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The New Digital Storytelling Series: Kamal Sinclair | Filmmaker Magazine

The New Digital Storytelling Series: Kamal Sinclair | Filmmaker Magazine | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

The Senior Manager at the Sundance Institute's New Frontier Story Lab, Kamal Sinclair came to interactive via an unlikely, but, in many ways, appropriate route.

 

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"Where is this community and how can people access it?

 

The beauty and difficulty with this space is that there is no single community for digital storytelling or one way to access these stories. Digital audiences are tribal, niche and referral driven. Some things will have a broad appeal and “go viral” others will only live inside a community of shared interests. The portals of entry and an understanding of your community is critical to a good story design. You also need to make sure those access points are the best choices for creating or telling your story."

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Very interesting also the set of links to interactive pieces that illustrate some of the concepts she discusses,curated by MIT Open Doc Lab.

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The Transmedia Secret of Secret Cinema

The Transmedia Secret of Secret Cinema | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
This past November, I made the trip for the second year in a row to the Mozilla Festival in London, a three day technology binge fest that brings together some of the world's top thinkers to consider and shape the future of the web.

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Justin Nalepa's curator insight, March 26, 2013 2:27 PM

The transmedia secret behind it all:

 

"At its core, it is surprisingly simple -- completely immerse your audience into the world of the movie, beginning days before they even step near the theater, as a means to get them to connect with the story in a deeper way."

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Make a movie with Google: New Chrome experiment highlights Web Speech API

Make a movie with Google: New Chrome experiment highlights Web Speech API | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
In the Peanut Gallery, you get to add intertitles to old black-and-white movies (the ones before any speech support, never mind the web). And you do it, of course, simply by talking to Chrome.
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Brilliant experiment!

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Interview with Henry Jenkins

Interview with Henry Jenkins | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

"How would you define the particular form of transmedia that is transmedia activism ?

 

Transmedia is a term which describes coordinated activities across multiple media channels. So, a transmedia story is one which is told across multiple platforms, each making a distinctive contribution to our understanding of the whole. If you simply transmit a television series on the web, that’s not transmedia, but if you use the web (or comics or live performance, for that matter) to add new layers to our understanding of the story, then you are telling a transmedia story. Transmedia activism, then, would be the effort to promote social change through creating and sharing media messages across multiple platforms. Right now, there are two primary models for transmedia activism (...)."

 

 

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French version: http://bit.ly/10NIRfY

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Vittorio Canavese's curator insight, March 23, 2013 1:11 PM

Immancabile come qualsiasi cosa riguardi Henry Jenkins

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Turnstyle Transmedia Hangout with Ingrid Kopp of Tribeca Film Institute

Turnstyle Transmedia Hangout with Ingrid Kopp of Tribeca Film Institute | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

"[We talked with Ingrid Kopp] about TFI’s new venture, how the perception of transmedia has evolved, and the changing roles of film institutes in the new media age."

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Jim Mathews Talk 2-27-13: Place-Based Education

Jim Mathews gives a talk on "Place-Based Education" and real life examples. His slides are here: http://www.slideshare.net/jmmathews/placebased-education.

 

more info: http://bit.ly/ZQlxt

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<Why is place so important?>


The argument for this hangout though closely linked to the education, it helps to understand the power of technologies based on geolocation when applied to culture and participation.

Slides very useful.

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Hacking Hollywood: How Digital Insurgents Are Disrupting Film

Hacking Hollywood: How Digital Insurgents Are Disrupting Film | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Powerful technological forces are at disrupting Hollywood. With the help of "hacker" filmmakers, the landscape will be up-ended in the coming years.
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Why smartphones are brilliant for short filmmaking

Why smartphones are brilliant for short filmmaking | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Frank Capra, director of It’s a Wonderful Life and three times Academy Award winner once said, “There are no rules in filmmaking. Only sins. And the cardinal sin is dullness.” One thing smartphones are not is dull.
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10 Tactics for Turning Information into Action – University of Copenhagen

10 Tactics for Turning Information into Action – University of Copenhagen | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

"10 tactics for turning information into action documents 35 inspiring stories of how rights advocates around the world have used information and new technologies to campaign. The film covers tactics such as how to: mobilise people, present complex data, amplify personal stories, visualise a message, and use humour to communicate a message. The film is available in 25 languages and has been screened at 200 cultural and advocacy events in more than 60 countries."

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Look at this [too] short but effective video.

