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EVERYDAY REBELLION: THE ART OF CHANGE

Webdocumentary, 2014

Creative non-violent protest and civil disobedience

An award-winning documentary and cross-media project that informs on and promotes the power of creative resistance and civil disobedience around the globe. Of extensive reach, the work combines film, digital and social media into a multi-faceted hybrid that reflects the diverse non-violent methods used in combatting violent systems of governing. The three-part project consists of a web platform, which brings together all kinds of struggles around the world and shares the creative and non-violent methods and tactics used, via videos, articles, manuals, user comments; a documentary for television and theatrical release, which focuses on activists around the world; and interactive tools. Links to CANVAS, Oxfam, Corporate Europe Observatory, TEDx talks …

FIRST WORLD WAR - THE STORY OF A GLOBAL CONFLICT

Webdocumentary, 2014

Ten historians from 10 countries give a brief history of the first world war through a global lens. Using original news reports, interactive maps and rarely-seen footage, including extraordinary scenes of troops crossing Mesopotamia on camels and Italian soldiers fighting high up in the Alps, the half-hour film explores the war and its effects from many different perspectives.

BLABLA

Interactive narrative, 2013

BLABLA is an interactive narrative that explores the principles of human communication in six chapters. The author's intention is to "create moods and generate emotions", and the narrative depends on the participation of the viewer to succeed. [eb-hj] 

ALMA --- Une enfant de la violence

Webdocumentary, 2013

“I was 15 years old when I wanted to join a gang”: this is how Alma begins her story. She narrates her five years in one of Guatemala’s most violent gangs, participating in murders, rapes, extortion and other criminal activity.

Included on the site are four modules that explain the background of the chronic violence and corruption afflicting Guatemala today.

Transmedia mix: webdocumentary, documentary, book, tablet app. [eb-hj]

ATHENS, A GREEK TRAGEDY

Webreport, 2013

One year after the elections of June 2012, a report on the realities of life in the Greek capital still reeling from the crisis.

As an exploration of life in Athens, eight subjects are proposed: commitment, work, family life, daily life, migration, education, religion and art.

A book with the same title has also been published (Inediz http://www.inediz.com/) in digital and in hard copy, in French and in English.  [eb-hj]

INFORMATION ABOUT AUSTRALIAN HOLIDAYS AND TRAVEL

Documercial, 2012

All of Australia, in all languages, for every use. History, geography, environment, culture, cuisine, shopping, visas... Texts, maps, photos, films.
The Tourism Australia website answers all your information needs, and its Trip Advisor helps you plan your next visit.

Aysénprofundo

Webreport, 2011

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.

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.

OIGA MIRE VEA

Webreport, 2011

Visit Cali,  third largest city in Colombia, with a population of 2.5 million. Its name comes from that of the pre-Colombian local native tribe. The city was founded on 25 July 1536 by the Spanish conquistador Sebastián de Belalcázar. A Reportaje 360 by El Paìs.

 
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