Applications-to-attend should be a maximum of 2 pages in length (no special formatting required) and include:
- A biography of the author(s).
- A summary of previous work relevant to the workshop and/or an explanation of your interest.
- A short (500 word) response to one of the following provocations.
- What is the impact of film as a medium for understanding and communicating digital data?
- What are the key design and technological challenges facing automatic and semi-automatic creation of film from digital content?
- How might a utopian or dystopian future manifest, where film has become a democratized communication device?
- Suggestions for materials, content or methods for us to include in the workshop.
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If we are over-subscribed we hope applicants who cannot attend will consider taking part in a community of interest for the wider dissemination of workshop outputs.
- 21 December 2015: Submission date for early acceptance.
- 15 January 2016: Submission date for final acceptance.
- 12 February 2016: Final submission deadline.
- One author from the application-to-attend must be able to attend the workshop (and register for a minimum of 1 CHI day).