Excerpt from original memefest.org post:
CS « Our role is to provide a place for creative interpretations of reality, to motivate the people behind the projects, » he insists. « During DocLab, we're trying to go beyond the online experience. We're creating an installation setting to allow for director navigations or other collective viewing events ».
And to cap things off, Caspar had a little advice for those of you tempted by interactive documentary: « In the 1920s, it's not the theater people who invented film. It's no different today. We're in the digital revolution, so don't worry too much about filmmaker's being defensive and not wanting to recognize interactive documentary ».
Click on the following links if you're ready for the digital revolution...
18 Days in Egypt : http://www.18daysinegypt.com
ARTE webdocs : http://webdocs.arte.tv
CNC : http://www.cnc.fr
From Zero : http://fromzero.tv
GDP Project : http://gdp.nfb.ca
High Rise : http://highrise.nfb.ca
IDFA DocLab : http://www.doclab.org
NFB interactive : http://interactive.nfb.ca
Ro.me : http://www.ro.me
The Wilderness Downtown : http://www.thewildernessdowntown.com
Sould Patron : http://soul-patron.com
Welcome to Pine Point : http://pinepoint.nfb.ca
Ze Frank : http://zefrank.com
Frédéric Dubois is a reporter, interactive documentary maker and Memefest comrade.
Photo: By Bert Kommerij under CC licence, available here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kommerij/5746966584