Lauren Davis: "Fan fiction and fan art are both enormous components of our popular culture [...] But, sometimes creators, publishers, and studios claim that works of fan art and fan fiction violate their copyright. So is that Supernatural fanfic you're working on legal, or should you worry about the lawyers coming a-calling?"
Knowledge@Wharton: "Our current multi-channel, multi-screen, "always on" world is giving rise to a new form of storytelling, dubbed "transmedia," that unfolds a narrative across multiple media channels" ...
'Aurore Galliano offers a new perspective as part of a series of articles which provide a complete overview of certain fan practices, many of them related to storytelling, and their transmedia potential. She brings us a look at “fan community story factories” and explains “expanded universes: home-made franchises”.'
DRC: When fan communities embrace the principle of storytelling 1/3 can be found here.
Aurore Gallarino: "The aim of this series of articles is to provide a complete overview of certain fan practices which can be considered as potential transmedia practices, in particular in terms of storytelling."
Cory Doctorow: "Here's an hour-long presentation on copyright law and fan art from San Diego ComicCon 2012, presented by a lawyer from DeviantArt who once worked as a copyright enforcer for Paramount" ...
Henry Jenkins: "Today, I wanted to share with you an article which I wrote about the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con for Boom: A Journal of California, which has finally come out in print -- just in time for Comic-Con 2012."
Aurore Gallarino: "The storytelling fan sometimes goes beyond the fictional environment when they don’t just write follow-ups or missing scenes for a work but go beyond that and create content as if it was straight out of the universe."
DRC: When fan communities embrace the principle of storytelling 1/3 can be found here and Do it yourself: fan community “pirate” productions 2/3 can be found here.
Despite it winner at Friday’s box office with almost $17 million, and being on track to close out the weekend in the number one position, the found-footage horror film The Devil Inside is leaving audiences up in arms...
[Not the way to approach multi-platform storytelling.]
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