Tag Archive: Ingrid Kopp

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

Adventures in Storytelling, Technology and Social Change

The Tribeca New Media Fund has been the site of important work for some time now in interactive and participatory storytelling. As well as commissioning some standout projects, the Director of Digital Initiatives,… Continue reading

12 Tweets from 2012 – expanded

1. “Bear 71 – haunting, terrific interactive doc” The new year saw the launch of one of the best interactive documentaries I’ve experienced ¬†– a bear’s memoir of life and death in Canada’s… Continue reading

Web Made Movies

John Grierson provided an enduring definition of documentary as the “creative treatment of actuality”. In the twenty first century, actuality encompasses all the data the web has to offer. Some artists – perhaps… Continue reading