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non/fictionLab co-director Adrian Miles is attending UWE’s two yearly i-docs conference at the beginning of March. The conference is run by the i-doc research group in Bristol. He will be presenting recent research that interrogates (criticises, questions, even possibly politely attacks) the hegemony of story in interactive documentary. The world isn’t a story, why should …

CfP VIEW Journal Vol. 5, Issue 10 / 2016 Non-Fiction Transmedia Over the last decade, the technological tool set for audiovisual storytelling has vastly expanded. On-going developments in fields including data visualisation, social media, interactive video, second screens, haptic devices, artificial intelligence and virtual reality have led to a proliferation of opportunities for media makers …

Research students in non/fictionLab are putting together an interactive documentary symposium for February 2016. Docuverse: A symposium for expanded documentary practices has a current call for papers and description.

Franziska Weidle is a PhD candidate in anthropology from Göttingen who is doing field work on Korsakow. We, it turns out, are the field. She’s a great addition to the non/fictionLab and documentary group, participating in seminars, workshops, supervision and so on. She’s started a blog for her field work on Korsakow.

Associate Professor Craig Hight from New Zealand’s University of Waikato is holding a documentary masterclass, hosted by the nonfictionLab, on Friday November 20. The day will include theoretical discussions around some set readings, before participants will share work in progress for critique, discussion, and debate. Brief Bio Craig Hight is an Associate Professor in Screen …

For those going to the annual Visible Evidence documentary conference in Toronto later this month I’ve made a list of all the sessions that seem to be relevant to interactive documentary. There’s a lot. You’ll find the list on my blog: http://vogmae.net.au/vlog/2015/08/interactive-doco-at-ve-in-toronto/

A masterclass with Associate Professor Craig Hight (University of Waikato) will be hosted by the documentary node of the nonfictionLab on Friday, November 20, from 10am to 4pm. Numbers are going to be limited so please, if you want to be involved commit to the date as there will be more people wanting to do …

Seth Keen, Paul Ritchard, and Adrian Miles, are all presenting at this year’s Visible Evidence conference in Toronto. They are doing a preflight test of their papers to the nonfictionLab on Thursday, August 6, from 4:30pm, in 9.4.32 at RMIT’s Melbourne campus. Seth Keen: A Documentary Designer Manifesto. Propositions for Interactive Documentary Practice Online In …

Documentary node leader Adrian Miles has been invited by Professor Seth Feldman to conduct a graduate seminar while in Toronto, in August, presenting at the 15th Visible Evidence conference. Quick outline of some of the stuff he’s doing….

Some pictures from Hannah Brasier’s very successful PhD mid candidature review (one of three major hurdles PhD candidates need to pass before finally submitting their work). Hannah’s working title is “Reassembling Obersvations: Towards a Multi-Linear Framework of Expanded Seeing in Interactive Documentary”. The panel included Adrian Danks and Francesca Rendle-Short from the nonfictionLab, Neal Haslem …

Kim is in the second year of her practice-led PhD in interactive and participatory documentary practices and the experience of aloneness. She has a background in linguistics, photography and documentary film and has studied and taught these at a number of institutions around Melbourne. Kim has made a number of documentary films, including Nerve which screened on ABC Artscape …