5 Questions for Anagram, Creators of Door Into The Dark
Door Into The Dark, an immersive documentary experience presented at this year's Tribeca Film Festival Storyscapes exhibition, pushes the intersection of technology and storytelling in a surprising new direction.
Tribeca Storyscapes 2015: Experimenting with Immersive Documentaries in that Awkward Headgear Phase
Will virtual reality finally take off after decades of experimentation? Does this emerging technology have a significant place in documentary film? The creators at this year's Storyscapes seem to think so.
5 Questions for Jonathan Minard and James George, Creators of the Tribeca Storyscapes Award-Winning 'Clouds'
Clouds, originally conceived as a traditional documentary, evolved into an award-winning interactive media project where almost every aspect is created by or experienced through computer code.
Use of Force's Nonny de la Peña on Pushing Journalism into the Interactive Realm
Multi-platform storytelling is giving journalists a new spectrum of creativity within which to compose and share their stories. But how does this leeway affect objectivity?
Can Interactive Films Hit the Emotional Mark? A First Look at the Projects at Tribeca Storyscapes 2014
I am always appreciative of documentaries that push the boundaries of the form, but experiencing them leaves me wondering too often: Can interactive documentaries make us feel something in the same way that traditional cinema can?