Intermediality in Film and Internet: Donnie Darko and Issues of Narrative Substantiality

  title={Intermediality in Film and Internet: Donnie Darko and Issues of Narrative Substantiality},
  author={Paul A. Booth},
  journal={Journal of Narrative Theory},
  pages={398 - 415}
  • P. Booth
  • Published 19 March 2009
  • Art
  • Journal of Narrative Theory
The structured re-telling of events from our life forms a narrativized account of who we are. But it’s not just our own narratives that shape our experiences; it’s what we see on screen: as Sandvoss shows, in many ways we identify our sense of self with mediated narratives (96). With websites that facilitate hypertextual and multilinear narratives, and with cinematic representations of narrative meaning, it becomes important to examine changes in mediated narrative structure, so that we can… 
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