SUPERNERDS is a transmedia project about digital surveillance that merges a live TV show, a stage play and interactive media. During a large event on May 28, 2015 this abstract issue was turned into an emotional experience.
What does our attention-based culture do to people? For 15 days straight, Tim den Besten and Nicolaas Veul streamed their lives non-stop on the Internet.
An interactive documentary in which the viewer can navigate through 30 couples discussing the big themes of love and relationships.
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 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.
Fifty years after Alleman, theater director Bert Hana leads us through the streets of the Netherlands, digitally captured through Google Street View.
An online mockumentary
Girl Walk // All Day is an exuberant feature-length dance music film shot in the streets and public spaces of New York City. The entire film is set to the soundtrack, All Day, the 2010 album by the mash-up DJ
When Documentary and Technology Converge
This Tate Modern web exhibition presents the vestiges of lost artworks, to bring attention to their impact on the art world.
Three times a week, Internet pioneer Ze Frank humorously deals the world while creating wonderful collaborative artworks with his Internet audience.
An individual, immersive experience that uses the latest technologies to transport its users to a virtual mix between Shanghai and Brussels.
RISK! is a podcast and live show, where creative people tell true stories they never thought they’d dare to share.
In a small birdhouse, birdsong is slowed down to human speed, mimicked and sped back up to a bird’s pace, allowing visitors to sing like a bird.
A blend of documentary, performance and video by Flemish theater group Berlin, which tells the story of the UNESCO world heritage site Zollverein, a coalmining complex in the German Ruhr area.
A live event inviting you to play with real emotions, using brain scanners, biometric sensors and carnivalesque props.
Interactive installations, immersive performances and other unexpected representations of reality, presented by IDFA DocLab, Paradocs and Brakke Grond.
Live event celebrating the unique work of documentary artist Jan Rothuizen. with performances by Hans Aarsman, Dirk van Weelden and the launch of Rothuizen’s latest book: The Soft Atlas of the Netherlands
Live screening of two interactive documentaries from the DocLab Competition Program: Beyond 9/11 and The Zone.
Live presentations of three of the most innovative projects at IDFA 2011: the webdoc and installation Barcode.tv, the interactive installation What Is It Like to Be a Bird? and the immersive iPad app Condition One. The authors will showcase their
IDFA’s annual new media party, directly following the DocLab live screening of interactive music docs. Free admission.
Multimedia exhibition that includes the DocLab installation HIGHRISE/Out My Window.
IDFA DocLab and Micha Wertheim from Echt Gebeurd present an evening packed with true life tales – told live on stage and on the big screen.
Radiolab once again raises the bar for live documentary storytelling events.
The ladies of The Moth talk balls (and explain how to spin a cracking yarn).
Live storytelling: the perfect antidote to screen fatigue – and a mighty enjoyable way to re-connect dizzy DocLabbers – after five days of screenings, projects, and talks exploring the future of narrative – with what we’re all trying to do here: share gosh-darned good stories.
Night 3 in the DocLab Live program, and they were lining up at the door of Tuschinski 4, for New York Times multimedia producer Zach Wise’s top web bookmarks selection, a bespoke pick of golden needles in that murky haystack they call “Internet”.
The second live screening for this year’s interactive IDFA program featured three very different web projects, which nonetheless hail from what seems to be emerging as the Godmother of Non-Linear / Non-Fiction: the fair nation of Canada.
The first in DocLab 2010’s line-up of 5 live interactive screenings at Amsterdam’s Tuschinski cinema, featuring web road movies in Japan and California.
How should policy makers deal with the rapidly dissolving boundaries between media? Hans Maarten van den Brink, director of the Dutch Cultural Media Fund, calls for a focus on content instead of re-organizations.