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How is being transformed the "traditional" documentary ? "interactive", "transmedia", "webdoc" ...adjectives that make the difference.
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Fort McMoney (Making of)

"A game documentary that engages players with the petroleum industry, Fort McMoney is the virtual representation of a real place, the town of Fort McMurray, located in Canada’s oil sands.

 

Decide on the future of the world’s largest energy project by conducting an investigation and discovering the project’s main economic, environmental and social issues.

Over two years of investigations, 60 days of shoots and nearly 50 interviews.

 

Each part is a four-week cycle in real time. The first part will begin on November 25, 2013, the second on January 20, 2014 and the third on February 24, 2014.

 

Created and directed by David Dufresne,this documentary game is produced by Toxa and the National Film Board of Canada, in association with ARTE. Presented in partnership with Radio-Canada, Le Monde, The Globe and Mail and Süddeutsche.de.
It’s your turn to play!"

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A glimpse of what appears to be the event of IDFA 2013

 

For French speakers, look also this

«Fort McMoney» : l’avant-première du jeu documentaire - Le blog documentaire  http://bit.ly/1bys8Nh

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Hands On All Media Producing - Firelight

"Hands On – All Media Producing is a compendium of tips, advice
and experiences for producers and filmmakers.

 

Our goal in writing Hands On is to share what we’ve learnt over the
last fifteen years and to hopefully encourage you to make your next
project an All Media production.

 

All Media projects represent the future of the screen industry. The
entire cultural landscape is changing in response to the growing
integration of content and brands across media platforms and the
increasingly prominent roles that consumers are playing in shaping
how they want to be entertained. That is, anywhere, anytime, on
any device"

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A clear guide.

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David Dufresne : « Documentaire & jeu vidéo: des univers de plus en plus poreux »

David Dufresne : « Documentaire & jeu vidéo: des univers de plus en plus poreux » | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

"Documentariste, « journaliste à l’ancienne » et réalisateur de webdocumentaires comme il aime se définir, David Dufresne est un passionné des nouvelles écritures. Quand le web permet d’imaginer d’autres formats, interactifs, non linéaires, qui flirtent même parfois avec le jeu vidéo."


Doc-Cast #1 David Dufresne : « R&D du monde documentaire »

 

Rencontres Internationales du Documentaire de Montréal

13-24 nov. 2013

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Interview very interesting about the relationship between webdocumentary  and video games

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Immersive Storytelling and Presentation Tools for Journalists

Immersive Storytelling and Presentation Tools for Journalists | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

A collection of platforms which are centred on making text, images and video more visually captivating, interactive and immersive


With publishers keen to keep viewers engaged, many are looking at opportunities to offer more immersive storytelling experiences, and add greater depth to the content they are producing, be it text, video or images.

A number of news outlets have worked to produce content which delivers a more immersive experience than traditional templates or styles may allow, such as the oft-cited New York Times Snow Fall feature,


Via Robin Good
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Not only for journalists... 

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21st Cent. Learners's curator insight, November 15, 2013 1:58 PM

Written for journalists, this article is of interest to educators too.  Some grat tools for creating great multi-media presentations.  Imagine what learners might produce with these...

Moses B. Tambason's curator insight, November 15, 2013 10:21 PM

Watch this video to help the special needs in Africa this thanks giving holiday http://www.africatube.net/video/932/Neglected-people-of-Africa-need-your-help ;

GIANFRANCO MARINI's curator insight, November 17, 2013 1:21 PM

Da http://www.journalism.co.uk 9 strumenti web based per lo storytelling. Si tratta di strumenti che consentono di realizzare storie visuali con elementi multimediali e interattivi.

 

Utili per la content curation e per realizzare presentazioni.

 

Possono essere utilizzati senza problemi nelal didattica per realizzare raccolte e/o narrazioni di eventi e/o problemi di carattere disciplinare e interdisciplinare.

