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The Boat

SBS

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Produced by: SBS, Nam Le, Matt Huynh

‘The Boat’, an interactive graphic novel about escape after the Vietnam War. Based on the story by Nam Le, adapted by Matt Huynh. More…


Which Direction Do You Sleep?

Ohio University - School of VisCom

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Produced by: Ryan Gebura

A kinetic type story illustrating a common understanding within Ayurvedic practice. Created for my motion graphics class this semester at Ohio University. More…


Cronulla Riots - The Day That Shocked the Nation

SBS Online

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Produced by: SBS Online, Northern Pictures

Investigate the simmering tensions between groups of Australians that led to racially motivated violence at Sydney’s Cronulla Beach in December 2005. More…


Rebuilding Haiti

Rue89

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Produced by: Jean Abbiateci, Florent Maurin (The Pixel Hunt), Pierre Morel, Perceval Barrier, Bérénice Froger, Dotify

Four years after the earthquake, how is Haiti rebuilding itself? If you were part of the process, would you be able to make the right choices? “Rebuilding Haïti" is an interactive piece of journalism. The form mixes newsgame and longform journalism. The story is about development issues (like rural exodus, land reform and brain drain). More…


Blind Wrestler

Jose F. Moreno

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Shot and Produced by Jose F. Moreno/Courier-Post More…


After 6/4

SBS Online

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Produced by: SBS Online

Twenty-five years have passed since the events that led to June 4, 1989 in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. Accounts at the time differed greatly: Chinese media described June 4 as a “riot” and “conspiracy”, while Western media called it a “massacre” and “spontaneous”. In this site, you will be asked to explore these fault lines through multiple media sources and six original documentaries of people whose lives have been influenced by the events. Your own thoughts will contribute to a conversation across geographical lines about how we remember this moment in history, twenty-five years on. More…


Kutkai: Northern Burma

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Produced by: Thelma Young

A look at an unseen IDP camp (internally displaced persons) in northern Burma/Myanmar. A group of several hundred people from the Ta'ang ethnic group fled this year from fighting near their villages. This short film presents doubts and concerns of President's Thein Sein's peace plans with ethnic armed groups. With growing international attention and investment in Burma, it is important to hear from those most affected by conflict and questionable peace talks. More…


WWF - Change is already there

WWF-France

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Produced by: WWF-France

To celebrate it's 40th birthday, WWF-France, the first French environmental NGO, offers a new interactive sensory experience based on a parallax effect. Developed on HTML5, this photographic exhibition is organized around five main themes: species, climate change, forests, ecological footprint, oceans, fresh water. WWF invites the user to share 40 years of action through videos, photos and stories. More…


The Other 9/11

SBS

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Produced by: SBS Online

September 11 is a date marked by violence and sorrow in the minds of many around the world. For Chileans, it is doubly so, because on that day, in 1973, the country's democratically elected president, Salvador Allende, was overthrown in a brutal military coup. What followed were years of repression, torture, forced disappearance, fear and, for many Chileans, exile. This is the story of what happened in Chile, and the secret part Australia played. More…


After The Asylum

The irish Times

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Produced by: Carl O'Brien, Bryan O'Brien, Paul Scott

This is a multimedia project produced by The Irish Times in association with The Mary Raftery Journalism fund. Written by Carl O'Brien with photographs and video by Bryan O'Brien, the site was designed and built by Paul Scott. More…