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Cardboard Crash

Vincent McCurley & the NFB Digital Studio
2016

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  • Official Selection 2016Sundance institute

  • Best Immersive Experience SelectionCanadian Screen Awards 2017

  • First Runner-UpJapan Prize 2017 - Creative Frontier Category

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Vincent McCurley
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Vincent McCurley

Vincent McCurley is a Developer / Creative Technologist at the National Film Board of Canada’s Digital Studio with over 15 years experience designing and developing multi-platform interactive projects. Playing a malleable role at the NFB, Vincent often switches between technical director, information architect, UX designer, and programmer to help filmmakers and artists use technology to tell stories in creative and innovative ways.

His work in interactive documentary includes the Webby award-winning projects Bear 71, Welcome to Pine Point, the Last Hunt and God’s Lake Narrows.
When not tinkering with the latest story-telling technologies, Vincent enjoys sharing his knowledge of interactive media as an instructor at UBC, BCIT and FDU.


Loc Dao
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Loc Dao

Loc is the Executive Producer & Creative Technologist of the NFB Digital Studio in Vancouver.

Loc is the co-founder (along with partner in crime Rob McLaughlin) of the groundbreaking NFB Digital and CBC Radio 3 studios and their industry shifting bodies of work. The combination of his experience in digital strategy, editorial, web development, content production and architecting large scale internet delivery systems brings a rare multi-dimensional approach that pushes the boundaries of what can be done with story, form and platform.

His recent work Seven Digital Deadly Sins, Circa 1948, The Last Hunt, Bear 71, Welcome to Pinepoint and Waterlife has been credited with inventing the new form of the interactive documentary.

Loc’s CBC Radio 3 is one of the world’s first cross media success stories combining the award winning CBC Radio 3 web magazine, terrestrial and satellite radio, podcasts and 3 user generated content sites that preceded MySpace and YouTube.

The weekly CBC Radio 3 Digital magazine was one of the first interactive media products in the world and has been referenced in numerous publications and recognized with over 30 awards.

Loc started his career in radio news and entertainment and produced live concert and studio session recordings of artists such as Oasis, Radiohead, Frank Black, Iggy Pop, Modest Mouse, Bjork, The Cure and more for CBC Radio.

Loc has received over 100 awards most notably Digital Producer of the Year, nine Webby Awards, two New York Festivals Grand Prizes, three Online Journalism Awards, a Prix Italia, the FWA Site of the Year 2012 and a Cannes Cyber Lion.


NFB Digital Studio
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NFB Digital Studio

The NFB Digital Studio is a co-creation and experimental laboratory based in Vancouver, Canada working at the intersection of story, form, platform and technology.

The studio has co-created and produced award-winning interactive works for the web, mobile devices, and physical installations such as Seven Digital Deadly Sins, Circa 1948, Bear 71, Welcome to Pine Point, The Test Tube with David Suzuki, The Last Hunt and more (available on nfb.ca/interactive).

The  National  Film  Board  of  Canada,  one  of  the  world’s  leading  content hubs, created the studio in 2009. In that time their projects have won over 40 awards including five Webby Awards, an FWA Site of the Year, several Canadian Screen Awards and Banff Rockies, and a Cannes Cyber Lion.

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  • 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.