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Posts Tagged ‘Interactive’
Each month, the NFB interactive studio in Montreal takes you backstage with a blog post on a hot topic in interactivity and digital media.
This’ll get you pumped for spring: 14 filmmakers, 11 films, an interactive experience about skateboarding, youth culture, and urban landscapes. The project is set to launch in late spring 2014, but check out the teaser trailer right here.
We’re starting 2014 in style with a not-so-new but definitely improved version of our McLaren’s Workshop App! After winning the incredibly prestigious Grand Prize in the Website or Application (Arts and Culture) category at the Boomerang Awards, as well as being named among iTunes Canada’s “App Store Best of 2013“, the Norman McLaren-inspired iPad app has more »
Fort McMoney, a new interactive documentary game has finally launched.
Gerry Flahive discusses the latest installment of the Emmy-award winning interactive documentary, Highrise. Directed by Katerina Cizek.
For the past few years, Montreal has been humming with demonstrations, elections, resignations and commissions. Since the first stirrings of the so-called “Maple Spring,” (Printemps érable) and now that the race for mayor is heating up, people throughout the city are feeling a collective need not only to express their ideas and their indignation, but more »
* This is a guest post by Shiraz Janjua, Associate Producer I admit it: I struggle with prayer. The month of Ramadan is coming up in the Islamic calendar, which means I’ll be fasting from sunrise to sunset everyday for 30 days. (If you’re counting, that’s no food or drink from 4 a.m. to 9 more »
* This is a guest post from NFB Interactive producer Jennifer Moss. Sean Embury is a digital media guru who runs his own company, Fulscrn. He recently teamed up with us here at the NFB’s Digital Studio to create Hyperlocal, an exciting series of interactive projects based on stories of local change. We faced a more »
It was recently announced that 3 NFB/interactive projects: Bear 71, Sound Ecology and Here At Home were nominated for a total of 6 Webby Awards. Champagne! Sometimes refered to as the “Oscars of the Web,” the Webbys are international awards presented annually by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS) for excellence on more »
Got kids who love science, space and all things astronaut? Starting April 22, the NFB is inviting all kids aged 11-15 to grab front row seats to Chris Hadfield’s historic mission as the first Canadian commander of the International Space Station (ISS) with NFB Space School, a brand-new interactive experience designed just for them. Melding more »
This is a guest post from NFB Interactive producer Jennifer Moss. Paul Shoebridge and Michael Simons are the dynamic creative duo known in the back alleys and coffee shops of Vancouver as “The Goggles.” They are the creators behind the NFBs wonderful interactive documentary about a vanished Canadian town, Welcome to Pine Point, and were more »