THE BEAUTY OF A SECOND
In 2011, one hundred and ninety years after the creation of the first chronograph, Montblanc launched a video contest, “Beauty in a second”, to describe, in an emotional way, what happens in a second. Wim Wenders was in charge of selecting the sixty best one-second videos among the 3262 in competition, and the winners and finalists can all be viewed on the site. [eb-hj]
GOUDOU GOUDOU - Les voix ignorées de la reconstruction
Through a multimedia blog and a webdocumentary, five Haitian journalists give a voice to the earthquake victims of their country, and expose the hard realities of reconstruction and its consequences: “Debris and Reconstruction”, “Art with a Cause”, “Impact of NGOs”, “Health and Cholera”, “Life in the Camps”.
Zahia Dehar's career began with a hot sports scandal, now she is a top model. A triumph of equal opportunities in a modern world of deregulation. Her official interactive portfolio.
LES OUVRIERS DE L'OMBRE - QUAND LA PRISON SE MET AU TRAVAIL
Inmates who work in the French prison system. More than 60,000 inmates are incarcerated in France, but only a fourth of them work. Who are these "shadow workers"? What conditions do they work under? What are their chances of being integrated back into society? A study of the Bois d’Arcy prison addresses these questions. [eb-hj]
Côté Fenêtre & Côté Couloir
Two films, two views of a parallel journey. On the window side, the passengers; on the aisle side, the SNCF personnel. A branded webdocufiction about the French railways, in a style reminiscent of D.W. Griffith.
HUGH'S FISH FIGHT
Social campaign, 2011
Half of all fish caught in the North Sea are thrown back overboard, dead, because "unmarketable". The transmedia campaign (web, app, TV, etc.) is meant to stop this insane waste.
More than 770,000 people are supporting the campaign so far.
By supporting this campaign, your name will be added to a letter to be sent to Commissioner Maria Damanaki, members of the Common Fisheries Policy Reform Group, and all MEPs.
A bucolic-digital travel among the people and the popular know-how in Chilean Patagonia. Cuisine, sheep-farming, wool crafts... An evocative and immersive work thanks to 360° photos.
True story of a female grizzly, monitored for ten years. Leanne Allison, co-author of the webdoc, sifted through thousands of pictures which reveal the hidden life of the forest - along the uncertain line dividing the wired and the wild world.
THE GENOGRAPHIC PROJECT
Interactive map, 2011
The Genographic Project charts new knowledge about the migratory history of the human species by using laboratory and computer analysis of DNA. Besides the project guidelines, this site offers an Atlas of Human Journey and an Atlas of Human History, both of general interest.