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Le transmedia ou comment raconter une histoire différemment

Le transmedia ou comment raconter une histoire différemment
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A Crack at Algorithms: Bridging the Gap Between Humans and Computers

A Crack at Algorithms: Bridging the Gap Between Humans and Computers | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
In a world where our lives are increasingly run by computers, algorithms have become the mathematical calculations at the center of how we find what movies to go see, what flights to take and what stocks to buy.

 

These algorithms live in the background - we don’t see them or ever have to understand them.

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Le webdocumentaire, entre approximation et expérimentation

Le webdocumentaire, entre approximation et expérimentation | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

"Le webdocumentaire reste encore confidentiel dans son exposition et ses audiences, morcelé dans ses consultations.

 

Il est surtout devenu un mot valise derrière lequel se range un peu tout et son contraire, des œuvres multimédias les plus exigeantes (notamment celles de l’ONF/Office national du film au Canada) jusqu’au diaporama sonore d’entreprises détaillant leurs activités.

 

Il n’a pas réussi à concurrencer la force d’abstraction de certains documentaires linéaires, où l’acuité du regard de l’auteur demeure la pierre angulaire. Il est resté au stade de la promesse ni complètement tenue, ni complètement manquée. L’espoir subsiste, donc."

 

par Bruno Masi

[E-dossier : Le documentaire, un genre multiforme / E-dossiers de l'audiovisuel / Publications / INA Expert - Accueil - INA Expert]

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Have a lokk also to the entire report here: http://bit.ly/1cR0U79

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Djehouti lance Racontr, une plateforme pour les créateurs interactifs

Djehouti lance Racontr, une plateforme pour les créateurs interactifs | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

(...) nous lançons aujourd’hui la version beta de la première plateforme globale dédiée aux narrations interactives : Racontr. Prononcez ra-con-teur. Un endroit pour réunir les auteurs, journalistes, réalisateurs, artistes, photographes, graphistes, producteurs de contenu et les laisser librement créer et partager leurs webdocumentaires, vidéos interactives, sites web et applications mobiles, BD interactive, articles enrichis et tous ces nouveaux formats qui constituent le futur de la narration, du storytelling.

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Can't wait to figure out how it works

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Digital religions: MozFest and the "let's make it" paradigm - Interactive Factual

Digital religions: MozFest and the "let's make it" paradigm - Interactive Factual | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
MozFest is an incredible event: digital creatives mix during a week-end to create "things" together. Why should interactive documentary makers be there?
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A rich report on what happened at the Mozfest ... Very interesting the introduction of the Design Thinking applied to "journalism design"

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Judith Aston discusses iDoc Business Models | Video Interview

Judith Aston discusses iDoc Business Models | Video Interview | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

1. Which could be a possible business model behind the interactive documentary?

According to Dr. Aston, there are a large number of emerging business models, such as the digital publishing business model for the ipad, an interactive television business model, a community driven business model, etc.

2. Which are active countries in relation to the production of interactive documentaries?

In Canada there’s a long tradition of supporting documentary practices and in France there’s a strong tradition of supporting the Arts. Exciting art projects are of value in France. There’s some interesting work in Australia and also in the early days there was work coming from the BBC. There are pockets all over the world where support has been provided, but Canada and France have given continual support and that’s why they are so advanced now.

 

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Pity that this interview has been broken up into 6 parts.

To see them all together, go to Vimeo channel: http://bit.ly/16Rg1yQ

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Judith Aston defines Interactive Documentary | Video Interview

Judith Aston defines Interactive Documentary | Video Interview | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

"Our third interviewee is Judith Aston,  co-founder of i-Docs (i-Docs.org,  DCRC) and Senior Lecturer in Creative Media at the University of the West of England. She holds a PhD in Interaction Design from the Royal College Art and a Masters degree in Social Science from the University of Cambridge.

