Explore the experiential and analytical routes in investigating Hong Kong home cultures.
Combining verité filming, interviews and video diary, the documentary puts a human face on the quandary of finding a place in 21st century society.
Angelina Joshua fights to save her language or ‘lingo’, ‘Marra’ – one of the oldest languages in the world.
A viral, vibrant, living homage to Dadaism, connected to our times like Dada was at war with its own.
What does it mean, to be young in Europe nowadays?
Explore the history of a highlight of the Olympic Games: the hundred meter sprint finals.
Grandmas Project is a collaborative webseries – under the patronage of UNESCO – sharing the recipes and stories from grandmas around the world, filmed by their grandchildren.
This interactive documentary allows users to virtually explore one of Toronto’s most multicultural and vibrant neighbourhoods.
A journalist gives readers a visceral, intimate sense of what it’s like to report on the Syrian war.
Team Gaza is an interactive documentary about a group of young Palestinians seeking for happiness in the Gaza Strip.
Follow the stories of five individuals who were incarcerated for Life Without Parole (Natural Life) for crimes they committed as youth.
Spoken messages to the popular Turkish artist Zeki Müren (1931-1996) speak of an underlying nostalgia for a Turkey of bygone days.
An interactive web animation in which a grandson relates in words and drawn images the eventful life of his grandfather, who is starting to suffer from dementia.
A 3-D reconstruction of the notorious Saydnaya prison in Syria, on the basis of testimony from former prisoners who were held there in fear and darkness.
A multimedia project on the hundred photos that have shaped our world. Short films, essays and stories from those who have made the news explain why.
Marvel at this science fiction perspective. You can assemble this story about a biologist who clicks organs together by clicking on the different elements online.
Imagine you are the conductor of an animal orchestra in this interactive and incredibly detailed natural soundscape, compiled by artist and nature recordist Bernie Krause.
A collection of 12 very, very, very short interactive explorations. To discover quickly, without rushing.
New York Times reporter John Branch tells the harrowing story of skiers caught in an avalanche.
A crowd-sourced interactive documentary that features thousands of videos, photos, e-mails and tweets from the Egyptian Revolution to tell the stories from those 18 pivotal days.
A website comprised of work made by the general public in response to assignments given by artists Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher.