Our new interactive web doc on global skateboarding culture has finally launched, and it’s pretty cool. Explore it here.
Posts Tagged ‘interactive project’
After the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris in 2012, Guy Maddin is now setting his sights on the Phi Centre to film and bring to life his Seances, an entirely novel experience that will culminate in the production of an interactive work (NFB) and a feature film coproduced by Phi Films, Buffalo Gal Pictures and more »
Did you know that in Banff National Park, bears and humans live closer together than any other place on earth? Grizzly bears used to roam all across the Canadian prairies, and now they don’t. The Canadian grizzly population now resides in the mountains, in areas like Banff and, more specifically, a town called Canmore, where more »
NFB/interactive – the National Film Board of Canada’s interactive productions arm – is not the type to rest on its laurels. Mere moments after winning 2 (two!) 2012 Webby Awards (for BLA BLA and God’s Lake Narrows), it launched 3 new projects for you to discover. Read more about these hot new projects on the more »
The following is a guest post by Anne-Marie Lavigne. * This post is a translation. Read the French original here. BAR CODE hinges on the concept of “mining” everyday objects for the stories they harbour. Through the project’s website and iPhone app, explore the secret world of day-to-day items by watching the short films triggered more »
The NFB recently launched Test Tube, a thought-provoking interactive project featuring David Suzuki. To better understand the project, its goals and its achievements we interviewed Loc Dao, Creative Technologist on the Test Tube. Here is some of what he had to say: Carolyne Weldon: For those who have yet to experience it, please describe the more »