In recent weeks both my colleague Amy Lauters and I have been blogging about turning a box of memories she received during her research on wives of farmers into an interactive documentary prototype. We both have perused the box’s contents and have made a loose inventory of what was inside. The general contents included the… Read More A Memory Box and an Interactive Documentary: Now What?
My colleague Amy Lauters recently gave me a box she received during her research on farmers’ wives. A family had sent it to her with the hopes she might find it helpful or interesting as part of her work. I took a quick peek at the box’s contents. It contained pictures, a geneaology, newspaper clippings,… Read More Procedures for Making an Interactive Documentary
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This post offers a thinking through of an interactive documentary production course’s possible assignments and a bit about their rationales.… Read More Notes toward an Interactive Documentary Production Class