Open Space New Media Documentary:
A Toolkit for Theory and Practice

Open Space New Media Documentary offers an essential ‘toolkit’ for future documentary theory and practice. This inspirational book provides a vision of new approaches to nonfiction as a vital part of an expanding digital public sphere with a notion of ‘community’ that runs from physical encounters to screen interactions and interventions.
Gina Marchetti, University of Hong Kong
I so appreciate the 10 working principles that the authors lay out for open space collaborative new media: especially how media teams can collaborate, test, adapt, and reconfigure their horizontal decision-making processes, and how to shift focus away from the finished product to a more responsive process.
Wesley Hogan, Director, Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University