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Seth Godin: ‘Perfect world’ of local media replaced by ‘something that’s impossible’

Seth Godin: ‘Perfect world’ of local media replaced by ‘something that’s impossible’ | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Standing for journalism, strengthening democracy | Journalism training, media news & how to's
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MediaShift Idea Lab . Storytelling With Social Audio: How AIR Cultivates New Media Life Forms | PBS

MediaShift Idea Lab . Storytelling With Social Audio: How AIR Cultivates New Media Life Forms | PBS | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

"San Francisco makers and hackers recently packed SoundCloud's SF office to the gills for the Making Of...Zeega event. Co-organized by veteran audio producers The Kitchen Sisters, Zeega, AIR and KQED, the event marked the launch of The Making Of...Studio: a digital sandbox for users to experiment with the Zeega platform, and share their strange and beautiful creations."

 

 

-          Hacking Storytelling One Station at a Time

 

-          Enable Audiences to Co-Create

 

-          Embedding Where the Action Is

 

-          Enlisting Field Reporters

 

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There is great turmoil in San Francisco. Very interesting "participatory experiments".

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Henry Jenkins on 'Spreadable Media': How Web 2.0 went wrong, why 'viral' sucks, and the UGC problem - Deep Media

Henry Jenkins on 'Spreadable Media': How Web 2.0 went wrong, why 'viral' sucks, and the UGC problem - Deep Media | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Last week, in part one of my interview with Henry Jenkins, we talked about how he and his coauthors came to write Spreadable Media and what it means that the "participatory culture" of the Web focuses so much of its...
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Facebook? Twitter? Help! - Social Media Tips&Tricks for Filmmakers | Seed&Spark

Facebook? Twitter? Help! - Social Media Tips&Tricks for Filmmakers | Seed&Spark | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

Social Media for Filmmakers: Including simple & important tips such as, "Act like a human being." [@povdocs]

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Jason Brush and Michel Reilhac Discuss the Second Screen and New Interactive Cinema at SXSW

Jason Brush and Michel Reilhac Discuss the Second Screen and New Interactive Cinema at SXSW | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Two of the events I was most looking forward to seeing this year at SXSW Interactive were Jason Brush's talk, Filmmaking as User Experience and Michel Reilhac's

 

"A conversation about the second screen — using a viewing device like an iPad or iPhone alongside a television set — and the new ways in which filmmakers can experiment with the cinematic form."

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The interface... "What interactivity brings is that we cannot think of ourselves as filmmakers, but as storytellers. It’s the interface between the story you’re telling and the audience you’re telling it for or to or with, that is being questioned."

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Transmedia 101 by One 3 Productions

http://one3productions.com The transmedia approach One 3 Productions uses. One 3 Productions is an innovative transmedia entertainment company that tells rel...

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Storytelling Applications for Your Smartphone

Storytelling Applications for Your Smartphone | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Blurb for iPhone Here's a handy list of storytelling applications for iOS, Android and other mobile platforms. Note-taking and writing apps were cov

 

"Storytelling is not only about creating stories, but also sharing them. What’s even more important, technology allows to tell stories instantly – you can think of them, create and share on one device and in one go.

 

The greatest thing about such instant stories is that they are catching the mood and emotions you would find extremely difficult to restore afterwards.

 

Every time you reach for your smartphone, think of it as a way to tell engaging stories and think of you as a storyteller. Here are a couple of applications with which you can reveal the creative part of you."


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Heiko Idensen's curator insight, March 18, 2013 1:44 AM

discover also: a collections of notetaking apps:
http://www.passwordincorrect.com/2011/06/09/writing-and-note-taking-apps-for-iphone-and-ipad/

Vittorio Canavese's curator insight, March 23, 2013 1:30 PM

Nonostante la foto, vengono presentati anche strumenti per Android: storytelling con strumenti minimali, alcuni prefigurano nuovi social media.

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Alpha, beta, Zeega

Alpha, beta, Zeega | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Three Harvard affiliates are launching Zeega, a software platform that makes it easy for Internet storytellers to blend audio, images, and text from the riches of the Web.
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What is Transmedia? by Anita Ondine

What is Transmedia? by Anita Ondine | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Transmedia Coalition | The Transmedia Coalition has brought together a diverse group of wonderful contributors from around the world. They are professionals with a range of expertise who have been actively participating in the field of Transmedia.
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Nuno Bernardo: Transmedia Tricks and Tips | BAFTA Guru

Nuno Bernardo: Transmedia Tricks and Tips | BAFTA Guru | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Transmedia writer/producer and CEO of beActive Nuno Bernardo on why you'll need great characters to make a multi-platform approach work for your story.

