[artinfo] CALL DOCS ONLINE 2001 AMSTERDAM

Andrea Szekeres asz@c3.hu
Wed, 26 Sep 2001 15:19:26 +0200


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CALL FOR PROPOSALS DIGITAL DOCUMENTARY PROJECTS

Special programme IDFA 2001
23-30 november, Amsterdam

What's the impact of new, digital media on the traditional, creative 
documentary?
This year's DOCS ONLINE will raise some new questions looking at 
documentary filmmaking and what the effects and possibilities are when 
working with digital media and the internet. Starting off with a selection 
of interesting digital documentary projects, the International Documentary 
Filmfestival Amsterdam (IDFA) will allow space and time to exchange ideas, 
present work and discuss the impact of the changing infrastructure on the 
documentary landscape.

DOCS ONLINE.2 will be an inspiring platform for a broad audience; from 
traditional documentary-filmmakers to webaddicts, from researchers to 
producers, from students to experienced professionals.
In addition to debates, presentations and ofcourse a special website, the 
audience can participate in discussions and meet the guests invited for 
this program.
The central issue of debate will be "The Real versus Mediated Life". 
Media-experiences have a big impact on the way we watch the world around 
us. Media have become our senses, and experiences in the 'real 
world'  increasingly refer to information we have already absorbed and 
images coming to us through media. Are there new ways of communicating 
documentary-stories?  How are filmmakers and their audiences reacting to 
CNN, docu-soaps and information overload?

DOCS ONLINE explores the changing nature of authorship, presents tools for 
documentary content  production and distribution and invites a growing 
online community to participate in the programme.

CALL FOR PROPOSAL
IDFA invites individuals and organisations to send in proposals for DOCS 
ONLINE.  Check the IDFA website for more information www.idfa.nl or email 
to the editors of the team:
Carolien Euser and Nathalie Faber info@cut-n-paste.nl
We are looking for online-documentary projects and filmmakers with an 
interesting take on the use of digital media. Organisations which explore 
the infrastructure of the web as a platform for documentaries are also 
invited to come forward. Deadline 15th of October 2001

During the festival the public will have permanent access to the DOCS 
ONLINE computers at the festivallocation 'de Balie'. There will also be 
possibilities in presenting 'offline works' (cd-rom, dvd).  Please send in 
your details, data, a description of your project (max. 10 lines), URL's 
and/or tapes/cd's to
IDFA  Kleine Gartmanplantsoen 10  1017 RR Amsterdam.

EDITORIAL TEAM
Curators for this programme are Carolien Euser and Nathalie Faber who work 
together as Cut-n-Paste
www.cut-n-paste.nl, coordinated by Adriek Nieuwenhuijzen and Manna Nasht 
(production) +31 20 6273329
For information about DOCS ONLINE 2000 check out www.docs-online.nl



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Carolien Euser
www.cut-n-paste.nl
crossmedia  XV
t ++ 31-20 6892032
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CALL FOR PROPOSALS DIGITAL DOCUMENTARY PROJECTS<br>
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Special programme IDFA 2001<br>
23-30 november, Amsterdam<br>
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Whatís the impact of new, digital media on the traditional, creative
documentary?<br>
This year's<b> DOCS ONLINE</b> will raise some new questions looking at
documentary filmmaking and what the effects and possibilities are when
working with digital media and the internet. Starting off with a
selection of interesting digital documentary projects, the International
Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam (IDFA) will allow space and time to
exchange ideas, present work and discuss the impact of the changing
infrastructure on the documentary landscape.<br>
<br>
<b>DOCS ONLINE.2</b> will be an inspiring platform for a broad audience;
from traditional documentary-filmmakers to webaddicts, from researchers
to producers, from students to experienced professionals. <br>
In addition to debates, presentations and ofcourse a special website, the
audience can participate in discussions and meet the guests invited for
this program.<br>
The central issue of debate will be &quot;The Real versus Mediated
Life&quot;. Media-experiences have a big impact on the way we watch the
world around us. Media have become our senses, and experiences in the
'real world'&nbsp; increasingly refer to information we have already
absorbed and images coming to us through media. Are there new ways of
communicating documentary-stories?&nbsp; How are filmmakers and their
audiences reacting to CNN, docu-soaps and information overload?<br>
<br>
<b>DOCS ONLINE</b> explores the changing nature of authorship, presents
tools for documentary content&nbsp; production and distribution and
invites a growing online community to participate in the programme. 
<br>
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<b>CALL FOR PROPOSAL<br>
</b>IDFA invites individuals and organisations to send in proposals
for<b> DOCS ONLINE</b>.&nbsp; Check the IDFA website for more information
<a href="http://www.idfa.nl/" eudora="autourl">www.idfa.nl</a> or email
to the editors of the team:<br>
Carolien Euser and Nathalie Faber info@cut-n-paste.nl<br>
We are looking for online-documentary projects and filmmakers with an
interesting take on the use of digital media. Organisations which explore
the infrastructure of the web as a platform for documentaries are also
invited to come forward.<b> Deadline 15th of October 2001<br>
<br>
</b>During the festival the public will have permanent access to the<b>
DOCS ONLINE</b> computers at the festivallocation 'de Balie'. There will
also be possibilities in presenting 'offline works' (cd-rom, dvd).&nbsp;
Please send in your details, data, a description of your project (max. 10
lines), URLís and/or tapes/cdís to<br>
IDFA&nbsp; Kleine Gartmanplantsoen 10&nbsp; 1017 RR Amsterdam.<br>
<br>
<b>EDITORIAL TEAM<br>
</b>Curators for this programme are Carolien Euser and Nathalie Faber who
work together as Cut-n-Paste<br>
<a href="http://www.cut-n-paste.nl/" eudora="autourl">www.cut-n-paste.nl</a>,
coordinated by Adriek Nieuwenhuijzen and Manna Nasht (production) +31 20
6273329<br>
For information about DOCS ONLINE 2000 check out
<a href="http://www.docs-online.nl/" eudora="autourl">www.docs-online.nl</a><br>
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Carolien Euser<br>
<a href="http://www.cut-n-paste.nl/" eudora="autourl">www.cut-n-paste.nl</a><br>
crossmedia&nbsp; XV<br>
t ++ 31-20 6892032<br>
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