Borderland is an interactive documentary exploring the U.S.-Mexico border and the people who live and work there.
Do you see what I see
Follow a group of Syrian refugee children as they learn to capture everyday life in a single frame. Do you see what they see?
Who Is Dayani Cristal?
The story of a migrant who found himself in the deadly stretch of desert known as “the corridor of death” and becomes testimony to the…
Directed by Maria Ripoll and Lisa Pram, this touching project tells the story of Andrea, a girl with the 5P syndrome or Cri du Chat, a weird…
Dyatlov Pass is a horror documentary about the mysterious deaths of Soviet students in the Ural mountains.
The Disaster Resilience Journal
42 short online serialized articles, released daily via social media networks, blogs, and word of mouth.
The Sochi Project
In a work described by its creators as "slow journalism," the fanfare of the 2014 Olympics in Sochi is peeled back to investigate the realities…
This experiment in rephotography shows viewers the hidden moments of humanity within the massive automated image gathering project Google…
The Last Hunt
Step into the wilds of Quebec's northern woods and join a family on what may be the final instance of a family tradition: the last hunt.
Dreams of Your Life
How alone are you? Explore that theme and more in "Dreams of Your Life," an interactive piece with an invisible interlocutor whose probing…
Bjarke Myrthu's "Enemy Within" was an early interactive web documentary that revealed the power of this new storytelling form.
The Iron Curtain Diaries
The Iron Curtain Diaries looks at the legacy of the Cold War from the perspectives of the towns on the border of the USSR and the West.
Participatory web documentary "Immigrant Nation" traces the story of the United States’ rich history of immigration through personal narratives.
Web documentary "Sacrée montagne" explores religion and spirituality through the lens of Montreal’s Mount Royal.