In the beginning there was gonzo journalism, with the desecrating irruption of the not-neutral-at-all first person onto the journalistic scene. Then, with the advent of the web and digital reality came new forms of participatory narrative rooted in the journalism landscape, more and more marked by subjectivity and interactivity. Regardless of whether it is called deep journalism, niche reporting or immersive journalism, the goal is the same: to create forms of narrative that knock down the barriers between those who produce and those who consume news, focusing on empathy that new technologies are driving and, in some ways, dictating.

This workshop will include the presentation of extracts from the most interesting experiments of the various above-mentioned narrative currents.