This past January I had the pleasure of attending a “Digi-Camp” training session at the NFB‘s Digital Studio in Vancouver. The 2-day crash course was intended to introduce Production teams to the world of digital storytelling with a focus on technical workflow.
Some of the world’s best interactive documentaries have originated from this studio including Bear 71, Circa 1948, The Devil’s Toy Redux and my personal favourite, Welcome to Pine Point, so it was super cool to see how they work and develop these amazing projects from concept to completion.
Special thanks to Kathryn Lynch, Production Supervisor at the Pacific Studio who gave us the Coles Notes tour of Vancouver. Some of my photos below.