Offscreen website

The rework of the ‘offscreen’ classification in a website form. Accessible on the link below, the resource lists out and references a lot of audio and visual techniques, but also useful cognitive, psychoacoustic, spectatorship or even perceptive theories. Practical techniques as well as notions outside the audiovisual production sphere was meant to enable the user to have a deeper insight to film spectatorship; in order to challenge his audience whenever possible, or conversely, to ease the viewing experience.

Initially released in December 2018, the resource is freely accessible and open-source.