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.
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 website compresses 1.2 billion Facebook profile photos into a full-screen mosaic, and a remarkable world atlas
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.
Wildlife in Banff National Park from the perspective of a grizzly bear and that of the park rangers watching her 24 hours a day.
Three times a week, Internet pioneer Ze Frank humorously deals the world while creating wonderful collaborative artworks with his Internet audience.
The website as a confessional: insomniacs are asked to provide insight into their affliction, which will be used in an interactive artwork.
A live web documentary about At Home, a major Canadian housing project that gave homes to 1,265 homeless people.
Hasan Elahi’s self-tracking system constantly and publicly presents his exact location, activities, and other personal data.
For Arcade Fire’s “We Used to Wait”, celebrated music video director Chris Milk’s combines music video iconography with the computer’s multi-screen potential to create a multimedia narrative that unfolds as the song progresses.
Online remake project of Dziga Vertov’s classic.
An interactive world map that allows users to see at a glance what Twitter users at any given geographical location are talking about.
Web artist Jonathan Harris took a picture every five minutes during his trip to Alaska, where he went whaling with an Eskimo family. The photos are now in an online album with advanced possibilities, such as being able to see which moments were most exciting for Harris by using his heart rate as a measure of dramaticness.
In a highspeed, geographical slideshow, Flickrvision shows the latest pictures placed on the photosharing website Flickr.
On the popular Digg website, visitors can “dig” news articles they like.
“Life in spite of everything” is the motto of Gaza/Sderot.
Newsmap is an application that visually reflects the constantly changing landscape of the Google News news aggregator.
Since August 2005, We Feel Fine has been harvesting human feelings from weblogs.
A live event inviting you to play with real emotions, using brain scanners, biometric sensors and carnivalesque props.
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.