Transmedia Student in Audiovisual and Multimedia Production
Lone Scherfig (born 2 May 1959) is a Danish film director who has been involved with the Dogme 95 movement and who has been widely critically acclaimed for several of her movies, including the Oscar-nominated film An Education .
beActive has an extensive track record in multiplatform content production around the world. Sofia’s Diary , beActive’s first Transmedia series created in 2003, was already produced and localized in 10 territories mixing TV, Internet, Mobile and other Media. beActive is also responsible for the development and production of Flatmates , Final Punishment and Beat Generation , Transmedia properties produced in Portugal, UK, Ireland, Greece, Eastern Europe and Russia.
Out My Window , part of the Highrise project, is a 360-degree documentary telling the stories of tower-block dwellers in 13 world cities
Open Source Cinema was a collaborative website created to produce the documentary film RiP!
Wreckamovie is a collaborative film production platform to allow individuals to set up a film production and find a community to collaborate with, or find others' interesting film productions and become a collaborator in a worknet . Its aim is to make filmmaking easier, more effective and possible for everyone. [ 3 ] [ edit ] History
Crowdsourcing is the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people, and especially from an online community, rather than from traditional employees or suppliers.
The Cosmonaut ( El Cosmonauta ) is an upcoming Spanish [ citation needed ] science-fiction feature film directed by Nicolas Alcala and produced by Carola Rodriguez and Bruno Teixidor. The first feature-length project of Riot Cinema Collective is notable for its use of crowdfunding and Creative Commons license in its production. It will also be the first movie in the world [ citation needed ] that will put all the filming's raw footage at the audience’s disposal.
Sundance Program description: A mysterious virus begins to affect the adults in a small rural town, and the youth soon find themselves cut off from civilization, fighting for their lives. How fast is the virus spreading?
What are the rules when the audience can talk to your characters, visit your locations and pick up your props? When in fact the audience become characters in the story world themselves?
Will a combination of increasingly sophisticated storytelling techniques, combined with data management and algorithmic planning lead to more engaging interactions? Paddy Adams explores these and other issues at Power to the Pixel’s Cross-Media Forum, London 2011
Jeff Gomez talks through the dynamic techniques that can be used to access your audience in the digital age at The Cross-Media Forum 2011
SHORT STORY SYNOPSIS: Children’s studio gameshow in which viewers build and play with virtual creatures – or zooks. The Bamzooki toolkit for series 1 was available on CD-ROM, but from series 2 onwards was made available for free download from the CBBC website.
One of the first native transmedia experiences in France, backed by Orange, followed a videoblogger’s encounters with the supernatural
The machinima parody series Red vs.
Participatory cinema tries to involve a film's community in the process of making movies, rather than interaction being left to cinema viewers at the end of the process. The organizers of participatory cinema open up cinema showings and the cinema production process for non professionals.