GET OVER IT (Interactive webdocumentary, mechanical art installation)
Get over it, is a humorous participative interactive ceremonial experience and story archive which include letters and videos from collaborating artists and public participants. Each one of this personal stories of disamor (love disappointment) will become a part of a collective mechanical installation (web / mechanical art installation / live experience), a passage proposed for leaving entangled love stories behind. The proposal is to create an Interactive Project with different levels of participation. That will be work in 4 stages: 1. Go back 2. Understand 3. Let go 4. Move on Web experience: To build the first stage of the web experience we will work with contributing conceptual artists, who will share their experiences which will become part the explorable interactive web storytelling space. Wall of stories with support and experiences of other women. The user will have the option to access short strong video clip based on the documentary “Girl behind the camera”, that inspires to go through each stage. Installation: The installation will be located at an exhibition space, museum, art gallery or festival exhibition. The entire process will be remotely synchronized. The user will watch live the entire procedure on the installation that will be followed by web cameras broadcasting live. Launching strategy: GET OVER IT // Interactive Web/ Mechanical Installation. GIRL BEHIND THE CAMERA // Feature length documentary. 35 & SINGLE // 5 minutes short film for The New York Times Op Docs (based on GIRL BEHIND THE CAMERA)
Editing: Rosario Suárez
DIRECTOR: Paula Schargorodsky (Argentina, 1976)
PAULA SCHARGORODSKY BA in Political Science (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella; Exchange Scholarship at the Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona.) Literature Degree Course. (Universidad de Buenos Aires.) Cinematography (Nuova Universitá del Cinema e la Televisione;16 mm Film Lab, La Femís, Paris.) Documentary Filmmaker (Universidad del Cine, La Fémis & San Antonio de los Baños) Lasts awards, participation at forums, grants: 2013 || Tribeca Latin America Media Arts Fund. || The New York Times’s OpDocs. Selected for creating a short opinion documentary based on Girl behind the Camera. To be launch at NYtimes.com this year. || National Film Board of Canada Prize for Development «The Girl Behind the Camera» into a Transmedia Project, at the (NFB). 2012 || DocMontevideo Pitching Forum. || Dok Incubator 2012. Postproduction Program. Provided individual tutoring by highly experienced European Editors, Producers and Sales Agents through three sessions.