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Mandy Rose on authorship and new logics in interactive documentary | Video Interview | OpenDocLab

Mandy Rose on authorship and new logics in interactive documentary | Video Interview | OpenDocLab | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it

"1.Do you believe there is a change in the logics of production, distribution and exhibition?

2.Do you consider the role of the author threatened in this specific form?"


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mirmilla's curator insight, February 2, 2014 9:44 AM

This new pill interview it's back to talk about one of the themes of a certain criticism of the interactive documentary.

 

As the number of pills seems to be very long, those who want to follow it step by step look here: http://bit.ly/1fmehg5

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Virtual Scrapbooks | Open Documentary Lab at MIT

Virtual Scrapbooks | Open Documentary Lab at MIT | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it

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"How do web documentaries tell stories? How do those stories build on, and depart from, traditional film narrative?"

 

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For Katie Edgerton (MIT’s Open Documentary Lab)

the key differentiator between internet-based documentaries and theatrical docs is this issue of narrative.

 

The web and the documentary storytelling can take advantage of their own strengths, but transform the documentary genre as we were used to.

 

A topic to investigate.


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Documentary Object-ivity? | Open Documentary Lab at MIT

Documentary Object-ivity? | Open Documentary Lab at MIT | Stories - an experience for your audience - | Scoop.it

Another interesting report of the Mozilla Festival 2012, this time focused on the relationship between three major players:  documentary art form, technology and physical world.

 

excerpts:

 

Why are we doc makers hurrying to migrate our art form onto the web, when technologists are clamoring to move their art off of it and back into the physical world?

 

What can documentary learn from physical computing?

 

 


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