An examination of the effects of contemporary warfare and communication on a brother and sister.
_Are You Happy?
Inspired by a 1960 documentary by Jean Rouch and Edgar Morin, "Are You Happy?" probes the complexities of modern life by beginning with…
_Hip Hop Word Count
A database of the lyrics to more than 50,000 rap songs dating back to 1979, "Hip Hop Word Count" is a tool that's catalyzing beautiful data…
_Journey to the End of Coal
Interactive documentary "Journey to the End of Coal" puts its audience in the perspective of an investigator looking into the deaths of…
_The Johnny Cash Project
A crowdsourced music video, "The Johnny Cash Project" pays tribute to the iconic Man in Black.
"Laika’s Adventure" is an educational experiment starring a robot trying to make her way home.
The documentary "Happy World" incorporates links and additional content directly into a web video player, creating a multi-layered, annotated…
_Gaza/Sderot: Life in Spite of Everything
"Gaza/Sderot" documents human resilience by capturing stories from neighboring cities Gaza and Sderot, each on different sides of the Israeli-Palestinian…
A hundred short films make up "Bar Code," which reimagines the database documentary as an interactive storytelling tool.
_Spirit of ‘45
The web component for Ken Loach's film vastly expands his project by adding interviews, historical data, and interactive timelines.
Web series "Invisible People" combats stereotypes about the homeless.
Designers have long known that the right font can bring a document to life. With Type:Rider, it’s the typefaces themselves that come…
An experiment in crowdsourced journalism, "Curious City" gives editorial control to its audience.
"The Zone" explores life in the area around the nuclear disaster site Chernobyl.
_Inside the Haiti Earthquake
Documentary game "Inside the Haiti Earthquake" invites web visitors to learn about disaster relief through the perspectives of journalists,…