Production and Distribution of a Transmedial Project
- The participants must have their own transmedia project with at least three different media platforms in the process of pre-production or production. A few openings for participants without projects will be available for day one.
- Date and venue
- Thursday 25 and Friday 26 September 2014, in Solothurn
- Registration deadline
- Participants with project: two days, including individual coaching: CHF 250.-.
Participants without project, 25 September only: CHF 150.-
This seminar, just as Transmedial Architecture in Mai 2014, is part of Transmedia Projects (for details, see → www.transmediaprojects.ch)
This Workshop delivers a practical overview of the process of producing and distributing transmedia experiences. It provides an overview of how to integrate transmedia effectively into your production and distribution process and will help you place your projects in different media markets.
The Workshop equips participants with practical skills and knowledge in producing, financing and distributing transmedia projects. Participants will receive the necessary background information to successfully deal with the production of creative content. In particular, the following issues will be targeted:
- Collaborative producing and publishing participatory projects online and in physical spaces
- Planning of the audience experience in order to engage more closely with users and consumers
- Promoting collaborations among different media
- Targeting new financial partners, revenue streams and business models.
Day two of the Workshop is reserved for a one-on-one analysis of each participant's project, led by Nuno Bernardo. The Transmedia Projects granted participants will attend this Workshop on two full days. They will be with Inga von Staden on the second day.
Inga von Staden
Media expert, innovation mediator, dialogue facilitator and coach. Inga von Staden directs the four-year Interactive Media studies program at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. As an assessor for software-based media projects with the funding program PROfit of the Investitionsbank Berlin, she has lectured and written on a range of media-related subjects. She is also a member of the FMX (International Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Digital Media) program board.
Emmy-nominated transmedia writer, producer and creator of the world's first international interactive on-line teen series, sofia's diary. Mr. Bernardo is the author of The Producer's Guide to Transmedia. His pioneering work in transmedia has led him to be the guest and keynote speaker at International events such as the Toronto, Cannes and Venice International Film Festivals, EAVE, MIPTV, MEM London, Power to the Pixel and many more.
Nicole Schroeder and Jacqueline Surchat