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Interactive documentary is a developing new field of audiovisual nonfiction.
Presented by nonfictionLab.
Interactive documentary combines documentary film with the possibilities made available by the internet and new media. RMIT’s nonfictionLab is hosting a research symposium that offers new ideas about interactive documentary. Presentations are from theorists and practitioners in the field of interactive documentary. The symposium will be a lively introduction and contribution to discussion and debate about this new form of multilinear, multimedia nonfiction.
This is a free symposium. To register your interest in attending please email your name to: email@example.com
Affect and Ambient Documentary
Adrian Miles (RMIT, Melbourne)
Documentary, instructions and experiences of place
Bettina Frankham (UTS, Sydney)
Between art and documentary (Miniatures & series: journeys across the surface of the earth)
Cathie Payne (University of Newcastle)
New Narratives for New Media: Exploiting the potential of emergent media for the production of hybrid documentaries
Dean Keep (Swinburne, Melbourne)
Moments of Noticing: I See You as a Speculative Work Towards an Essayistic List Practice in Interactive Documentary
Hannah Brasier (RMIT, Melbourne)
#24Frames 24Hours: An emerging documentary form: Workshop-generated videos
Max Schleser (Massey, NZ)
A Documentary Designer Manifesto: Propositions for Interactive Documentary Practice on the Web
Seth Keen (RMIT University, Melbourne)