Korsakow is a computer program that allows non programmers to make multilinear video works. This all day workshop, lead by Korsakow expert Adrian Miles, is a hands on introduction to working with Korsakow, followed by discussions about developing documentary projects that might use Korsakow.
The morning will allow all participants to use, design, and publish a short interactive Korsakow film. Computers, software, and necessary media will be provided. The afternoon will then be an open discussion about the interactive documentary tools and platforms, their affordances and differences, and the sorts of emergent, generative nonfiction storytelling that Korsakow encourages and is designed for.
This workshop would be ideal for any documentary film makers interested in online video, multilinear narrative, and interactive documentary. It is also relevant for those working in multilinear media more broadly.
Places are very limited for this workshop, so RSVP is essential. All participants will be eligible to purchase Korsakow for half cost (USD25).
This workshop is presented by the nonfictionLab, School of Media and Communication, RMIT university as part of the Melbourne Korsakow Interest Group.
Resources for the Workshop (password protected)