Lost Time Media’s Robinder Uppal and Marc Serpa Francoeur explored non-traditional documentary forms at Hot Docs 2015 for Point of View Magazine. Check out our take on one of the creators at the forefront of the burgeoning world of documentary video games in Navid Khonsari and the Doc Game Revolution, and our thoughts on The Power of Interactive Doc as Collective Experience in response to the live performance of the final chapter of the NFB’s Highrise project.
Lost Time Media is excited to announce that Marc Serpa Francoeur has received a production grant from the Ontario Arts Council for the The Head & The Hand.
As part of a timely initiative at Ryerson University entitled Partnership for Change: The RBC Immigrant, Diversity and Inclusion Project, Lost Time Media has been awarded a grant towards the completion of The World in Ten Blocks – Interactive .
In collaboration with Lost Time Media, the Toronto-based non-profit media arts organization Year Zero One has launched Queerstory just in time for World Pride in Toronto! The self directed walking tour app contains 40+ mini-docs and media artworks at over 30 Points of Interest covering a century of Toronto’s colourful LGBTQ history. Check out a short write up in the Daily Xtra.
Lost Time Media is excited to announce that Robinder Uppal has received a production grant from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts for the The Royal Women Association.
Lost Time Media is proud to announce that The World in Ten Blocks – Interactive prototype has won the Participants’ Choice award at PBS’ POV Hackathon 6 in Los Angeles. The event took place from May 17-18, 2014. Check out the coverage by Laura Almo on the IDA’s online version of Documentary Magazine.