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Participation: The Trend That Is Bigger Than The Harlem Shake | TechCrunch

Participation: The Trend That Is Bigger Than The Harlem Shake | TechCrunch | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Global audiences of prosumer video producers will create content that is viewed by global audiences in numbers far in excess of traditional TV.

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Zan Chandler's curator insight, February 21, 2013 1:38 PM

In this long post by Mark Suster, he touches on a lots of interesting points that point to potential future directions for the entertainment sector.

 

Torso TV - the stuff between the "head" of consumption "(largest number of views) was dominated by platforms that had massive distribution (think TV stations, radio or retail outlets that sell CDs and DVDs. think Apple. think Amazon)" and the "long tail" (content that only the platform provider (ie YouTube) makes money on). The Torso TV is the content that is developed for global niches of watcher, niches that are likely much better than originally suspected

So if you want to be a content producer and want to make money you can develop content for global “niches” of watchers who might like: Japanese Anime, South Korean drama, Bollywood productions, reality TV on any topic – fashion, cooking, travel.

 

Participation - he uses the Harlem Shake video to illustrate how audiences aren't happy with just sitting back and consuming content, they want to take part in the party too.

 

The bottleneck that is access to Hollywood versus the many professional content producers worldwide. Drawing in Clayton Christensen's The Innovator's Dilemma, he proposes that the dominent media production industry is ripe for disruption by producers armed with mobile video; cheap and easily accessible post-production tools, local and cloud storage, and upload bandwidth; rounded out by easy sharing and amplification platforms.

Add this to the fact that studies have already shown that while people love  movies with high production values, they are not necessarily put off participating in/consuming entertainment properties that have much lower production values and higher relevance to their interests, whims and lives.

 

MMOVs - riffing off MMOGs, all the fun of watching together mixed with all the fun of interactivity of fanfic.

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Profile: William Uricchio of MIT's Open Documentary Lab

 

Submarine Channel  (http://bit.ly/12kcy8w) had the honor of chatting with William Uricchio to get his take on success in the interactive storytelling domain. He tells it’s as simple as being immersed, engaged, and just doing it.


William Uricchio is Professor and Director of the Comparative Media Studies Program and Professor of Comparative Media History at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.


 

 

 

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Multimedia, Crossmedia, and Transmedia | StoryHobby.com

Multimedia, Crossmedia, and Transmedia | StoryHobby.com | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
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Vittorio Canavese's curator insight, February 2, 2013 9:29 AM

Definizioni forse troppo sintetiche, ma utili. Interessante soprattutto la "mappa".

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M. Reilhac : « Nous sommes des pionniers »

M. Reilhac : « Nous sommes des pionniers » | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it

"A l’occasion du SmartFipa, nous avons eu la chance de nous entretenir avec Michel Reilhac, l’un des pionniers français du transmedia.

Entre lucidité et provocation, il nous délivre sa vision à moyen terme de l’évolution du transmédia qui selon lui va connaître « un trou d’air » dans les deux prochaines années faute de ne pouvoir apporter aux mass médias un ROI rapide et une audience suffisamment importante."

 

[French only]

 

Michel Reilhac, former Executive Director of Arte France Cinéma and Director of Film Acquisitions for ARTE France, is a passionate evangelist of Transmedia Storytelling.

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A very interesting interview and post by Arnaud Hacquin.

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Andrew DeVigal : There is No Screen

Think about creating an experience, not fitting a format. @drewvigal gives a pretty hot 5min talk: There is No Screen (John Pavlus @johnpavlus) 

 

"The uninterrupted experience - A world without screens" 

 

[Recorded on January 11, 2013 in Mountain View, Ca., at Spark Camp :: Design.]

 

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Two Pens's curator insight, January 24, 2013 11:44 AM

@drewvigal, who worked at the NY Times, has switched to Portland's Second Story. He makes a compelling argument for transmedia storytelling in this five minute video. It's not long on "the how" but it describes "the why." 

Hans Heesterbeek's curator insight, January 25, 2013 1:56 AM

No screens, what do people want and what kind of expericinece. Don't tkae the means as starting point be the needs, thats an old one but we sometimes forget it. So Telling a story could be connecting people and that could be live, a meeting or yes technology. 

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A Video Library of Human Life Experiences - Goodnet

A Video Library of Human Life Experiences - Goodnet | Audiovisual 2.0 | Scoop.it
Cultural awareness spread via films

 

"A growing video library documenting the human experience of individuals from all corners of the world"

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I am afraid that sharing the human experience through a video library can not become a production model, but it can certainly be a resource for new uses yet to come.

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