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Hannah Brasier (PhD candidate) is talking at the Digital Cultures Research Centre in Bristol on May 6th. The talk is “multilinear documentary: tools and processes for creative practice“. This is part of Hannah’s three month PhD exchange with Dr Kate Nash at the University of Leeds.

Documentary node PhD candidate Hannah Brasier has three talks in Britain coming up as part of her three month visiting PhD position at Leeds University: 23rd April – Media Futures Seminar, University of Leeds, Clothworker’s Building North, 4pm-5pm 2nd May – World Cinema and the Essay Film Conference, Reading University, Reading 6th May – Digital …

Abstract for my paper at this year’s Visible Evidence conference. Interactive documentary finds itself caught, theoretically, by the narratological assumptions that underwrites much cinema and documentary studies. These theories rely, implicitly or explicitly, on the presence of a story that audiences are required to interpret or understand in some way. Theoretically we have sophisticated ways …

This is the introduction to a short paper that’s been accepted for the New Factual Storytelling symposium at the University of Canberra in April. Mix of new materialism, media studies, and interactive documentary theory. The symposium is supposed to be brief position statements, so I’ve taken them at their word… The burgeoning theoretical and practical …

Hannah Brasier, who is busy doing a PhD within the nonfictionLab with Adrian Miles, has successfully applied for a three month research visit to the University of Leeds. While there Hannah will be working with Dr. Kate Nash, and visiting various research groups around the UK who are working on interactive documentary – including the …

Documentary PhD candidate in the nonfictionlab, Hannah Brasier, has had a paper accepted for the World Cinema and the Essay Film conference hosted by the Centre for Film Aesthetics and Cultures at the University of Reading. Hannah is presented a paper entitled “A Networked Voice….Speculative Transformations of Essayistic Subjectivity in Online Environments”.

This is the abstract for a panel being proposed for Visible Evidence in Toronto this year. Panellists are nonfictionLab member Adrian Miles, Bettina Frankham (UTS), Ersan Ocak (Turkey), Fabiola Hanna (US), Karelle Arsenault (Canada): There has been much recent innovative scholarship that has begun the work of defining, and critiquing, what is variously known as …

The documentary node of the nonfictionLab is running two events in early February. On Monday February 16th a symposium about interactive documentary will be held. This will have local and some interstate participants. The symposium is related to an anthology that Adrian Miles is preparing, so all of the symposium presenters have chapters in the …

Wednesday, February 18, 10am – 4pm RMIT University, City Campus Building 9, Level 2, Room 5 (map) This is a free workshop, to book your place please email rsvpnonfictionlab@rmit.edu.au 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 …

Want to work on interactive documentary? RMIT University is currently inviting applications for PhD scholarships. I’m encouraging applicants with first class Honours or equivalent qualifications, who are interested in undertaking thesis or project based research into interactive documentary, to consider applying. I am particularly interested in students who would like to: investigate and/or make new …

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