Alissa Walker: 'I also like the simple way Hi talks about itself on its homepage: "A community of writers, journalists, journalers, illustrators, photographers, travelers, poets, and musicians exploring the world, and sharing those explorations through images and text."'
Phil Harris: "In games themselves there is often more than one medium that the author has to consider. This is no longer just the written word but how this integrates with the rest of the function of gameplay; such as sound, visual style, art, design, direction and programming; not withstanding budget constraints."
Scott Walker: "Today, collaborative storytelling exists in many forms and utilizes many kinds of creative mechanics. With the advent of the Internet and the increasing tendency for consumers to produce their own content, the ability to collaborate on a project has never been easier."
Will Freeman: "The concept behind augmented reality books is simple: a physical book contains many elements that elude the human eye, only visible through the use of various apps, gadgets and other devices. "
Kim Gaskins: "Inclusive storytelling can be hugely rewarding, but understanding how to hook your audience – and how to walk away with high-quality content – can be just as difficult. With that in mind, here are a few best practices for engaging people in various aspects of storytelling, including funding and content creation."
Alex Billington: '"We all love stories. We're born for them," says filmmaker Andrew Stanton (of Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Wall-E, John Carter) in this video that celebrates everyone who's ever had an idea, picked up a camera, or searched for a way to bring their story to life.'
Celluloid Liberation Front: "As part of the Berlinale Talents creative summit earlier this month, Irish director Neil Jordan (who created the Showtime historical drama "The Borgias") and Hollywood producer Martha De Laurentiis ("Hannibal"), the widow of the late legendary producer Dino De Laurentiis, spoke about the differences between working in film and television."
Paula Bernstein: "Usually moviegoers are instructed to turn off their smartphones while watching a film, but with "App," the new Dutch thriller directed by Bobby Boermans, viewers are encouraged to keep their phones on in order to experience the second-screen content."
Dan Sarto: "The LEGO Movie has arrived, in all its absurdist and charming glory. $69.1 million opening weekend U.S. box office absurdist and charming glory to be more precise. And one of the key people we have to thank for all that absurdist and charming glory is Animation Supervisor and Editor Chris McKay."
Margaret Looney: "The first thing most of us learn about storytelling is that a narrative should have a beginning, a middle and an end, but a new breed of documentary is turning this tried-and-true approach on its head" ...
Gene Demby: "Artist Orion Martin recently posted several images reimagining X-Men characters as people of color. This touched off a conversation about race in comic book worlds, and how these comic book depictions relate to real life."
Alison Willmore: 'Robert Rodriguez, who broke into film by making a $7,000 feature, is bringing his efficient indie sensibilities to television with a new network, El Rey, and his first-ever TV drama, "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series."'
Charlie Jane Anders: "Being a science fiction creator is the most amazing adventure -- you get to invent whole new worlds, brand new futures, and fantastic technologies, and you get to tell the most incredible stories about them. But it's also a tough and heartbreaking career path, whether you're in books, comics, movies or television. Here are 10 things that every brand new science fiction creator ought to know at the start."
Maria Popova: "Read by Terry Burns and featuring an appropriately haunting score from the young British composer Lennert Busch, the film belongs to — pioneers, perhaps — an emerging creative genre: the cinematic poem."
Dan Solomon: "Fans who have spent the better part of a decade waiting for the follow-up to the author's His Dark Materials trilogy can bide their time with the chronicles of Jeffrey the fly. Pullman discusses his unexpected creation" ...
Mark Maurer: "We're seeing a rise in an unusual sort of anthology format with shows like FX's upcoming "Fargo" that will tell a new story with new characters each season. Here's why this structure's so popular."
Mike Jones: "What place has a writers-room in the development of a museum exhibition? How do you write a spatial, immersive narrative for a museum audience? What is the role of Genre and Dramatic Storytelling to a Museum collection?"
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