Related websites

A collection of  blogs and websites about i-docs put together by the i-Docs team. We’d love to grow this list, so please send suggestions via email or our Facebook group.

Collabdocs – a blog about the intersection between documentary and Web 2.0.  By Mandy Rose (Digital Cultures Research Centre, University of the the West of England). – PhD research website by Sandra Gaudenzi (Goldsmiths, University of London). You will find here critical entries about new i-docs projects, a PhD blog and all her PhD chapters.

Come/In/Doc– Output from Arnau Gifreu’s (Universitat Ramón LLull / Universitat de Vic, Spain) PhD research: An interactive documentary about the interactive documentary.

Interactive Factual – Follow up to Sandra Gaudenzi’s PhD blog – interactive factual is a blog exploring new ways of documenting reality. Features the UX Series – incredibly useful resource with expert interviews.

The TMC Resource Kit – A Transmedia, Multiplatform, Convergence online “how to” kit for people that want to learn more about this field. Great transmedia in depth case studies. Created by  Dr Siobhan O’Flynn and Anthea Foyer.

Living Docs – An initiative founded by Mozilla and the Tribecca Film Institute to facilitate the learning of i-docs skills. They organize hack days, mentoring, training  and they co-finance some projects.

MIT Open Documentary Lab – Launched in Spring 2012 this MIT Lab aims at bringing together technologists, storytellers and scholars to forge new interesting i-docs.

Moments of Innovation – Created for IDFA 2014 by the MIT OpenDocLab – Moments of Innovation charts the convergence of documentary and technology. – a very comprehensive French website by Louis Villers where you will find interviews, blogs, case studies and French i-docs news.

Le Blog Documentaire – a website by that goes deep into documentary production and new trends – special category for emerging documentary practices.

New_Documentary – an initiative of Adrian Miles: an email list for people wishing to discuss i-docs matters at an academic level.

POV Blog – Not always focused on interactive documentary, but includes posts from events & POV Hackathons.

Interactive Documentary (i-Docs) –  our very own scoop it site where we agglomerates i-docs  blogs, tweets and articles coming from the web.

Documentary Evolution – a scoop it site  by Mirmilla that is always up to date with what is hot in i-docs land.

The Digital Rocking chair – a scoop it site by Fiona Millburn about transmedia in the digital age.

MIT Docubase – an interactive curated database of the people, projects, and technologies transforming documentary in the digital age.

NFB/interactive – a portal through which to browse all of National Film Board of Canada’s i-docs projects to date.

DocShift – a comprehensive archive of i-docs by the Documentary Organization of Canada.

idfa DOCLAB – show-casting the amazing international range of webdocs presented at idfa DOCLAB so far.

TFI Sandbox – all the projects sustained by the Tribeca Film Insitute… and more.

XO Labs – blog and site for an international training organization dedicated to developing the production of crossmedia content and exploring the creative and commercial challenges of developing digital media. Interactive arm of Sheffield Doc/Fest.

Arte Webproductions – the entire collection of webdocs produced by Franco-German television Arte.

Le Monde Webdocumentaire – all the webdocs produced by French newspaper Le Monde.

If you think we’ve missed any resources off this page – please contact