The transmedia approach to archive images in contemporary space invites spectators to effectively interfere in the historical narrative—as a real-time scriptwriter and editor. In this article we introduce a transmedia documentary project, História(s) do Brasil (Anita Leandro and Marida Di Crosta). In so doing, we revisit and expand an unfinished pedagogical project by 1970s filmmaker Glauber Rocha. Based on the analysis of current experiences like the European interactive cross-media documentaries like Farewell Comrades!, our study focus on how transmedia can benefit an intercultural television tie-in archive-based documentary.

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Keywords intercultural memory, archive-based filmmaking, transmedia storytelling, interactivity, participation, collaborative writing, Farewell Comrades!
Publisher Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.18146/2213-0969.2016.jethc109
Journal VIEW Journal
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Note VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture; Vol 5, No 10 (2016); 4-21
Citation
Di Crosta, Marida, & Leandro, Anita. (2016). Story, History and Intercultural Memory: Can a Transmedia Approach Benefit an Archive-Based Documentary Project?. VIEW Journal, 5(10), 4–21. doi:10.18146/2213-0969.2016.jethc109