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From Sherlock to cult movies, audiences get in on interactive act

From Sherlock to cult movies, audiences get in on interactive act | Machinimania | Scoop.it





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Great idea. I would love to go there -

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, July 13, 2014 1:44 AM


Vanessa Thorpe:  "Theme parks and heritage attractions join the booming new market for immersive theatre"

Mattia Nicoletti's curator insight, July 14, 2014 4:04 AM

In the whole world of entertainment immersive experience (even social tv and second screen may be considered a kind of immersive experience) is getting more and more important. Transmedia is taking place and creativity, good writying (and a good budget) is all you need to leverage storytelling to the next level.

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Machinima: How brands are making films within games

Machinima: How brands are making films within games | Machinimania | Scoop.it

"Creating movies from within computer games may sound like something best left to teenage boys, but the art of machinima, making animated films from within the real-time 3-D 'engine' of a video game, is proving anything but says Aaron Martin, Collective London's head of strategy" ...


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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's insight:

Seeing the opportunity, EA commissioned Stoneman to create a piece of machinima that showcased the new downloadable content while paying homage to those "Only in Battlefield" moments.

The resulting short movie quickly became one of the most effective pieces of content EA has produced, generating more than 765,000 views and 25,000 likes without even as much as a sponsored post in media support. EA’s campaign for 'Battlefield 3' garnered them the top spot in the newly released Social Brands 100 for 2013.

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Shiraz Bazin-Moussi's curator insight, June 9, 2013 5:36 PM

Machinima: How brands are making films within games

Juan Carlos Burgon's curator insight, June 17, 2013 6:21 PM

I think in this times of life videogames are openning the doors for new types of filmaking by giving them chances to start producing about new topics and types of themes that are related to life and to actual information that would be great for editing and producing films, they would be magical, or of action, drama and they will have too many kind of brilliant acts to show

Rafael Geraldo's curator insight, April 6, 3:41 PM

Uma ideia na cabeça e um joystick na mão:

Conheça o Machinima, um gênero que usa a interface dos games para fazer filmes incríveis.

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Digital storytelling: How to tell a story that stands out in the digital age

Digital storytelling: How to tell a story that stands out in the digital age | Machinimania | Scoop.it

Jasper Visser: "To address the most important issue first: there is no such thing as digital storytelling. There’s only storytelling in the digital age, and frankly speaking this isn’t much different from storytelling in the age of hunters, gatherers, dinosaurs and ICQ" ...

 

This is a wonderful story from real life. 

 

It's a Genius project.

 

Click abowe and watch the video and maybe, maybe you get so inspired that you can be a part of    turning the wheel around in your cumminity with a similar or other case that deserve it. 

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ChelseyMarie's curator insight, January 18, 2013 8:10 PM

What the video! It's amazing.  Book Burn Pary!!! YESSS.

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Emotion and the Self in Games

Emotion and the Self in Games | Machinimania | Scoop.it

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's insight:

The poet, novelist, screenwriter, playwright and games writer will find similar rhetorical devices being applied in different ways.

 

What sort of emotions am I talking about? In his essay on emotion in film, film theorist Ed Tan speaks about the difference between what he describes as ‘artefact emotion’ and ‘fiction emotion’ (Tan). Artefact emotions are ‘non-empathetic’ and occur in response to sensory pleasures such as the appearance of the actors, costumes, scenery, and special effects.

 

If you are working with any kind of story telling this is very interesting reading. Click for full article.

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, September 4, 2013 12:40 AM


Christy Dena:  "There are some books that carry you along a journey until your tears make it impossible to read. Films and television shows, too. Games evoke emotion in a similar way to non-interactive works, with some exceptions – the greatest difference being emotion facilitated through action" ...

RainboWillis's curator insight, September 4, 2013 7:44 PM

VERY engrossing, well written and visually compelling explication of the narrative power/structure in a very, very good game: Journey. 

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How to find an audience for your indie film

How to find an audience for your indie film | Machinimania | Scoop.it

Frank Rose:  "It's never been easy to market an indie film—but in a blockbuster universe, getting people to care about a low-budget production devoid of stars and lacking the enormous, built-in fan base of The Dark Knight or The Hunger Games can seem all but impossible."


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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's insight:

Frank says: "Your community are those people who want your film to succeed as much as you do, and are willing to do anything and everything they can do to help it get there. They are the people who are willing to spend their Saturday afternoon putting up posters for you in their local towns. They are the ones who can’t wait to meet others who share a similar passion for your project. The real value of community is that these are the people who will tell ten others to go see your movie. And there’s nothing more powerful (and inexpensive) than lever­aging the passion of your community."


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Binary Racoon's curator insight, May 24, 2013 8:20 PM

Thank you Mr Rose

Bart van Maanen's curator insight, May 25, 2013 4:28 AM

Het promoten van 'kleine', onafhankelijk geproduceerde films is vaak moeilijk. Hier een schets van een andere weg naar een groter publiek. Productie en promotie van films kunnen door internet en IP tv sowieso niet meer op de oude manier.