Crash course traces an interactive snapshot of March 2009, during the economic crisis in Buenos Aires. Not surprisingly, the productive NFB of Canada had a hand in the making of Crash course: Toronto-based maker Nobu Adilman and Secret Location are credited with the site’s filmic quality, colourful structure, graphic and interactive creativity.
Iceland’s sagas, an interactive website with documentary trailer, conveys eight versions of the 14th century Grettir saga, mainly in text, not visually. The film element—in the form of a trailer and eight short artist impressions—in itself is minimal.
Gebrueder Beetz produced Iceland’s sagas, co-produced with ARTE and ZDF Continue reading
Epopee.me offers very basic mouse click interaction with different videos. The stories crafted by drug users and sex workers in Montreal that can also be watched on a linear video channel (see for some video clips). Epopee.me follows on from an earlier iDoc on sex workers in Montreal and borders on docu-fiction, using real-life case to form a fictive story. An i-Docs interview with Rodrigue Jean, creator of Epopee.me, explains the process and context of the on-going project.
Epopee.me was voted Website award winner of the day on 31 October 2011.