Webdocumentaire et ressources numériques applicables à la mise en scène, à la délinéarisation et à l’interactivité

Abstract : The webdocumentary has, among its characteristics, the combination of the specificities of the two components that make up its name. The integration of the digital form by the documentary and its close links to the internet media have given birth to new forms of written storytelling which can either revisit the documentary genre or open up onto the powerful opportunities offered by data exchange and social networking. The present paper will examine the trends fostered by the production of webdocumentaries; the current investigation will take into account the history of the study of visual forms introduced by digital videography and the inception of the hypermedia and of algorithmic images. In the past, the renewal of the automatic and technical devices associated with cinema, analog videography and with computer graphics has led to the reproduction of the dominant trends and to the marginal development of new forms of writing. The present study will try and see whether the hybridization of both the authenticated genre of the documentary and of the Web has favoured closer links between mainstream and marginal forms and whether it has questioned the original genres and prioritised the emergence of new creative "principles".
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Bruno Bernard. Webdocumentaire et ressources numériques applicables à la mise en scène, à la délinéarisation et à l’interactivité. Entrelacs, Laboratoire de Recherche en Audiovisuel - l'Université Jean Jaurès de Toulouse 2, 2017, Nouvelles formes audiovisuelles documentaires, 2016 (12), ⟨https://entrelacs.revues.org/1754⟩. ⟨10.4000/entrelacs.1754⟩. ⟨hal-01545305⟩

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