In no particular order as they all kick major ass.
One last chance.
Set among a backdrop of one million acres of decapitated mountains blown up by the coal industry, one woman fights to save one of the last untouched Appalachian mountains and the place she calls home.
Another great piece: Leveling Appalachia
also, hat tip to the awesome Pam Chen, she produced the original music for the piece.
A beautiful and insightful doc about what else, docs. It’s also available to purchase in their store or you can rent it on netflix.
Errol Morris, Werner Herzog and over 30 of today’s top documentary filmmakers provide an in-depth look at non-fiction filmmaking and the steps to making a documentary. These masters of the craft reflect upon the nature of documentary as a form of storytelling and offer insight into their approach to the ‘truth.’
Okay, maybe the Flash is a little much for my taste, but the stories break the language barrier. No need to know Spanish, the visuals are that strong.
Adam’s site is becoming my new must read, check it out and enjoy, lots of goodness there.
Probably the best damn local site I’ve seen is some time, the design just kicks my ass!
The Bold Italic is an experiment in local discovery.
Just when you thought you were a pretty savvy local, along came The Bold Italic. Our mission is to help people become better locals, equipping our members with rare local intel, backstory and potential adventures.
Our writers, the Bold Locals, find their way behind-the-scenes in San Francisco and come back with backstories of distinctive, offbeat local experiences.
Shit, maybe some old school big media companies are trying something different, this froom the PivotalLabs site:
We’re excited that The Bold Italic launched into public beta yesterday. The Bold Italic is a local-content website we developed with Ideo for Gannett. As they describe it, “(Their) mission is to help people become better locals, equipping our members with rare local intel, backstory and potential adventures.”
How can you go wrong, music by Brian Eno. Fantasic use of Flash. One of those interfaces that make you say, “Wow!”
This is why I love being alive at this time in visual story telling history.
8. Ian Fisher – American Soldier | The Denver Post | From Basic Training to Iraq and Back | Photos, Videos, Extras
Follow Denver Post photojournalist Craig F. Walker track Ian Fisher from High School to deployment in Iraq.
The moments shots made me cry, enough said.
Parabolas is also an awesome piece,
Who knew, The Economist with the mad multimedia skillz!