 

Working with the BBC Interactive Television Unit on pioneering interactive videodisc projects in the mid-1980s, she has witnessed the development of interactive documentary from the ground up. "

 

by Arnau Gifreu Castells - OpenDocLab visiting research affiliate

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Une vision transmédia du Tourisme

Présentation du 23/10/13 par Nathalie Paquet au 1er Meetup Tourisme Digital organisé par Cap Digital au Lieu du Design. Plus d'information : http://www.capdig
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Coming back soon

Just a week

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State of Play: The Multiplatform Transmedia Industry | PERSONALIZE MEDIA

State of Play: The Multiplatform Transmedia Industry | PERSONALIZE MEDIA | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
Where are the truly original and/or mature multi platform transmedia services and how will we get there?

by Gary Hayes

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Some more content about Gary Hayes' keynote at Merging Media - Vancouver

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Manifeste pour les nouvelles écritures : Énoncé d'intention sur la production culturelle numérique et interactive québécoise

Manifeste pour les nouvelles écritures : Énoncé d'intention sur la production culturelle numérique et interactive québécoise | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
Manifeste pour les nouvelles écritures : Énoncé d'intention sur la production culturelle numérique et interactive québécoise
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In the field of interactivity, I think that French is the official language.

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Transmedia adj. - end of the debate, phew :) I GIVE UP! Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love Transmedia

Transmedia adj. - end of the debate, phew :) I GIVE UP! Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love Transmedia | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
As many have written before, ‘transmedia’ is a divisive term, laden with all manner of conflicting ideas and sometimes wielded as a political weapon by people with differing business and personal agendas.

Via Gary Hayes
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A useful simplification to clean off the field by many ambiguities

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Quote " This was followed by a discussion of how ‘transmedia’ can be used as an adjective instead of a noun, which isnot a new idea, but in this context suddenly felt less like a theoretical point, and more like the Truth.

This solved many problems. For example, a phrase like “transmedia performance art” which used to make me throw up a little, suddenly seemed perfectly in tune with the Universe. If you’re trying to create a definition of “transmedia” that refers to a thing with specific attributes then “transmedia performance art” will cause a major case of cognitive dissonance. However, if the word itself is defined as an attribute, suddenly your marbles all find their way home."

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How Do We Measure the Impact of Documentaries? Data from the Puma Impact Award Nominees

How Do We Measure the Impact of Documentaries? Data from the Puma Impact Award Nominees | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
In the world of social issue filmmaking, great work is being done in linking films to real-world issues that need attention.

 

"But at the same time, more and more pressure is being placed on filmmakers to prove that their film is making real-world impact.

The jurors for this year's Puma Impact Award -- Susan Sarandon, Ricken Patel, Gael Garcia Bernal, Zadie Smith, and Eric Schlosser --  have the unenviable task of choosing a winner for a 50,000 Euro reward in honor of the outreach campaigning done by the filmmakers behind one of this year's five nominated films. 

 

Indiewire received exclusive access to more information on the winner's outreach, and we're reporting back on the impact campaigns from each one of the 5 films that were nominated for this year's Puma Impact Award.

(...) Comparing the five films, you can see that social media activity interacts with real-world actions in interesting ways.  It's not the be all end all of social impact, but it does prove that you're engaging people in a certain way. "

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Interesting and "useful" numbers to understand how the (linear) documentary can reach its audiences. A close alliance between the web and traditional paths

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Navigating the Expanding Transmedia Multiplatform Universe and State of the Industry by Gary Hayes

A 2nd day keynote at Merging Media 2013 in Vancouver Canada. Slides formatted for widescreen. A 50 min prez. http://mergingmedia.ca/events/mm2013/conference/ov

 

"From idea to proof of concept to build to users and back again - here's a quick review of opportunities in some of the latest multi-platform production techniques and services.

How do we make choices with so many digital media platforms and Apps available to us now?

What methodologies can we use to find the most appropriate medium and technology to adopt for our latest story property?

