Posts Tagged ‘interactive storytelling’

Teaching User Experience and the Politics of Public Space through Skateboarding

Education

Skateboarding has a fascinating and controversial history: it was once (and still is) frowned upon as a misuse and abuse of public space, and it was loosely associated with petty criminality, the insouciance of youth, and a disrespect for social propriety. In the NFB’s interactive media project The Devil’s Toy Redux, you’ll find an engaging and inventive

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Another Way of Studying World War I

Education

Discover Apocalypse 10 Lives, an interactive digital story about World War I. Inquiry-based learning and strong supplemental supports allow students to research their own interests. Includes a thorough resource guide, including full documentation and bibliography.

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The 10 Ingredients for a Perfect Interactive Team

Interactive

Are you looking to create your own interactive team? Check out the NFB recipe for a perfect interactive team.

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The State of the Art, Part II: Documentary Aesthetics

FilmsInteractiveNews

Discover the latest in documentary’s forms, trends, and visual languages, straight from industry insiders at the 2014 TIFF Doc Conference.

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A Short History of the HIghrise

Come on, vote for us—we’re nominated at the Webby Awards!

InteractiveNews

The NFB has been nominated for 4 Webby Awards and now it’s up to YOU—our viewers and fans—to help us win by voting for us! Check out all the projects here.

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Fort McMoney - inside the game

Round 2: Fort McMoney is back and better than ever

InteractiveNews

Immerse yourself in Round 2 of the acclaimed interactive documentary game about the world’s largest energy project in Alberta.

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