Meograph is the easiest way to create multimedia stories. With no training you can quickly create stories about the news, history, travels, life events, and more by combining video, audio, pictures, text, links, maps, and timelines. Then share by embedding anywhere on the web, or through your favorite social network.
I have long thought that 21st-century presenters can learn as much about communicating ideas from filmmakers—especially documentary filmmakers—as they can from traditional speech-communication resources.
"[...] Filmmakers are master storytellers and they have much to teach us about engaging an audience. A great story can do many things to an audience, but one thing it must do is make the audience feel. Your story does not have to make people feel good, but it must make them feel something. [...]"
Community il Film nasce dall’urgenza di raccontare una storia sociale attraverso un film comico e di farlo divertendosi.
È un’impresa corale, un modo nuovo di produrre, dove ogni persona coinvolta collabora alla realizzazione perché condivide il progetto. Del resto, siamo dei Nerds e crediamo in queste cose!
Da zero e senza finanziamenti è nata una community che ha messo in rete tutte le professionalità che occorrono a realizzare, non solo la produzione del film, ma anche le attività di gestione, gli aspetti legali e la comunicazione, oltre che il reperimento dei finanziamenti necessari.
Luca Brigada's insight:
"Community il film" un interessante progetto transmediale con la raccolta fondi tramite crowfunding.
Social Media: tutti uguali ma tutti diversi.. ovvero come impazzire per l'ottimizzazione dei contenuti! Per fortuna esistono anime pie che ci vengono incontro e creano delle utilissime infografiche: perché la dimensione (a volte) fa la differenza!
In 1978, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, and Lawrence Kasdan had early brainstorming sessions around Lucas's outline for "Raiders of the Lost Ark." They recorded the conversations and had the tape transcribed.
This is a guest post by Merv Wyeth, Project Management Consultant at Chanctonbury Associates Ltd. Imagine my delight at being selected to participate in an invitation-only event about management methods.
Let us agree, therefore, that regardless of age or situation, the learning process is one in which any learner can utilize formal, informal and social means to actually learn. It has nothing to do with generational divides.
If we were to re-categorize the foolish Prensky and Tapscott terms of Net Generation, Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants into a classification that encompasses all ages and takes into account the realities of access and participation levels, we might use the following:
John Vaskis: "Setting up a gaming crowdfunding campaign is easy. Creating a successful one that reaches its fullest potential takes some more effort though — think of it as the difference between beating Halo on Normal and Difficult."
Ariston Anderson: "As a filmmaker, Loach has adopted a working style not unlike that of the characters seen in his films. Unlike the traditional Hollywood model, he’s not driven by his own race to the top, but rather by a collective spirit, a desire to create harmony on the set and to appreciate his crew for a job well done."
One of the most inspiring and forward-thinking discussions I attended at SXSW Interactive this year was led by John Hagel, Chairman of Deloitte’s Center for the Edge, their internal think tank charged with developing emerging opportunities for the...
John Hagel, Chairman of Deloitte’s Center for the Edge, He defined the narrative as distinctly different than that of a story since a story is defined as 1) Finite – consisting of a beginning, middle and end, and 2) Stories are about “me,” not about you—the listener is supposed to hear the story but not have the experience.
In contrast, the narrative builds upon the story and incorporates two attributes stories don’t:
• 1) Narratives are open-ended, with no resolution because the end is yet to be determined, and
• 2) Narratives invite us all to participate in determining what the outcome will be.
Elize Morgan: "Through live-action theatrical performances, online video, social networks, and a myriad of websites, the project [ZED.TO] explored what it might be like to live in a future where a corporation called ByoLogyc redefines what it means to be human through "lifestyle biotech" products."
Siamo stati al Workshop organizzato da Asseprim, in collaborazione con Cartoon Lombardia, dedicato al tema del Transmedia Storytelling con ospiti d’eccezione. Un momento interessante per coniugare teoria e pratica.
Luca Brigada's insight:
Interessante articolo sul workshop tenuto da Max Giovagnoli sullo storytelling transmediale.
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.
Welcome to aimClear's coverage of #SESNY 2013! What an interesting way to kick off an digital marketing conference - a keynote all about television. Talk about coming full circle in the universe of technology and advertising platforms.
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