With so many distribution channels, how do we create, reach and ensure that we are user centric and able to distribute and grow our Multiplatform creations?

Transmedia Guru, recent ABC TV Multiplatform Product Manager and StoryLabs CEO, Gary Hayes, maps out the challenges faced in designing a cohesive story universe today."

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Top 5 of our Favorite Things: Participatory Documentaries | Submarine Channel

Top 5 of our Favorite Things: Participatory Documentaries | Submarine Channel | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

Technology is changing how we tell stories on many levels, but perhaps most importantly it’s the role audiences now get to play in guiding the narrative. Take participatory documentaries, which have emerged as a way to share stories about communities by including the voices of people in the community itself – both in the making and distribution of the content.

Naturally, projects that deal with people impacted by a situation — from economical and geographical to social and political — gravitate to this type of format. The storytelling process becomes both inclusive and collaborative, where the end result is a co-creation between documentary makers and the community at large. Here’s our Top 5 pick of participatory documentaries, some of which are never ending stories that change every day and couldn’t exist without people’s participation, whether local or global.

 

 

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The distinction between linear and interactive documentaries, Part 2 | Open Doc Lab at MIT

The distinction between linear and interactive documentaries, Part 2 | Open Doc Lab at MIT | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

Physical Involvement and Organic Entities

 

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[the] physical response demanded of the interactor is realized by means of the elements which the interactive documentary proposes: the modalities of navigation and interaction. Bill Nichols’ methods of representation were relevant in the case of linear documentaries, but in the present case – the analysis of interactive documentaries – the key components are navigation and interaction.

 

This perspective redirects attention from the documentary as a finished product, which can be analyzed through styles and conventions (camera position, the use of voice in off, the style of editing, the political role, etc..) to the study of the documentary as a dynamic form, as a system composed of its relations with different realities (people who have been interviewed, the mediation of the camera, the inner thoughts of the author, user participation, the cultural and economic context , etc.).

 

by Arnau Gifreu Castells

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Second part.

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StoryCode Forum October 2013

Sue Schardt discusses Air's most recent endeavor, LOCALORE. Michael Watson and Nick Ljubicich presents TO FALL AND TO BE FREE.
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Have a look at how many good actions AIR's Localore is doing 

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« Chasing Bonnie & Clyde » – Carnet de route #3

« Chasing Bonnie & Clyde » – Carnet de route #3 | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

Troisième épisode des aventures d’Olivier Lambert et Thomas Salva sur Le Blogdocumentaire… Pour rappel, les deux auteurs sont partis sur les traces de Bonnie Parker et Clyde Barrow, pour explorer notamment la réinsertion d’anciens prisonniers au Texas. En jeu : une expérience documentaire transmédia sur la justice aux Etats-Unis. Carnet de route n°3, qui aborde l’épineuse question du financement. (Le premier épisode est ici ; le deuxième là).


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Are Video Games the New Docs? – Point of View Magazine

Are Video Games the New Docs? – Point of View Magazine | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
Far from mere escapism, video games might be an ideal medium for exploring social issues. And as Pipe Trouble proves, they can make some people very uncomfortable.

 

"Had the project existed only as a documentary, media outlets likely would not have batted an eyelash about the thematic inclusion of ecoterrorism, but videogames seem to be perceived differently.

“There’s an assumption that games are for kids—not for that 18-to-35 audience we were trying to hit,” Jansen says. In fact, according to the ESAC, the average Canadian gamer is 31."

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Interactivity For Journalism & Story

Interactivity For Journalism & Story | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

"An extended interview by Adam Westbrook with Guy Gunaratne from Storygami discussing interactivity for journalism..."

 

republished on i-Docs

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A very interesting interview

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A Game of Shark and Minnow

A Game of Shark and Minnow | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
Who Will Win Control of the South China Sea?
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Parallax, moving images, text, pictures... Another great experience from the NYT

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