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Once upon a time: Interactive story telling

In All posts, News & Events by Jess Linington

It’s that time of the week where we’re pulling some of the most interesting bits from the Facebook group and popping them up here; this week is focused on story telling.

First up some story telling tips from Caspar Sonnen. He mentions interfaces from some of the projects presented at last years i-Docs;  GazaSderot and Prison Valley as well as Kat Cizek’s project, Highrise/ OutMyWindow, which she is presenting this year via Skype.

Have a look here.

Secondly, Starved for Attention uses a seamless and beautiful interface to present the harrowing story of malnutrition, through a variety of mediums: starvedforattention.org.

Lastly, 3 Generations creates and curates compelling video stories and effective change strategies to address today’s most pressing humanitarian and human rights crises. The concept that sharing these stories ‘explores survival and resilience’ and  ‘amplifies and honors survivors’ collective voice’ is at the heart of this project and again uses a non linear interface to present the content: 3generations.org

If you haven’t looked already we have a guest postfrom this one of this years keynotes Brett Gaylor, with more to come soon!