NOW BOOKING: BIMI presents THE SEVEN DEADLY DIGITAL SINS Panel Discussion
Birkbeck Institute Of The Moving Image presents a panel discussion about the Interactive Documentary (i-Doc) THE SEVEN DEADLY DIGITAL SINS (2014), produced by The Guardian & the National Film Board of Canada (12 FEB 18:00 – FREE!).
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This online discussion panel event explores the Interactive Documentary (i-Doc) THE SEVEN DEADLY DIGITAL SINS (2014), produced by The Guardian and the National Film Board of Canada.
THE SEVEN DEADLY DIGITAL SINS (2014) explores how sinning manifests in, and can be exacerbated by, online behaviours.
Because of lockdown we’ve all been spending more time as our ‘digital selves.’ It therefore seems timely to explore how our values are shaped by and emerge through digital behaviours and how this can be interrogated via interactive documentary as digital a medium.
Participants will be asked to explore the i-Doc online in advance (it’s FREE!). The event will then include presentations, a panel discussion and a Q&A with Fran Panetta (co-founder, Phantom Productions) and Janine Steele (producer with the National Film Board of Canada) as well as Dr Ella Harris (Geography Department, Birkbeck University) whose academic work experiments with interactive documentary as a method for exploring crisis conditions.
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THE SEVEN DEADLY DIGITAL SINS (2014)
THE SEVEN DEADLY DIGITAL SINS explores how sinning manifests in, and can be exacerbated by, online behaviours. Explore the i-Doc online in advance. The event will then include presentations, a panel discussion and a Q&A.
THE SEVEN DEADLY DIGITAL SINS (2014) is available HERE.
Register for the event HERE.
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