Featured Work: Curated, Must See, Visual Stories

Out My Window by the NFB/Interactive

Welcome to PIne Point by the NFB/Interactive

I don’t know how they do it, but NFB/Interactive team never cease to amaze me.

New spanish multimedia and documentary films company.

Producer: José Carlos Castaño
Image: Sergio Caro, Ernesto Villalba.
Video edit: Ernesto Villalba
Script: José Carlos Castaño, Ernesto Villalba
English translation: huge thanks to María Belén Oliva.
Thanks to: Antonio Rull

Climate Wisconsin

Climate Wisconsin is an educational multimedia project featuring stories of climate change. The stories from across Wisconsin were documented over ten months beginning in February, 2010.

Africa to Australia

SBS Online launches interactive documentary Africa to Australia
featuring a collection of first–hand stories from Africans who have
journeyed from their homeland to Australia.

Africa to Australia is a collection of personal and inspiring stories by African immigrants and
refugees living in Australia and their successes and struggles in shaping – and being shaped
by – Australian society. Driven from their homes and families by a variety of causes, many
thousands of Africans have brought their cultures and stories to Australia.

The interactive documentary uses a combination of full-screen video, high-resolution
photography and rich design to create an immersive atmosphere that draws the viewer
deeper into the lives of these remarkable people. While a video is playing, other related
videos appear at key moments when these themes are being discussed, offering viewers a
more contextual way to explore the content.

A MATTER OF DECENCY from Bombay Flying Club on Vimeo.

Denmark was the first country to sign the UN Convention relating to the Status of Refugees in 1951 and since then this small Scandinavian nation has received and helped many refugees.

Over the past decade, however, the national laws and Aliens Consolidation Act have been changed repeatedly and this has led to international criticism and allegations that the Danish Government is constantly about to break international conventions.

The Danish people are torn between national interests and international human rights.

Nobody knows exactly how many refugees are living underground in Denmark but in fact there are Danish citizens who choose to break the law in order to help them.

Please visit the entire website behind this story to see much more information : bombayfc.com/amatter

People of the Coral Triangle from James Morgan Photography on Vimeo.

Also, visit thecoraltriangle.com

USA Today: Which Generation?

Just plain fun and smart!

The generation you belong to isn’t just about the year of your birth, but about your cultural experiences. Take this quiz and pick which fashion trends, news events, movies, TV shows or toys you remember from your formative years. Then we’ll match you up with your generation. Ready? Let’s get started!

5 Hours with Woody from phos pictures on Vimeo.

January 14, 2008

5 Hours with Jason Wood. Almost 3 years before “Last Minutes with Oden” as seen here http://vimeo.com/8191217

Another “8 LIVES” tease.
No Fancy DSLR arrangement, just a story.

Produced / co-Directed / Edited: Eliot Rausch

TELEPHONEME | MK12 from MK12 on Vimeo.

TELEPHONEME.TV for additional information and downloads

WORDS from Everynone on Vimeo.

Made by Everynone (in Collaboration with WNYC’s Radiolab & NPR)

Directed by Daniel Mercadante & Will Hoffman

Supervising Producer: Robert Krulwich
Original Score: Keith Kenniff (http://unseen-music.com)



” WOMEN ARE HEROES – Part of 28 Millimètres project by JR

More infos on the website : http://www.womenareheroes.be

Film by JR

The Sword Maker & The Swordsman from Matthew Allard on Vimeo.

The ancient art of sword making is a dying profession. Kuo Chang Shi is the last remaining professional sword maker in Taiwan. He made the famous Green Destiny sword for the Oscar wining Movie Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.

Shot on a Canon 7D with a Canon 50mm f1.2 and a Canon 16-35mm f2.8

A different version of this story ran on Aljazeera

A Mystery: Why Can’t We Walk Straight? from NPR on Vimeo.

Try as you might, you can’t walk in a straight line without a visible guide point, like the Sun or a star. You might think you’re walking straight, but as NPR’s Robert Krulwich reports, a map of your route would reveal you are doomed to walk in circles.

The Work of Videographer Miguel Fernández (periodista me)

Wonderful visuals the B/W works well, nice dash of Raging Bull!

I think the editing here is superb!

Catch a wave in Wyoming

By Rich Addicks, Special to CNN

Catch a wave in Wyoming

By Rich Addicks, Special to CNN

Jackson, Wyoming (CNN) — A surfboard atop a vehicle, 700 miles from the nearest ocean, is your first clue that the surf’s up in Wyoming.

Along the Snake River, just south of Jackson, Mother Nature provides a unique venue for the surf-obsessed in a region better known for wolves, grizzly bears, bison and the rugged Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks.

Enjoy the show!



  1. Great films! The Work of Videographer Miguel Fernández stood out to me because at times I was able to relate to what it might be like to be a boxer. The story being told through the visuals was about her training and you could see and feel that. Standing out was the shot with Soraya punching toward the camera, which gave me incite into what she might see when she is in the ring.

    Jon Vickers
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