The movement toward immersive media designed to increase audience engagement and distill attention is consonant with the revival of immersion journalism. Celebrity documentarians Louie Psihoyos and Morgan Spurlock are renowned for the method that places them in unusual and often highly dangerous situations. Documentary film and video increasingly features the immersed journalist as the protagonist, as in Vice’s controversial ISIS video, “The Islamic State.” By showcasing the process of production through the figure of the immersed journalist, these works implicate audiences in investigative longform journalism that can take the form of a quest, experiment, and infiltration.