
This interactive iPhone game gets its players to take a fresh look at the world around them by having them photograph circles, squares and triangles in their hometown.
An immersive, interactive documentary on the cutting edge of art and computer code.
This dynamic interactive database charts the astonishing rise of the Pentecostal movement. At 35,000 new converts every day, it’s the fastest growing religion in the world.
An award-winning virtual reality documentary about a tragic memory of 1973 Chile.
An interactive documentary in which the viewer can navigate through 30 couples discussing the big themes of love and relationships.
This powerful and highly dynamic interactive documentary offers insight into the unintended long-term effects of Dutch colonialism, making them palpable.
Protest or riot? A comparison of reporting on unrest at Tiananmen Square in 1989 shows how various versions of the news crystallize into historical fact.
Uploading photos isn’t as harmless as you might think, as demonstrated by this amusing but unsettling online data project.
Big data is drawing humanity ever deeper into the machine, and virtual immortality is around the corner.
This interactive app takes the user on the stormy voyage to Bermuda that inspired John Lennon to make his album Double Fantasy.
Spend the night together with your partner in the virtual love hotel, which tastefully combines online erotic literature and photography.
A 360-degree documentary that shows the climatological and cultural changes taking place in the Arctic area, literally from all sides.
You think refugees are passive victims? Then spend some time in Domiz in northern Iraq and find out what everyday life in a camp is really like.
This audiovisual whodunit keeps its podcast listeners in a perpetual state of tension – who killed the American schoolgirl Hae Min Lee?
A moral update on the Internet era on the basis of the seven deadly sins, presented as an interactive website with videos, posts and polls.
This collage of shrieking, roaring, growling and bellowing invites the viewer to contribute to an eternal scream.
This free app injects human contact into contemporary telecommunications like a “message in a bottle 2.0,” putting strangers in contact with one another.
How subtitles and dubbing can change the meaning of a film and even give a whole new interpretation to the images.
Kutiman creates whole new songs from YouTube videos: smoothly edited songs composed from the work of anonymous amateur musicians.
An installation exploring the beauty and complexity of technology, and providing a glimpse into unsuspecting coffeepots and offices all over the world.
A true tale of survival in Somalia told from the pirate’s perspective.
Stories from the other side of the stadium.
The ISEE-3 was launched to study the Sun in 1978, but ended up redefining space flight. Now it’s on a new mission to become citizen science’s first spacecraft, with data accessible by everyone.
An interactive, layered exploration of post-crisis community (re)building in America. In the wake of disaster, who has the right to return?
An interactive journey into an exploding city.
How do Americans who identify as “white” experience their ethnicity?
The day that shocked the nation: these are the untold stories of the Cronulla riots.
This game, inspired by Alaska Native culture, brings the world of Iñupiaq stories alive.
A transmedia documentary about the process of reconciliation in post-genocide Rwanda. It tells the story of Musekeweya, ‘New Dawn’, a popular radio soap created to prevent new outbursts of violence.
An ongoing interactive web documentary based on video footage shot by Palestinians working with B’Tselem’s Camera Distribution Project.
How do you picture your European neighbours? Nationals from the 28 EU countries were asked this question. Stereotypes? Truths? Fantasies? It’s for you to see.
The story of a global conflict in the voices of 10 historians from around the world.
A 24-hour documentary experience enhanced on second screen.
A fact-based 5 part interactive web series exploring the impending threat of cyberwarfare. You never know who is in control.
A web documentary discovering the artistic geography and human landscape of Chile.
Finally rediscover your lost memories.
Starting from the city of Detroit, this crossmedia web documentary explores the DIY movement on at least 2 continents.
A documentary about the Rana Plaza disaster and the global garment industry.
Fifty years after Claude Jutra’s ‘The Devil’s Toy’, 14 directors across the world remix the pioneering film in an interactive experience.
Stories from behind the Blue Screen.
An immersive art app, re-creating two post-war communities that no longer exist.
Uncover the precarious world of risk.
In this animated film meets picture book, you participate in the story.
20-30 November 2014
Thursday 20 November 2014
Discover some of the best new media projects currently seeking financing and partners.
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“The winning project is a murder mystery told 15 years after the fact. With its serialized audio podcast format and well-chosen supplementary materials, the project makes an old-fashioned medium feel new again.”