With three months to go before FMX 2014 opens its doors, the very first program glimpses are now to be had. Europe’s most influential conference on digital entertainment seeks to illustrate the differences and synergies between the Animation, Effects, Games and Transmedia communities, thus transforming into an international meeting place “Where Art, Technology and Business meet.” In 2014, FMX takes place under the slogan “A Realtime Experience” and emphasizes industry changes and developments that are captured in topical issues such as Realtime, Immediate Feedback, Virtual Production, Disruption as well as a multitude of other key terms. These topics are at center of the Conference program with its presentations, screenings, workshops and masterclasses and they are also discussed at the Marketplace, Recruiting Hub and the School Campus.
Program highlights abound at FMX. Outstanding presentations in the limelight feature Transmedia projects such as the award-winning game franchise The Walking Dead, the evolution of PDI/DreamWorks, game favorites such as Beyond: Two Souls and many more...
“Mapa transmedia del proyecto Panzer Chocolate. Cada día se habla más de las narrativas cross-media, también llamadas transmediáticas (en inglés transmedia storytelling). Si bien la reflexión académica sobre los relatos ...”
"Even if the figure of the zombie appeared only relatively recently in popular western culture (1), it has enjoyed almost continuous success since the 60s and the release of Night Of The Living Dead by Romero. A success that the series The Walking Dead is definitely being driven by, inspired by the series of comic books of the same name created by Robert Kirkman in 2003. With the help of the film director Frank Darabont, he also contributed towards its adaptation for the American channel AMC, which has been showing the series since September 2010..."
“Una obra transmediática, en la que el lector podrá participar e interactuar con la novela. ELEMENTOS NARRATIVOS DE LA NOVELA. 1.- Relatos ... Posted on 19 mayo, 2013 by admin in Cross Media, Transmedia, transmedia storytelling ...”
“ There are many products of media convergence (the way that the Internet and advancing technology is sucking content away from traditional devices like televisions and radio, and pushing it onto the...”
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Gianluca Fiorelli: "Every brand has a story to tell, and the way users consume stories is changing faster than ever. How will you tell your brand's story across multiple media outlets and platforms, while still giving users an active role in the expansion process?"
"Now that the National Film Board of Canada is not the only big player in the game of transmedia storytelling (outside of the branding world, of course), the Tribeca Film Institute, Mozilla and more are eager to put their money and support behind transmedia storytelling"
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