Digital Stories

Here are a few digital stories from different storytellers. Some are produced by trainers you can find on this website, others were done by participants of workshops held by these trainers and even others are just wonderful examples for DS. You can find storytelling “seniors” and newbies, films about various topics and that hopefully gives you an idea how you can use DS.

Cina Lo

Cina Lo

“Cina Lo”: Produced by Roy Thaniago in a Storytelling Workshop in Germany before the Global Media Forum 2014. Language: English

Hybrid

Hybrid

“Hybrid”: Produced by Thalia Rahme in a Storytelling Workshop in Germany before the Global Media Forum 2014. Language: English

Wir sind ...

Wir sind …

“Wir sind …”: Produced by Marianne Siede and Niklas Alof in a Storytelling Workshop in Cologne, Germany in January 2014. Language: German

Long Way to Freedom

Long Way to Freedom

“Long Way to Freedom”: Produced by Clarissa J. A. Luttmann, Tarek Shukrallah and Leonard Mitchell in a Storytelling Workshop in Cologne, Germany in January 2014. Language: English

Déjà Vu

Déjà Vu

“Déjà Vu”: Produced by Lara Kirch in a Storytelling Workshop in Cologne, Germany in January 2014. Language: English

Lines and Dots

Lines and Dots

“Lines and Dots”: Produced by MK in a Storytelling Workshop in Bonn, Germany during the Global Media Forum 2013. Language: English

What Matters

What Matters

“What Matters”: Produced by Mercy Abang in a Storytelling Workshop in Bonn, Germany during the Global Media Forum 2013. Language: English

Home movies

Home movies

Dana Atchley is one of the first storytellers and this is one of his most famous stories. Language: English

Childhood dot exe

Childhood dot exe

“Kindheit punkt exe”: A story produced by Tobias Streblow during a storytelling workshop in Germany. Language: German / Subtitles: English

Farming Changes

Farming Changes

“Farming Changes”: A wonderful little story about climate change by Heather Rogers together with Project ASPECT. Language: English