Tag Archive: Jean Rouch

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

Are you happy?

Today we launched The Are you happy? Project website. The project invites people to provide their answers to the question which provoked such a memorable response when it was posed by Marceline Loridan and… Continue reading

Are You Happy?

What is it that makes us happy – people, things, experiences? What is a happy life in 2010? And how do we balance personal contentment with our relationships and responsibilities to the wider community and the… Continue reading

Documentary Now!

Last week I was at a gathering of around 200 academics and practitioners (quite a few of whom these days span both worlds) for the annual Documentary Now! Conference at Birkbeck College, London.… Continue reading

The Jean Rouch Project

On Wednesday I was lucky to be at a Paris screening of the seminal documentary – “Chronique d’un Ete” (“Chronicle of a Summer”) which was being shown, almost fifty years after it was… Continue reading