At the invisible crossroads of faith, land and identity, the Métis photographer Tyler Hagan explores the land and the indigenous people who live near the white chapel, St. Ann's church, on the Similkameen reserve. He confronts the burning conflicts between the Catholic church and the First Nations people, examining the role of religion and spirituality in forming identity.
The viewer can surf among the photos shot in this nature setting while listening to the comments made by the author and some of the protagonists. [hj-eb]
KURDISTAN D'IRAK, DERNIER REFUGE DES CHRÉTIENS PERSÉCUTÉS
A ParisMatch.com 'grand reportage' about the difficult condition of Iraki Christians after Saddam's fall. Made in April 2011 and published in interactive edition on 22 December 2011. Use Chrome for a better experience.
NOTRE-DAME DU NET
The Bernardines de Saint-André-lez-Lille (F) are cloistered nuns and they are connected to the web. Why? How?
GOD IN AMERICA
Interactive narrative, 2010-present
The story of how religious faith and the quest for religious liberty has shaped American society and the public life of the country. A 6-hour docu-fiction TV series aired by PBS.
A user-generated Faithbook, accompanied by a timeline from 1598 to 2009 (covering religious liberty, religious marketplace, social reform), and a dozen additional features (including God in the White House), plus 20 interviews - form the interactive content available from the website.
BETWEEN HEAVEN AND EARTH
An audio slide show of Cristina Garcia Rodero of old traditions and new rituals, natural and supernatural, religious and pagan, painful and pleasurable, spiritual and physical, land, water, life and death.
The Magnum agency website offers a hundred 'in motion' documentaries where the photos are placed "in motion" with audio commentary, but also video.