New Narrative Experiences

The linear world of filmmaking has changed with the use of the Web, streaming media, digital video, nonlinear editing, DVD, MPEG4, digital animation, and interactive computer technologies. The result is an exciting new horizon for artistic expression, with expanded potential for spatial exploration, associative connections, multitrack narratives, and other forms of interactivity. This forum gathers artists and producers to discuss how new technology leads to new ways of storytelling, and highlights some of this year's Sundance Online Film Festival projects.


Marsha Kinder
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