The Unknown Photographer

About

New Frontier Exhibition
ClaimJumper​
573 Main St.
Friday, January 22–Friday, January 29, 1:00–8:00 p.m.

AND

New Frontier Gateway
136 Heber Ave.
Friday, January 22–Friday, January 29, 5:30–8:00 p.m. VR BAR
Saturday, January 30, 1:00–3:00 p.m.

Comprising historical photographs showcased in an extensive, interactive, and animated landscape, this deeply poetic and beautifully rendered immersive documentary leads viewers to journey into the heart of the First World War through hundreds of black and white photographs that were found in the abandoned workshop of a country house in Quebec, Canada.

YEAR 2015

SECTION NF VR Experience

COUNTRY Canada

RUN TIME 35 min

LANGUAGE English and French

COMPANY National Film Board of Canada

EMAIL l.r.tremblay@nfb.ca

PHONE 514-606-4272

Credits

Director
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Executive Producer
Producer
Researcher
Consultant
Production
Developer
Actor

Artist Bio

Loïc Suty

Loïc Suty holds degrees in science and philosophy, and has always been fascinated by the possibilities of conceptual, creative, and narrative innovations in the digital world. He has worked as an experience designer on experimental convergent projects at Turbulent since 2013. Prior to that, he worked in web editing with the Groupe de Recherches Musicales (INA-GRM), and as a copywriter in various Parisian agencies.


Osman Zeki

Osman Zeki is an enthusiastic seeker of knowledge who is passionate about the multimedia world and has worked on many interactive web projects. He joined the team at Turbulent as a developer in 2014. Driven by the belief that art and technology go hand-in-hand, Zeki understands the importance of innovating and brings an open spirit and creativity to overcome any technical constraints he faces.


Claudine Matte

With a passion for images, Claudine Matte has been involved in communications and visual arts for more than a decade. Having studied design along with visual and media arts, she sees her areas of expertise as complementary. After starting her career as a graphic designer, Claudine began to work at Turbulent in 2014 as artistic director. Her curiosity, love of innovation and spirit of collaboration have guided her creative approach.