Following from last week I continue with my research on the documentary storytelling with some additional information about its structure.
I am planning to use the study leave for deeper research of the technology around 360 filming and documentary storytelling. To do that I’ve put in my schedule few courses on Lynda.com and also booked a camera from the Media Loan shop to try film and edit 360 video.
The first course I enrol is called ‘Introduction to documentary video storytelling’ and below are the guiding points which I found useful for my research.
… in Lacan’s view, “any self-knowledge is to some degree an illusion”
Inspiring, Motivating, Constructive
About person, group of people or organization
Showing some kind of contribution
Something which can have impact on the society
The script – interesting way to show considering the technology
Different ways to gain attention – sound effects
What I love to do?
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How are multiple registers used to make World of Warcraft more affective and how do they operate?
My EYES. Your SKIN. My MIND. Your VOICE. Daydreaming about colors and tastes: my INNER world, your IDENTITY, our selves…
The universe is made of stories, not atoms. — Muriel Rukeyser
Work and labour
What counts as “labour”? How do these concepts appear and/or change in the digital world?
Work is hell, pleasure, wage, outcome, experience… Labour is political, low salary, slavery…
Difference, Identity and Representation: Communication and Spectatorship
- Anneka Smelik “Feminist Film Theory
- Laura Mulvey, “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema”, Movies and Methods vol. II, 1985, pp. 303-315
- Bell Hooks, “The Oppositional Gaze”, Black Looks, 1992, pp. 115-131
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