Posts Tagged ‘web documentaries’


Digital Studio Reframes the Art of Portraiture


The notion of portrait gallery is cast in a new light in Bread and Kabul Portraits — a pair of interactive projects nearing completion at the NFB’s Vancouver-based Digital Studio. “No two interactives are alike,” says Loc Dao, executive producer of both projects. “The challenge is to see how technology can best serve any given


10 things to keep in mind for producing cross-platform media


[Invalid Link] Last week we launched the interactive section of A few of our projects, including Out My Window, have been getting a lot of good press and are generating some buzz. Rob McLaughlin, head of our interactive team, has been speaking at conferences and festivals around the world about our new media


The NFB’s Highrise project unveils its new interactive web documentary, Out My Window


Note: This post was written by guest blogger and director Kat Cizek. It will also appear at the IDFA DocLab blog. *** Today we launch our major NFB HIGHRISE project, OUT MY WINDOW: Interactive Views from the Global Highrise. Here it is. One of the world’s first 360 degree documentaries, delivered entirely on the web.


Holy Mountain: A city’s landmark or a spirtual experience?


Holy Mountain is a new interactive web documentary that looks at our relationship with the sacred through the city’s landmark, Mount Royal (aka the Mountain). I think it’s safe to assume that everyone who lives in Montreal has some sort of connection to the Mountain – Sunday afternoons at the Tam-Tams, a picnic at Beaver