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"Flipping the Model": The Future of Social Engagement Strategy

"As the field of documentary outreach matures from one where stories merely "raise awareness" to one where they may seed direct action, hear from three world-renowned impact producers and social engagement strategists, Lina Srivastava, Jennifer Macarthur, and Patricia Finneran, about the need and benefits to proactively plan and execute impact strategies for social issue films during production (not after), how engagement is a separate and distinct skill from outreach, the current state of social impact strategy, and how to pay for it."


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mirmilla's curator insight, February 24, 2014 10:51 AM

In one sentence: tune strategies alongside the film development and production

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Between the Lines: Storytelling in the New Landscape - i-Docs

Between the Lines: Storytelling in the New Landscape - i-Docs | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it

"This session (...) looked at the relationship between technology and storytelling, it’s function within the creation of non-linear narratives and the continued role of “old” storytelling telling methods." I-Docs

 

"Each technological change in filmmaking has influenced the way stories are crafted. Adapting to these new technologies has repeatedly been presented as a revolutionary new way of storytelling. The first films shot with handheld cameras allowed unprecedented access to events, and later, digital cameras made it cheaper to produce films. Now, with opportunities offered by new media, stories can be told in a non-linear fashion through different platforms, or made interactive. Do these new technologies truly revolutionize the way we document the world, or do they merely change the relationship between the maker and the viewer? Do the old methods of storytelling still apply to interactive or non-linear documentaries?

 

Speakers

Caspar Sonnen
Mandy Rose
Alexandre Brachet
William Uricchio

 

[from DocHouse & the Frontline Club Vimeo Channel]


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Could be interesting. Just have to find 90 min to watch it. 

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mirmilla's curator insight, July 27, 2013 2:15 PM

An interesting session on very current themes.