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Jennifer Merin

Hot Hacks: Creating "Web Native" Nonfiction Content

By May 8, 2012

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ITVS Intreactive and Mozilla have been partnering on the Living Docs Project to help documentary filmmakers to create "Web native" interactive content that can further engage audiences in the issues raised in their films.

The latest iteration of their program was Hot Hacks, the program's most recent two day intensive workshop, held April 28-29, was staged at Hot Docs 2012 in Toronto.

Six documentarians with nonfiction works in progress were paired with six Web developers who used Mozilla's Popcorn program and other burgeoning technologies to create interactive 'Web native' content prototypes. Read more...

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