Category Archive: DCRC

i-Docs – Check out the Programme – Join us in Bristol!

The i-Docs Programme is now live and we’ve got a very exciting line up.  Film makers  Elaine McMillion Sheldon (Hollow), Jeanie Finlay (Sound it Out, The Great Hip Hop Hoax), Sharon Daniel (Inside… Continue reading

13 Tweets from 2013 – Revisited

1. Snow Fall – wonderful interactive journalism. The year started with the New York Times launch of the stunning Snow Fall. With photos, video and graphic visualisations seamlessly embedded within this in-depth story… Continue reading

Searching for Happiness

Today I’m writing about my own production – Searching for Happiness. The project soft launched in May. Since then we’ve been doing some additional development work to create a version that’s accessible on more… Continue reading

Storytelling in the New Landscape

Recently posted – video of a session that I took part in back in May at Between the Lines – a festival organised by DocHouse and the Frontline Club in London exploring, “the challenges… Continue reading

American Futures – Hollow & Question Bridge

June 20th saw the launch of Hollow – Elaine McMillion’s ambitious interactive documentary about post-industrial life and hope in McDowell County, West Virginia. Dealing with one community but telling a common story of rural America,… Continue reading

The Awra Amba Experience

Awra Amba is a village in the Amhara region of Northern Ethiopia founded by Zumra Nuru (above) where remarkable improvements have been made in the standard of living, education, gender equality, and health through… Continue reading

i-Docs Lab

Digital Bristol Week – Judith Aston, Sandra Gaudenzi & Mandy Rose at BBC Bristol

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Future Documentary Ideas Labs

The call is out for the REACT Hub Future Documentary Ideas Labs – a unique opportunity to develop ideas in emerging documentary. “We’re bringing together creative companies and arts and humanities academics who… Continue reading

The DCRC Seeks a New Director

Could you be the new director of the Digital Culture Research Centre? With the Centre’s founder Jon Dovey now running the REACT Hub, and his successor Helen Kennedy heading for pastures new in… Continue reading