This article re-visits the fundamental elements of visual and audio message design for the screen media (film, television,video, photography) and examines the impact of adapting them for use in new technologies like cell phones, ipods, and blackberries. It extends the author’s previous work developing dialogic Drama for Conflict Transformation (DCT) into the mobile media industries, suggesting new types of mis-en-scene appropriate for Very Small Screen (VSS) Web-based delivery and suggests conceptual and practical production guidelines for cell phone filmmakers.
|Keywords:||New Media, Cell Phones, Mobile Content, Drama for Conflict Transformation, Media Literacy, Dialogic DCT, Screen Composition, Filmic Arts, Language of Cinema, New Technology|
Associate Professor, School of Media and Public Affairs, Suite 400, Media and Public Affairs Building, The George Washington University, 805 21st St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20052 USA, George Washington University, Washington, D.C., Arlington, USA
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