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Open Tables | Meeting with Experts

Do you have an idea for an online story and want to drum up publicity for it? You developed an idea for an art game and you’re looking for partners to bring it to life? Over the course of our workshop, internationally renowned mentors will help you polish up your project and get it ready for the world.
SAT   26 / 09 / 2015
14:00  –  16:00
National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute Wałbrzyska 3/5
02-739 Warsaw
The Promised Land room | 1st floor

The meeting will be held in English and will play out as an informal workshop−in brief conversations with each of the mentors, participants will have the opportunity to take up topics related to the production and distribution of interactive forms. If you would like to participate in the workshop, you need to fill out an application form. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us NInABeta@nina.gov.pl

Workshop mentors will include:

Dominique Willième, producer of interactive content, currently at ARTE; previously associated with the National Film Board of Canada. Author of the webdoc Fort McMoney.

Benjamin Hoguet, founder of the Paris chapter of Storycode, a global community dedicated to emerging and established new media artists. Internationally renowned expert and author of multiple e-books on interactive storytelling.

Lindsay Poulton, journalist and producer of interactive content with a host of awards and honors under her belt. Participated in the development of The Guardian’s most compelling interactive projects.

Margaux Missika, a producer with the French company Upian where she is responsible for international co-production of interactive documentary projects. Currently involved with Generation What?, a project that will have its own version in Poland.

Marco del Pra’ and Edith Carron, Berlin-based artists behind Atterwasch, the independent online scroll-doc that took the German media by storm.

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