Digital documentary practices.

Topical paradigm shifts in negotiating ‚the Real‘

After more than two decades of digital documentary practices, one thing has become clear: ‚New media documentaries‘ – whatever they may be – offer very specific ways of negotiating ‚the Real‘: They not only look but also feel fundamentally different from linear documentaries, and they can offer new forms of engagement. Not necessarily video or screen based, ‚the Documentary in the Digital‘ involves the user-interactor in some active way and often calls for participation; it embraces augmented forms of reality and creates immersive realities; it is founded on polyphony, co-creation and networking. Intersections with adjacent fields like digital journalism, serious games, social media activism, interventionist media making, citizen sciences and artistic research become more and more influential.

This series of lectures (virtually) brings international leading scholars as well as practitioners in the field together to share their latest research and experiences. Presentations will be streamed and recorded, and there will be the possibility of Q&As (in English language).

The sessions will take place, Wednesday 4 pm (CET).
https://uni-bayreuth.zoom.us/j/68502753605?pwd=bFQwYkRwdXRRRWYvVGtTVGdOWWU1UT09

Meeting-ID: 685 0275 3605
Kenncode: 159296

Programm WiSe 21/22

Wed 27/10/2021

Dr. Kate Nash, University of Leeds

Interactive Documentary and the Documentary Tradition

RECORDED

Wed 10/11/2021

Dr. Judith Aston

polyphony: a metamodernist grand narrative for digital documentary

RECORDED

Wed 01/12/2021

Jasmin Kermanchi, M.A., University of Hamburg

When journalism meets i-docs: New practices and forms of expression as a result of convergence

RECORDED

Wed 08/12/2021

Florian Thalhofer, Korsakow Institut /Hochschule Luzern

MMy favorite interactive documentaries are the ones I made myself – or – in search of the author

RECORDED

Wed 12/01/2022

Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber, University of Hamburg

Postmigrant Narratives and Participation Culture in Webdocumentaries

RECORDED

Wed 26/01/2022

Due to the time difference, this lecture starts at 11 a.m.

Dr. Max Schleser, Swinburne University, Australia

Smartphone Filmmaking: Theory and Practice

RECORDED

 

 

 

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