Curious about what i-Docs was like last year? have a look to the video that we have just uploaded on our http://i-docs.org/ website. You’ll find there lots of new articles too… from Brett Gaylor, Jogar metha, Paulina Tervo, Eva Dominguez… to state a few… really good stuff!
We are fine tuning i-Docs at the moment, take a second to check our programme online! We have added two full day workshops on the most recently launched authoring tools in the market: Klynt and 3WDOC. Book your tickets if you are interested as there is very limited space! If you are into interactive documentaries, […]
While preparing for the forthcoming i-Docs conference, and thinking about what a great year 2011 has been for factual narratives, we started a discussion between Arnau Gifreu and myself to see if we agreed on the i-docs trends that are emerging just in front of our eyes. Arnau proposed to come up with 10 points […]
For those of you that have been following this long long writing process of mine, here is my last PhD chapter: chapter 7 is totally dedicated to participatory documentaries, and it takes Global Lives as a main cases study. Feel free to download it from here and to comment on it. But please remember that, […]
The case study that I have chosen for my last PhD chapter is Global Lives, by David Harris. The project is still in its development phase but it is one of the few cases of interactive documentaries where a common Governance is being tried out. Basically Global Lives is inspired by the way the Wikipedia Foundation works: […]
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