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Posts Tagged ‘National Film Board of Canada’

Exhibits, Essays, Interviews: Work by CDS Faculty & Staff

Exhibits, Essays, Interviews: Work by CDS Faculty & Staff

Notable recent news by Center for Documentary Studies faculty and staff includes: Dress Rehearsal, a solo exhibit of photographs by undergrad instructor Christopher Sims, opened at the Sumter County Gallery of Art in South Carolina. The show, which will be up through January 3, features images from Theater of War: The Pretend Villages of Iraq and Afghanistan, Sims’s series […]


Read: Interview with David Dufresne, Creator of Upcoming Interactive Documentary Game “Fort McMoney”

Read: Interview with David Dufresne, Creator of Upcoming Interactive Documentary Game "Fort McMoney"

A much-anticipated interactive documentary game about the Canadian oil industry will launch on November 25. Coproduced by the National Film Board of Canada and Toxa, a Montreal-based media company, Fort McMoney will give players the power to decide the (virtual) future of Fort McMurray, a real oil-boom town in Alberta, Canada at the heart of the world’s energy […]


“Welcome to Pine Point”: Interactive Love Letter to a Lost Town

"Welcome to Pine Point": Interactive Love Letter to a Lost Town

“…an understated work of stupefying grace…quietly breaking hearts around the world….” –The Globe and Mail (Toronto) For Valentine’s, this amazing homage to a lost love—Welcome to Pine Point is an award-winning interactive web documentary that tells the story of a Canadian mining town that was demolished after the mine closed in 1988. The work was produced […]