Experience new documentary audiovisual forms that redefine the art of moviemaking.
Twelve pieces that form a collection of interactive haikus. They were all created for a competition in which their authors were bound by a set of rules: the poems were to be available internationally, they were to use sound, have no navigation menu, and be no more than one minute long.
A showcase of the results of an archival content workshop and a debate on the re-use of digital collections by creative industries.
See a selection of projects making use of new, interactive storytelling methods.
“I know where your cat lives” proclaims artist and programmer Owen Mundy. And indeed – the website created by him can not only recognize pictures of cats from the web, but also precisely pinpoint where they were uploaded.
After moving online, traditional media lost the ability to monopolize the attention of the audience. On the Internet, content has to compete not only with content in the same time slot, but also with a billion websites. The question is: is it possible to create longform, high-quality narratives in a world where capturing the attention of the viewer and holding onto it for as long as possible is the ultimate objective?
A documentary platform game about fonts, in which the player guides a colon through the history of typography.
A high-tech multifunction auditorium ready for 4K screenings, concerts, and theatre plays, a mediatheque with a rich collection of unique audiovisual materials, a plethora of workshops and classes for both children and senior citizens, and Café Gorączka (the Fever Café) — all of it and more now available to visitors at the newly renovated headquarters of the National Audiovisual Institute (NInA), the most cutting-edge audiovisual arts center that has recently opened its doors in Warsaw.
During the 2015 international EUscreen conference in Warsaw, we will discuss the benefits and challenges of memory institutions in making available online their AV collections.
June 1, 2017 marks the beginning of operations for FINA (National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute), a new cultural institution established by the merger of the National Film Archive and the National Audiovisual Institute. The mission of the newly-formed organization will entail the collection, cataloging, and digital restoration of audiovisual heritage as well as efforts to produce, record, and promote Polish audiovisual culture.