Sons of Gallipoli


This interactive is about one of the bloodiest battles (lasting 9 months and seeing over 500,000 casualties) from World War I for ceramics brand Kale. The digital project commemorated the event’s 100th anniversary, and was told from the two opposing Turkish and Aussie sides. The Toronto production shop pieced together new and archived footage as well as handwritten notes from those affected by the battle. It was innovative in its use of a “picture in picture view” that allowed viewers to follow the film while simultaneously being able to explore related photos and content.

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