CINEMACITY, Just Great!

Cinemacity geolocalizes film excerpts throughout Paris, exactly where they were shot. Different walks are available to the users, enabling them to discover the city through the lens of cinema. Cinemacity is also a creation lab which produces original ‘fiction walks’ on a neighborhood scale, split in 5 episodes. Users are invited to walk from one episode to the next. You may also express your talentby sending us your own sweded version of a film scene shot in Paris : this is your own remake, made with what’s available at hand. A Cinemacity festival will be organized to reward the best of these contributions. Cinemacity is a free cultural experience aimed at film and city lovers alike, available in English, French and GermanWall newspapers will be posted in the city to walk pedestrians through Cinemacity. Several publications will be printed in different neighborhoods, in French and in English, enabling everyone to discover the city’s intimate story, interspersed with film shoot anecdotes. Cinemacity is co-produced by Arte and the Small Bang studio, in partnership with la Mairie de Paris and the Forum des Images, with the support of the CNC

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Michel Reilhac – The State of Transmedia Storytelling In Europe, and ‘Poetic Intention’ via (@StoryForward)
Hosts Steve Peters and J.C. Hutchins have a fascinating chat with Michel Reilhac, who is the Executive Director of Arte France Cinéma and Director of Film Acquisitions for ARTE France. A passionate evangelist of Transmedia Storytelling, Michel shares his experiences pitching and producing projects in Europe, and talks about the changing transmedia landscape there.

Michel Reilhac – The State of Transmedia Storytelling In Europe, and ‘Poetic Intention’ via (@StoryForward)

Hosts Steve Peters and J.C. Hutchins have a fascinating chat with Michel Reilhac, who is the Executive Director of Arte France Cinéma and Director of Film Acquisitions for ARTE France. A passionate evangelist of Transmedia Storytelling, Michel shares his experiences pitching and producing projects in Europe, and talks about the changing transmedia landscape there.


Gaza Sderot - Life in spite of everything  (via @ARTEFr) 
“This project reports on life as experienced by men, women and children in Gaza (Palestine) and Sderot (Israel): their lives and their survival on a daily basis. Under difficult living conditions and the threat of air attacks and bombings, people do keep on working, loving and dreaming. Life in spite of everything.
 
In order to document this will to live, short chronicles (2 minutes each) will be shot by both Israeli and Palestinian teams, day after day for two months. These short stories will follow six characters from Gaza and six from Sderot. In this way, we will have a new story of each character every week, and the viewer will be able to follow them intimately for 10 weeks. The stories will be aired via the Internet and users will have a personal, interactive and non-linear access to these contents on the site ARTE France which will include the videos, blogs, forums, links etc.
Gaza Sderot is an original project broadcast by Arte.tv, the official site of ARTE, the French-German cultural television station, in coproduction with an Israeli team - Alma Films/Trabelsi Productions in cooperation with The Sapir College in Sderot, a Palestinian team - Ramattan Studios, a French documentary production company - Bo Travail ! and an interactive production company Upian.com.
On Saturday, October 25th, “Gaza Sderot” won the “Prix Europa” which took place in Berlin”.

(via cinefragma)

Gaza Sderot - Life in spite of everything  (via @ARTEFr

This project reports on life as experienced by men, women and children in Gaza (Palestine) and Sderot (Israel): their lives and their survival on a daily basis. Under difficult living conditions and the threat of air attacks and bombings, people do keep on working, loving and dreaming. Life in spite of everything.

 

In order to document this will to live, short chronicles (2 minutes each) will be shot by both Israeli and Palestinian teams, day after day for two months. These short stories will follow six characters from Gaza and six from Sderot. In this way, we will have a new story of each character every week, and the viewer will be able to follow them intimately for 10 weeks. The stories will be aired via the Internet and users will have a personal, interactive and non-linear access to these contents on the site ARTE France which will include the videos, blogs, forums, links etc.

Gaza Sderot is an original project broadcast by Arte.tv, the official site of ARTE, the French-German cultural television station, in coproduction with an Israeli team - Alma Films/Trabelsi Productions in cooperation with The Sapir College in Sderot, a Palestinian team - Ramattan Studios, a French documentary production company - Bo Travail ! and an interactive production company Upian.com.

On Saturday, October 25th, “Gaza Sderot” won the “Prix Europa” which took place in Berlin”.

(via cinefragma)



“The Medium is the Mess” Three experts talk transmedia storytelling at the Berlinale Talent Campus Panel (via Support Your Local Cinema) 

“The Medium is the Mess” Three experts talk transmedia storytelling at the Berlinale Talent Campus Panel (via Support Your Local Cinema

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