Introduction. Animation and documentary's shared history -- Scope and organisation -- Representational strategies. How animation is used in animated documentary -- The ontology of animated documentary -- Digital realities. Dino-docs and strategies of visual and aural authentication -- Tracing the sights and sounds of reality in Rotoshop and Chicago -- Paratextual authentication -- The excess of animated realism -- Animated interviews. Uncanny bodies -- Absence as representational strategy -- The expressive power of the disembodied voice -- The world in here. More than the interview seen: Sheila Sofian's illustrated interviews -- Inside out: animating subjective experience -- Hybrids of reality -- Animated awareness -- Animated memories. (Dis)continuities: the self in history -- The unspoken and the forgotten: the trauma in/of history in Silence and Waltz with Bashir -- Afterword.
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