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Panel Discussion

Sunday, May 6th 2018, 4 pm - 6 pm | Volkskundemuseum Wien


Augmented Reality, Animations and Open Source: New technologies, collaborations and platforms open up possibilities for the development of unusual formats in documentary film. How are these new narratives developed, storytelling techniques rethought and combined? What set of new questions can be negotiated and which new chances open up?

Alexandra D’Onofrio is the director of It was tomorrow, in which she practices collaborative filmmaking with three Egyptian men and in which theatre, animation and photography are combined to approach possible representations of memory and imagination.

Marion Guth is producer at a_bahn, an internationally successful company specialised on diverse creative narratives in the non-fiction area.

Viennese filmmaker Ascan Breuer from the Documentary Laboratory, deals with experimental approaches in documentary film in theory and practice. Last year he founded the UNDOX festival, which deals specifically with innovative methods of documentary film.

With our host Sophie Wagner they will discuss how methods and questions around documentary narratives in the 21st century can be renegotiated.


Ascan Breuer
, Dokumentarisches Labor, UNDOX Festival
Alexandra D'Onofrio, Filmmaker
Marion Guth, a_BAHN

Language: English

Please note: It was tomorrow will be screened on May 8th, 4.30 pm at Votiv Kino | Gr. Saal.

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