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Every story on OPS is a story a contributor heard from someone else. These stories have been overheard and misheard, told and re-told and sometimes refined over time.
"Historiophoty" is Robert Rosentstone's term for our representing history visually and filmically; in contrast, according to White, is "historiography," representing history verbally, in prose.
online film journal, offbeat and cult as well as international film covered
Canadian film journal online since 1997, wide coverage of independent and international film; many resources
a very large historical archive, often from advertising, "to provide for all levels of possible viewer a visually orientated taxonomy of the ways in which pictures are used to tell stories." unique collection, also useful for many other purposes
longstanding and well maintained site by Internet humanities pioneer, George P. Landow. Organized by country and by conceptual approaches. Courses linked to. Useful internal search engine.
Traces, in the sense of Walter Benjamin's Arcades project, mark visual culture and always tell a story, if we take the time to notice
links list, many categories, many audio stories
invaluable for mise-en-scene; suggestive for writers
a multilingual web journal that challenges received ideas about linguistic and cultural "translation" along principles of a critique of culturalisation; social recomposition, beyond postcolonialism: a global commons; multilinguality vs. national language
much of the conference is available in av form or papers or abstracts.
zen koans help writers rethink narrative in another tradition of storytelling
basic tips by J.D. Lasica on preparing for doing an audio/slideshow in narrative form, perhaps a first person recollection, tightly crafted. Makes a good handout.
using photography as disciplined mode of exploration, expressing ideas
always looking for new ways to interest students in certain kinds of projects involving visual narrative, autobiography, documentary
collection of audio/slideshows by skilled photographers, often in the context of photojournalism
major figure in narrative theory has much work available online
site with many links to online essays about Godard
example of how to incorporate personal history, music, and slides in portrait of dobro player and singer; also shows effectiveness of short, under three minute, audio slide show documentaries.
the kinds of things all screenwriters can steal from, over and over
attractively designed and easy to understand hyperlinks
"The Art, Skill, Craft, and Magic of Digital Storytelling: A How-Come, How-To Guide"--pdf file
designers of the installations for many important storytelling projects, most notably the StoryCorps booth; "an award-winning design studio that seeks to tell stories in public spaces, museums, and over the internet, often simultaneously."
artist, photographer, geographer, activist
interviews with Cardiff residents about memories of life there
Go with a friend to a storybooth and have her interview so you can tell your story. On of the most important audio autobiography projects.
a free way to store your memories; many witness accounts of important historical moments
( Journal of Curriculum Studies ( vol. 38 no. 4.):
pp. 413–29 ) (2006)
International Conference on Virtual Storytelling, volume 2197 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, page 181-190. ( Springer, ) 2001