(101) Web Documentary Manifesto

A session at Mozilla Festival 2012

Saturday 10th November, 2012

2:00pm to 3:00pm (GMT)

Together, we will channel the spirit of the revolutionary avant-garde and draft the core tenants of a web documentary manifesto. The web promises a radically new direction for cinema, combining live data, networked collaboration and on-location access for new forms of storytelling. What transformation of the arts and society does this new medium propose? How is web-native cinema instigating new models of creative collaboration between coders, media-makers and designers?

About the speakers

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Kara Oehler

Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of @Zeega and fellow at the Harvard Film Study Center. I like all forms of documentary but love audio best. bio from Twitter

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Jesse Shapins

Co-Founder @Zeega, @UnionDocs + @metalabharvard; Revolutionizing web publishing + interactive storytelling. Teach/research, @HarvardGSD.

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Ingrid Kopp

Director of Digital Initiatives at the Tribeca Film Institute. Endlessly thinking about docs, social media, engagement & technology. bio from Twitter

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Brett Gaylor

Filmmaker at Mozilla - director of Rip! A Remix Manifesto. Views are my own. bio from Twitter

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James Clement Burns

economist, creative technologist. Co-Founder of Zeega, metaLAB (at) Harvard

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8 attendees

  • Ingrid Kopp
  • James Clement Burns
  • Jesse Shapins
  • Kara Oehler
  • María Yáñez
  • Brett Gaylor
  • Scott B Bradley
  • Zach Wise

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Mozilla Festival 2012

England England, London

9th11th November 2012

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Time 2:00pm3:00pm GMT

Date Sat 10th November 2012


1. Floor, Ravensbourne

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