Kermanchi: ″When journalism meets i-docs (AAE)

Kermanchi: ″When journalism meets i-docs (AAE)

As this screenshot from the web documentary do not track (CAN, F, D 2015, A: Brett Gaylor, P: Arte, BR, NFB, Upian) makes clear, the boundaries between digital journalism and i-docs are more than just fluid: In do not track, not only are classic investigative...
Korsakow – We think, we tell. We retell – we rethink (AAE)

Korsakow – We think, we tell. We retell – we rethink (AAE)

If you look at the world through ′Korsakow′ and the narratives that this ′tool for thought′ makes possible, new perspectives on things open up – so the thesis of Florian Thalhofer. How dependent our views are on the stories we tell ourselves, or even more, on how we...
You are leaving the linear sector (AAE)

You are leaving the linear sector (AAE)

(c) Anna Wiehl ″You are leaving the linear sector″. Non-linear narration between interactivity and dramaturgy This unit introduces various narrative structures and illustrates, through examples, the different architectural forms of non-linear interactive storytelling...
i-docs as ′living documentary′ (AAE)

i-docs as ′living documentary′ (AAE)

A vivid example of the concept of the living documentary is the i-doc Sandy Storyline (USA 2013, A: Michael Premo, Rachel Falcone), which deals with the effects of hurricane ′Sandy′ – one of the most devastating storms that hit the Northeastern United States and the...
… to modes of the ′Interactive′ in i-docs (AAE)

… to modes of the ′Interactive′ in i-docs (AAE)

Image sources: https://unsplash.com/photos/HOrhCnQsxnQ and Museum für Kommunikation, Bern, Ars Electronica; https://www.flickr.com/photos/arselectronica/4699715504/  … to modes of the ′Interactive′ in i-docs The rise of digital media is not only altering the...