Following the Montreal Canadiens throughout the season, this series focuses on the lives of players and executives in Montreal and abroad. With its privileged access in ordinarily closed locations, 24CH will reveal to the public, as never before, behind the scenes of a hockey team. The audience will have a chance to better understand who these men are, who, day after day, live only for one thing: to win.
Brave, bold and benevolent, Polarman is a real-life superhero. This piece tells the origin story of Iqaluit's beloved, masked anti-bullying crusader, through an interactive mix of 360 video and comics drawn by Canadian artists Daniel Day, Leisha-Marie Riddle and Andrew Qappik.
Polarman was filmed, directed, produced, and programmed by Pinnguaq in conjunction with the Sesqui: Meridian project.
The spirit of water is alive in British Columbia. Acclaimed B.C. designer Marian Bantjes collaborates with B.C. electronic musician loscil, to create a dazzling, interactive geodesic sphere composed of looped video segments of different kinds of water, accompanied by an evolving, generative soundscape that changes as users look around the space.
Pinnguaq and Sesqui collaborated to bring this idea to life.
A 360° documentary. Experience the aftermath of a diesel spill near the First Nations community of Bella Bella. See how the spill has affected one family — join a family dinner of seafood gathered before the spill, which will change the way the community eats “for who knows how long.”
Indigenous art comes alive in an animated mural created through a collaboration between students from the First Nation of PIkangikum, Ontario, artist Michael Cywink and filmmaker Amanda Strong. Interactive animation vividly brings to life traditional Ojibwe teachings.
Pinnguaq created the technology that powers it all and turned into a unique interactive piece that is as engaging from a storytelling perspective, as it is technical.