Story-Re-Telling | Exhibition
A very approachable introduction into the issues surrounding new narratives. What are cross-media projects? How does modern storytelling look, how do we tell stories with interactions, multimedia, video game mechanics, and other methods brought forward by the advent of digital culture? How does the role of the audience change?
How long does the route take: 90 minutes.
Location: The “Minimax” Auditorium.
Economy of Attention
Nowadays, it is much harder to capture and hold the attention of the audience. It’s a commodity that has to be fought for. Projects selected for this route−short forms and interactions−examine and explore issues like permanent lack of time and the overabundance of media.
How long does the route take: 45 minutes.
Location: passages, corridors, and stairways.
The Slow Web
After a brief infatuation with ever shorter forms, online culture is finding its way back to longform narratives and forms that require time, attention, and−the keyword here−engagement. Projects selected for this route focus on long narrative forms, especially webdocs, podcasts, and multimedia storytelling. Most of the works are presented in English.
How long does the route take: 120 minutes.
Location: selected spaces in different areas of the building
Kids’ Corner | Accompanying Event
Projects for kids that will surely be of interest to the adults and projects for adults that kids also will find very interesting.
Location: club area
Music Videos | Accompanying Event
For the entire duration of the festival (September 25-27, 2015, from 20.30 to 22.30) the courtyard will be host to a presentation of interactive music videos. Everyone will have a chance to assume the role of a VJ and animate the images appearing on a huge screen covering the facade of the NInA building.
Location: the “Four Seasons” courtyard