FIRST WORLD WAR - THE STORY OF A GLOBAL CONFLICT
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.
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]
ATHENS, A GREEK TRAGEDY
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]
RIO DE JANEIRO SELF-PORTRAIT
One of the most beautiful cities in the world, as seen through the eyes of its native artists.
Caminhos e memória dos partidos brasileiros
Interactive map, 2010
Along a timeline from 1964 to present, Brazilian political leaders witness the country's history.
FILHOS DO TREMOR - EARTHQUAKE KIDS
This webdocumentary deals with the problems of Haiti after the earthquake of 12 January 2010, in particular those affecting children (40% of the Haitian population) and their rights. Content allows debate and solicits donations. A Brazilian independent production.
Serious game, 2005
Food Force is a 3D simulation of humanitarian intervention on the virtual island of Sheylan. The player controls a team from the UN World Food Program, and encounters logistical difficulties you face in the delivery of food during a humanitarian crisis.
SPHERES OF RELATIONS
Data visualization, 2004
An “accumulative” writing space based on the idea that one word linked to two more is more than enough to create narratives, reflections, theories, poetry, or humour.
Technical Requirements: 1024x768 Resolution, Flash Player v6.