This article examines the evolution of interactive, cross-platform and transmedia documentaries within the context of the earlier model of database narratives and the impact of Web 2.0 technologies. Specific documentary projects illustrate how the interactivity supported by online platforms has influenced the aesthetics of form and altered conventional models of production and distribution.
O'Flynn, S. (2012) “Documentary’s metamorphic form: Webdoc, interactive, transmedia, participatory and beyond”. In: Studies in Documentary Film Vol 6 Issue 2, Pp. 141—157, DOI 10.1386/sdf.6.2.141_1
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