I’m off to Halifax end of Feb. to join the Women Making Waves Conference & crafting a transmedia masterclass. Looking forward to connecting with the community on the East Coast!
My fantastic interview with Alison Norrington on The Chatsfield: Harlequin Mills & Boon’s transmedia storyworld is up!
Check out how this Cutting Edge Multi-Platform Publishing Venture is supporting Fan Fiction & Fan-Made Videos… super cool
Reimagining reading with sound effects and animation
…Then Fleming found Inanimate Alice.
Created by the British novelist Kate Pullinger and British-Canadian multimedia artist Chris Joseph, Alice is a book that blinks, buzzes, hums, sings, jitterbugs, plays games, and, on occasion, rains and snows. Using her laptop, Fleming projected the first Alice story onto a library whiteboard … and her fifth-graders went nuts. The story was immersive like little else, the first piece of fiction that helped them see life through a character’s eyes. A few students approached her afterwards to thank her, tears glistening in their eyes….
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.theatlantic.com
It’s summer, and if you’ve got the time, we’ve got another massive list of funding and career opportunities to get your next film off the ground! The following grants, markets, and pitch opportunities are organized by deadline from July to early September. An asterisk next to the grant title (*) means that grant is open to both doc and narrative films. To find out more specifics on a grant, click on the title and get started.
Sourced through Scoop.it from: nofilmschool.com
“Over the course of a year, Sheffield Doc/Fest collaborated with Crossover Labs and film festivals around the country to run a series of workshops on interactivity and filmmaking. All six interactive platforms: Klynt, Racontr, Korsakow, Popcorn Maker, Treehouse and Storygami, give filmmakers the ability to create interactive elements for their films, without the need for a programmer to build them.
(…) My role was to attend every workshop, try out the platforms, and write a report that would explain what each of them offers to filmmakers who wish to add interactivity to their films.”
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.xolabs.co.uk