Eve Marson is a documentary film producer, and has worked on both feature films and a series of highly effective web-based videos. Over the past years she has worked on a variety of feature documentaries, including Bigger, Stronger, Faster, and television programming, including Discovery Channel’s The Joy of Lex. Eve also served as producer on an informational web series for GOOD Video’s 2008 election coverage.
Most recently Eve spent a grueling year studying genocide and filming on site around the world as associate producer for the PBS feature documentary Worse Than War. She also is producing the documentary film Craigslist Joe, an exploration and social experiment surrounding the online market community. At the symposium, Eve will discuss tactics for creating highly effective web videos.
The talk begins at 7:00 in SCA 112 and is free and open to students, faculty, and the general public.
About the Symposium
The Digital Studies Symposium is both a course (IML 466) and a public forum designed to introduce participants to diverse examples of scholarly media-based projects and practices. The speakers in this series are artists, programmers, scholars and designers, and their projects include cutting edge gestural interfaces, mobile media experiments, innovative websites, games and augmented reality experiments. The presentations are moderated by Holly Willis, the IMLs Director of Academic Programs.