The full i-Docs 2016 programme is now online!

4 Feb

If you have already been to i-Docs you know it is a unique event where i-docs makers and scholars mix with artists and digital pioneers to question, debate, get inspired and re-envent our field of interactive factual narrative.

If you have NOT been to i-Docs yet, well… this is your chance to be part of our growing community!

i-Docs 2016 is happening again soon, so get into action mode and book your ticket!

date: March 2nd till 4th     (2.5 days of conference with lots of strands!)

location:  Watershed Bristol

Taking place at the Watershed in Bristol, UK from March 2nd – 4th i-Docs 2016 stretches over three days dedicated to the rapidly evolving field of interactive documentary. This unique cross-disciplinary convening brings together a brilliant international mix of thinkers, makers and designers from academia and industry to showcase new work, consider emerging practices and platforms, and grapple with the creative processes, politics and economy of interactive non-fiction.

Speakers include 2015 Tribeca Storyscapes winners May Abdalla and Amy Rose aka AnagramPatricia Zimmermann - co-author Thinking Through Digital MediaChris Sizemore Executive Editor BBCVassiliki Khonsari – Executive Producer iNK Stories – 1979 RevolutionFlorian Thalhofer – Creator – Korsakow, Sebastian Melo & Ros Lerner – Producer & Co-Director – Quipu ProjectWilliam Uricchio Principal Investigator of MIT Open Documentary LabJon Dovey – Director REACT,  Alisa Lebow – Creator Filming RevolutionFrancesca Panetta – Special Projects Editor – Guardian Interactive and Juliana Ruhfus from Al Jazeera – Director – Pirate Fishing.

This year the Symposium concentrates on the following three themes:

  • The Uses of Immersion examines work from Serious Games to experiential storytelling, from personalisation to AR & VR; what do we mean when we talk about immersion; what is at stake for documentary within this growing trend?
  • Tools for Thought reflects on what non-linear forms contribute to the documentary project of framing the real. How are i-docs being utilised in teaching? What do they bring to research?
  • Evolving Practices considers i-docs in context – from Bosnia to Delhi, Al Jazeera to the BBC, UK environmentalism to the Gezi Resistance; where are i-docs emerging now, and where are they heading?

In addition to a rich programme of interactive documentary work introduced by directors including Paulina TervoSharon Daniel and Matthew Hashiguchi, delegates will have access to work-in-progress from Victoria MapplebeckAllison Otto & Jeff Soyk. This year’s event also includes a VR Bazaar featuring 6 x 9 – a brand new Beta project by the Guardian’s Francesca Panetta and Lindsay Poulton, and work by Oscar RabyDarren Emerson and James Louis Hedley, plus a showcase of cutting edge interactive work Made in Bristol.

…keep an eye on for additional planned activity.

i-Docs 2016 is open for registration – Delegate passes can be booked now. We strongly advise acting swiftly as all previous conferences were completely sold out.

The full three-day delegate fee including lunch and refreshments is £200.

A limited number of concessionary passes at £100 are available to independent practitioners, students and Global South delegates.

i-Docs 2016 is convened by Judith AstonSandra Gaudenzi and Mandy Rose, for the Digital Cultures Research Centre,UWE Bristol

Watershed Bristol || Wednesday 2 – Friday 4 of March 2016.

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