HIGHRISE, a multi-year, multi-media, collaborative documentaryÂ project about the human experience in global vertical suburbs. We will use the acclaimed interventionist and participatoryÂ approaches of the award-winning National Film Board of Canadaâ€™s Filmmaker-in-Residence (FIR) project. Our scale will be global,Â but rooted firmly in the FIR philosophy â€” putting people, process,Â creativity, collaboration, and innovation first.
LATimes Video Journalist Katy Newton delivers an beautifully produced and inspiring video about Homeboy Industries, a gang intervention organization.
His name is William Kamkwamba, and his story is nothing short of remarkable. Using scraps from a local junkyard in Malawi, he created something that harnessed the wind – and changed his life. By Lucas Oleniuk and Randy Risling.
160 million people live in Bangladesh. Extreme poverty and cheap labour have made the country one of the worldâ€™s major clothes producers. The large population means that Bangladesh can compete with countries such as China, India and Sri Lanka. But overpopulation also means that the country is extremely vulnerable when natural catastrophes hit. A seven part series by JONATHAN BJERG MÃ˜LLER
Beautiful design and elegant interface.
John Clanton, of the The Oklahoman delivers a thoughtful, straight-forward and touching set of audio slide shows.
“Wait For Me” is the story of a motherâ€™s spiritual and emotional search for her sonâ€”a ceaseless emotional trek, propelled by an unconditional love and an unwavering belief that he may still be alive.
You may find the brave voices captured in this short film haunting, shocking and humorous. In some of their faces you’ll see joy, anguish and grace as they trust you with their confession. Don’t miss a Behind-The-Scenes Blog Post