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Scripting Narrative for Interactive Multimedia

Journal of Film and Video Volume 49, Number 1, ISSN 0724-4671


States that development of more sophisticated interactive technology is one cause of the growth of the interactive movie, along with interactive multimedia's financial success. Examines how writing the interactive movie differs from writing linear video narrative; new challenges these differences create for the writer; and some of the approaches being developed to meet these challenges. (PA)


Garrand, T. (1997). Scripting Narrative for Interactive Multimedia. Journal of Film and Video, 49(1), 66-79. Retrieved January 24, 2022 from .

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