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PhD: passed!

My PhD viva (viva voce = oral examination = defense) was last Tuesday the 20th of November. It went extremely well, and I can say that I feel very lucky because the two hours of intense discussion felt stimulating and positive. It was a real discussion, not an exam, and this makes all the difference. […]

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2 weeks to go to i-Docs!

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, […]

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The i-docs’ “evolution”, in just 10 points

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 […]

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i-Docs 2012

The programme of  i-Docs 2012 is now online and you can already purchase your tickets ! Following last years success  i-Docs 2012 has been expanded to two full days and will take place in Bristol’s Watershed Media Centre on March 22nd and 23rd. Convened by Judith Aston and myself, on behalf of the Digital Cultures Research Centre, […]

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Great student writing on i-docs

I have two students this year that have written their Master dissertations on the subject of i-docs. One, Filippo Bonino, argues that i-docs can change the way people perceive reality and finds examples in Prison Valley, Rider Spoke and America’s Army to prove it. The other one, Dickon Waring, argues that i-docs open new possibilities […]

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