Towards a Participatory Approach
Participatory approach in documentary film has a long history beginning with seminal documentaries such as NANOOK OF THE NORTH (Flaherty, 1922), in which Nanook made substantial artistic contributions to the film, and CHRONICLE OF A SUMMER (Rouch/ Morin, 1961), in which participants and filmmakers reflect on the filmmaking process in front of the camera.
The degree and form of participation can differ depending on its purpose. Filmmakers might take this approach to actively engage film participants in constructing the world of the film as an attempt to answer social and ethical questions they are facing. In this interactive workshop, through group work and discussions, we will collectively explore different forms of participatory approaches in documentary films alongside the challenges and opportunities they present.
Speaker: Rand Beiruty, writer, director and creative producer from Jordan
Moderation: Barbara Off, DOK.network Africa
This is an on site event open to accredited guests only with a limited number of 20 participants.
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