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Title: Temporalitats narratives en la hiperficció cinematogràfica. Cas pràctic: Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, del cinema al cinema interactiu
Author: Requena Colominas, Rubèn
Tutor: Castro Varela, Aurelio
Keywords: cinematographic narrative
temporary structures of cinema
non-linear narrative
temporalities narratives
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Temporalidades narrativas en la hiperficción cinematográfica (Narrative temporalities in cinematographic hyperfiction) is a research work that was born with the aim of analysing the non-linear temporal structures of the cinematographic story, highlighting the narrative resources used in cinema to develop these narrative structures. These narratives avoid chronological linearity and demand a growing active participation of the spectator as a thinker. This active relationship between cinema and the spectator has its culmination in the experimentation with the interactive narratives of hypertext and video games inscribed within the cinematic narrative. Based on this research, we propose to analyse the recent interactive film by Netflix, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, which unfolds before the spectator as a cinematographic experience halfway between the hypertextual work and the video game. With the analysis of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, we aim to discover what characteristic features this interactive film shares with the non-linear narrative of cinema, hypertext and videogames.
Language: Catalan
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