Ben Travers: "In greenlighting this expansive tentpole from Ryan Murphy, FX executives, the series' showrunners, Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson, and key crew members made very specific, very self-aware and very, very smart moves to ensure high awareness and maximize the potential of this project."
Kadi Hughes: "In the past few years, participatory theater has moved from the fringes to the forefront, with audience members taking part in theater performances as active participants. This style of performance is creating a new way to view art—as a collaborative, always-changing creation" ...
Simon Staffans: "We have all heard the value of getting something to a viral stage and the need for either robust strategies for social media or an enormous amount of good luck to make that virality happen – most often a combination of the two is needed."
Judith Aston: "Having just convened our fourth i-Docs symposium, it feels like an opportune moment to reflect on what is meant by ‘interactive documentary’ and why we at i-Docs have always seen it as a way of framing a set of possibilities, as opposed to being a specific medium, genre or platform."
Roy Graham: "Though usually used in a fantasy context, social activists are using LARPs to foster empathy among adults, who act out scenarios of real world injustices in order to spotlight emotions and complexities inherent in social or culture clashes."
Martin Bryant: "While audiences around the world know the UK’s BBC best for its hit TV shows like Top Gear and Doctor Who, it has been a key force in technological advances since since it first started broadcasting almost a century ago" ....
Simon Staffans: "We won’t be creating a documentary, or a series, or a film when we're working multiplatform – we’ll be creating an experience that will stretch further than most traditional narratives can hope for."
Sparksheet: "Snapchat, instant messaging, and Donald Trump were all the rage in Austin this past March. Spafax’s Matthew Fox braved the crowds at SXSW and found out what was what in content production, digital campaigns, and social media marketing. He also ate many tacos."
Simon Staffans: "There are trends in today’s world, and there are things that could be better described as mega-trends. One of them is – building on things I’ve discussed in posts on this blog over the past few weeks, months and years – the notion of a creative society."
DRC: The latest blog post in Simon Staffan's excellent series on storytelling for an evolving audience ....
Sandra Gaudenzi: "VR and 360 video projects have dominated the festival landscape this year, and small and big players want to catch the train while they can. Similar to the effect of The arrival of a train at La Ciotat (1895), the illusion of “being there” is associated with a wave of enthusiasm. Immersion and empathy are the new keywords, and the hope that this time we have found a technology that will trick our senses even more than the one before, seems to provoke a mini gold rush – or maybe just a high in the Gartner’s Media & Entertainment Hype Cycle."
James Clements: "For years, games have acted as escapism. Life is Strange, however, could be described as the exact opposite. What happens when a game gets you to look at your own life instead? Well, in Life is Strange’s case, an incredibly powerful story that can bring comfort and relatability."
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