[EXCLUSIVE] Game of Thrones Animated Version

1881 Animation made an extraoridinary animated re-cap of HBO’s Game of Thrones (gameofthrones

Love Radio - Web Documentary

A transmedia documentary about reconciliation in post-genocide Rwanda by Ejjfje Blankevoort and Anoek Steketee.

First Episode: 7 april

 

J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter film spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will be a trilogy, according to a Warner Bros. executive interviewed by the New York Times.

Top trends for online video in 2014 by KLOK

Iron Sky - Producing with the Audience (by @energiaproductions)

vía futuristgerd 

Paul Zak - Future of Storytelling

Dr. Zak, a founding pioneer in the emerging field of neuroeconomics, closely monitored the neural activity of hundreds of people who viewed Ben’s story. What he discovered is that even the simplest narrative, if it is highly engaging and follows the classic dramatic arc outlined by the German playwright Gustav Freytag, can evoke powerful empathic responses associated with specific neurochemicals, namely cortisol and oxytocin. Those brain responses, in turn, can translate readily into concrete action—in the case of Dr. Zak’s study subjects, generous donations to charity and even monetary gifts to fellow participants. By contrast, stories that fail to follow the dramatic arc of rising action/climax/denouement—no matter how outwardly happy or pleasant those stories may be—elicit little if any emotional or chemical response, and correspond to a similar absence of action. Dr. Zak’s conclusions hold profound implications for the role of storytelling in a vast range of professional and public milieus.”

Data can persuade people, but it doesn’t inspire them to act; to do that, you need to wrap your vision in a story that fires the imagination and stirs the soul.

Watch Dogs - Story Trailer

Les aventures d’un village - interactive book

How to build a fictional world - TED Ed

8-Bit Cinema - PULP FICTION

JWTIntelligence - 10 Trends for 2014 in 2 minutes

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