A Temporary Contact Sara Kolster and Nirit Peled 2018 | 60 sec Mobile Hop on your phone to embark on a journey… A short mobile documentary takes you on a long bus trip to prison. To get on the bus, subscribe and you will receive messages through WhatsApp. veryveryshort.com/temporarycontact Promo Clip Teaser Team Sara Kolster Creator Biography Photo Sara Kolster Sara Kolster is an independent interactive director and designer who specializes in digital storytelling. As an independent maker, she creates interactive stories with socially committed themes. In collaboration with artists, writers, museums and creative programmers, she recently developed projects such as the virtual reality animations Out of Sight (Dutch Filmfestival 2016) and Drawing Room (IDFA DocLab Award 2015), the web documentaries Imperial Courts (DDG award) and Love Radio (IDFA DocLab, Silver Camera), the interactive video Hidden Wounds (IDFA DocLab, Reflecting Images 2013), the online field recording project SoundTransit (Tokyo Art Prize) and the live-cinema project ResonanCities. Her work has been shown at international festivals and exhibitions in Amsterdam, São Paulo, Tokyo and Berlin. Photo Nirit Peled Creator Biography Photo Nirit Peled Nirit Peled is an independent documentary filmmaker and artist. She has a special interest in public space, particularly in relation to new technologies and new social and political movements. In her practice she conducts visual research on storytelling, which first translated into performative acts like designing video-based installations and VJing in clubs, but she has gradually rejected art spaces to turn her attention towards public space. In recent years, Nirit has directed her own documentary films (Say My Name, 2009; Superjoden, 2013) and worked for Dutch broadcaster VPRO’s Tegenlicht (since 2014). She also teaches a course on new forms of storytelling at Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. Photo Press Relations Marie-Claude Lamoureux NFB Publicist – Montreal C. : 514-297-7192 email@example.com | @MC_ONF About the NFB The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is one of the world’s leading digital content hubs, creating groundbreaking interactive documentaries and animation, mobile content, installations and participatory experiences. NFB interactive productions and digital platforms have won 100 awards, including 21 Webbys. To access this award-winning content and discover the work of NFB creators, visit NFB.ca, download its apps for mobile devices or visit NFB Pause. About ARTE ARTE is a public French-German television network that has supported European culture since the early ’90s. Most of its programming is provided by its French and German partners, including ZDF. About 55% of the programs are documentaries, 25% are feature films and 15% are news-related programs, while 5% feature music and other performing arts. ARTE’s mission is to strengthen understanding and ties amongst people in Europe through culture and inspiring, innovative programs.