Google Streetview stop motion. PROD. Le blog ! » Prison Valley nominé au World Press Photo 2011. Prison Valley est finaliste du célèbre World Press Photo 2011, catégorie Interactive multimedia.
Notre Webdocumentaire a été retenu ce matin même par le jury du fameux prix de Photojournalisme. La remise des prix aura lieu à Amsterdam le 7 mai prochain. On croise les doigts ,-) En attendant, deux nouveaux sites à signaler Celui du travail photographique de Philippe Brault Et le lab narratif de David Dufresne. World Press Photo At the conclusion of the 2011 World Press Photo Multimedia Contest judging in Amsterdam, the jury published a shortlist identifying the three multimedia productions selected in each category. Linear productions (in alphabetical order): Blanco A production by photographer Stefano De Luigi and VII Photo Agency. The Home Front A production with photography by Marcus Yam and produced by Nancy Donaldson, Catrin Einhorn and Meaghan Looram for The New York Times.
A Man in the Forest A production by Lei Wang. Interactive multimedia (in alphabetical order): More information: The 6 Most Innovative Interactive Web Documentaries. Digital platforms are expanding the field of the traditional documentary, not only in terms of the distribution of linear stories, but especially in the production of content created specifically for the web.
As seen in interactive web-based films like Highrise: Out My Window and Collapsus, different degrees of interactivity are now possible and are changing the way documentary storytelling relates to reality. As interactive media professor at the London College of Media Sandra Gaudenzi suggests, the differentiating levels of interactivity are a good way to classify these new forms of documentaries. According to Gaudenzi, there are three different levels of interactivity that determine the type of documentary. An example of a semi-closed project is Welcome to Pine Point (2010) by Canadian media group The Goggles. Another semi-closed example is Brèves de Trottoir (2010) by film director and journalist Olivier Lambert and photographer Thomas Salva.