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6 Great Examples of Digital Storytelling - 8MS Blog At 8 Million Stories we combine digital marketing with digital storytelling. Most people know and understand digital marketing, but far fewer people have heard of digital storytelling. In the socially connected world, the attention span of an audience becomes shorter as more and more mundane content is thrust in front of their eyes. Digital storytelling allows a brand to evoke emotion, and become more connected with consumers. If content is at the heart of digital marketing, then we believe audiences are at the heart of digital storytelling. 4 Inspiring Examples of Digital Storytelling Layla Revis is vice president of digital influence at Ogilvy PR Worldwide. Her specialties include international affairs, tourism and multicultural marketing. In 2011, Sundance Film Festival created The New Frontier Story Lab, an initiative created to foster the development of a new style of media production. As media began to depart from traditional, linear films intended for a passive audience, the launch represented an innovative new era in entertainment.
Level 10: Nonlinear Storytelling « Game Design Concepts Last time, we learned some basic linear storytelling principles, as told to us by people that worked with books, plays, and movies. And this is fine and good for games that have a linear story. Many video games work this way, where the story is essentially told as a movie broken up into small parts, and the player has to complete each section of the game to see the next bit of movie. I do not mean this in any kind of derogative way; many popular games work like this, and many players find these games quite compelling. Even personally, I have had times when I would be messing about in the subscreens optimizing my adventuring party, only to have my wife call from across the room: “stop doing that and go fight the next boss so you can advance the plot, already!”
Firestorm: The story of the bushfire at Dunalley Turn autoplay off Turn autoplay on Please activate cookies in order to turn autoplay off Edition: About us Today's paper The March Family Letters Pemberley Digital presents The March Family Letters, a modern adaptation of Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. The series follows the four March sisters as they make video diaries for their mother deployed overseas. The videos document their love, loss and struggle into adulthood. Headstrong Jo is the instigator of the videos, but the project is an easy sell to self-centered Amy who begins to produce her own outlandish contributions for the series. The eldest, Meg, and introverted Beth are both reticent, but eventually get dragged into the production. The series is created and produced by Cherrydale Productions.
Algorithm-Powered Movie whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir Computes at Sundance A scene from the computer-powered film whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir. PARK CITY, Utah — It’s never the same movie twice. [bug id="sundance"]Eve Sussman’s experimental cinema project whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir uses a computer to build a movie out of 3,000 video clips, 80 voiceovers and 150 pieces of music. Though it makes choices in largely random fashion, the computer is surprisingly adept at editing together a pretty good movie. Sometimes.
Cast of Wonders Wonder Tales – Not Just Fairies Hi everyone, your editor Marguerite here. This weekend has been the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. I’ve been following along as various members of my Twitter stream were in attendance. Pemberley Digital Pemberley Digital presents Emma Approved, a full-length adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic Emma. The series follows the iconic Emma Woodhouse, re-imagined as a young brilliant entrepreneur who runs a life coaching and matchmaking business with her business partner and lifelong friend Alex Knightley. As Emma’s elaborate schemes to make everyone’s lives better lead to unexpected drama and revelations, she learns to listen to the people around her and open her own heart to the possibility of love. The story plays out on Pemberley Digital’s YouTube channel as Emma records herself for a future documentary about her business, while her blog provides real lifestyle advice and explores the fashion looks featured in the show.