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Episode 34 - La marca de Odin
November 14, 2013 06:24 AM PST
Hoy conoceremos a Xavier Marcé, creador del universo transmedia de La Marca de Odín. Charlaremos sobre la creación de un proyecto de esta envergadura, nuevos modelos de negocio y las dificultades más comunes que encuentran los autores independientes.
Entrevista por Belén Santa-Olalla, @belen_santaEpisode 33 - Untitled Murder Project
October 28, 2013 10:32 PM PDT
A very interesting interactive video/webseries project from Alonso Mayo. Not transmedia but an interesting look at alternative story structures.
Check out the project at http://unlinear.tv/
Interviewer is Robert Pratten: @robprattenEpisode 32 - Horror Urbano
October 14, 2013 10:32 PM PDT
Hoy charlamos con Luis Borruey, gerente de Infinitoo Studios y productor de la experiencia "Horror urbano en Valencia". Nos contará sobre su proyecto:
Entrevista por Belén Santa-Olalla, @belen_santaEpisode 31 -- City of Conspiracy
October 08, 2013 10:13 PM PDT
Jonny Virgo discusses the amazing success of indie #transmedia project City of Conspiracy. A must listen for anyone curious to know how #transmedia can be self-funding.
October 02, 2013 12:00 PM PDT
@robpratten talks to Marco Sparmberg (@MarcoSparmberg) from Hexagon Concepts (haexagon.org) in Hong Kong about their project 00c6: a sci-fi story throwing light on the gendercide in China.
September 24, 2013 03:09 AM PDT
Edit is a three-episode webseries that asks the audience to re-cut parts of the video to uncover clues.
@Robpratten talks with Chris Cornwell about the design and aspirations of the project. At the time of recording the project has an active Kickstarter campaign running that can be found here.Episode 28 - The Evolution of Storytelling
September 02, 2013 06:00 PM PDT
Robert Pratten (@robpratten), CEO of Transmedia Storyteller Ltd presents to the school of Advanced TV & Film at Sheridan College, Canada.
Teachers and students at Sheridan are using Conducttr, our pervasive entertainment platform, to build and explore new storytelling formats. The college made use of the time that Robert was on campus to speak to the faculty.
This is also available as a video playlist with slides from the presentation. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL326ALImVIgzztoANWBiq-ugW4myDGMMLEpisode 27 - El reino del plomo
July 31, 2013 04:32 PM PDT
Hoy charlamos con José Antonio Guardiola, director de En Portada, y con Alberto Fernández, responsable de webdocs de RTVE, sobre "En el reino del plomo", un reportaje y docu-web experimental llevado a cabo por RTVE y que trata sobre la criminalidad y la violencia en Honduras. Hablamos sobre el documental y sus nuevos formatos, el proceso colaborativo y el control sobre la narración.Episode 26 - Choose Your Own Documentary
July 09, 2013 02:20 AM PDT
Inspired by the Choose Your Own Adventure phenomenon of the 1980’s - Nathan Penlington’s Choose Your Own Documentary tells the true story of the discovery of a found diary and his attempts to unravel its many mysteries. Part stand-up, part film documentary and part spoken word, it’s a unique and compelling interactive experience in which the audience play the most important role.
In this podcast the team behind CYOD talk to Robert Pratten (@robpratten) about the creative process of creating this fantastic show.Episode 25 - Plot 28
June 10, 2013 10:05 AM PDT
En el podcast de hoy, hablamos con Hernán Ruiz, creador junto con Agustín Serra de Plot 28, un inmenso universo transmedia de Ficción Total. Conversamos con él sobre los límites entre la realidad y la ficción, los problemas de visualización de los proyectos transmedia y sobre su desarrollo creativo.
Entrevista por Belén Santa-Olalla @Belen_Santa.Episode 24 - Wastelander Panda
May 15, 2013 01:02 AM PDT
Wastelander Panda is a post-apocalyptic tale about the survival of Wasteland’s last remaining panda! Interviewed are producer Kirsty Stark, writer/director Victoria Cocks and Marketing/Distribution producer Ella Macintyre.
Podcast discusses the crowdfunding, distribution and writing process as told to @robprattenEpisode 23 - Fernando Marías
May 09, 2013 07:03 AM PDT
Hoy en entrevistamos a Fernando Marías, escritor y novelista español que publicó "El silencio se mueve", la primera novela transmedia en España. Publicada en 2010, hoy podemos echar la vista atrás y hacer análisis del proceso creativo, la acogida del público y del avance del fenómeno transmedia en los últimos años.
Entrevista por Belén Santa-Olalla, @Belen_SantaEpisode 22 - El Cosmonauta
April 30, 2013 06:58 AM PDT
Estrenamos podcast en español, y para ello, entrevistamos a Nicolás Alcalá, director de El Cosmonauta y miembro fundador de Riot Cinema Collective, con motivo del próximo estreno en salas de la película.
Charlamos sobre la narración transmedia, el proceso creativo de un proyecto de esta envergadura y el papel decisivo que ha tenido el espectador en su realización.
Entrevista por Belén Santa-Olalla @Belen_Santa.
Episode 21 Cloud Chamber
April 23, 2013 06:35 AM PDT
Christian Fonnesbech discusses the creative process behind Cloud Chamber https://www.facebook.com/CloudChamberMystery
Interviewed by Robert Pratten @robprattenEpisode 20 - Zed.TO
March 04, 2013 02:09 PM PST
David Fono (@fonograph) and Trevor Haldenby (@trevver) discuss the amazing Zed.TO.(http://zed.to/)
A must-listen to podcast for anyone interested in pervasive theater and alternate reality games.Episode 19 - MarMareMara and the world of forgotten Swedish fairytails
February 25, 2013 11:55 PM PST
Nik Dee Dalhstrom (@nikdeedahlstrom) discusses his transmedia book, geo-caching and his authoring workflow.
MarMareMara is the name of Nik's storyworld set around a town that could be anywhere in the world. It's a world the invites you to explore and in exploring your outside surrounds you discover more about yourself.Episode 18 - Hal Hefner talks about the storyworld behind Gates
February 18, 2013 11:02 AM PST
Hal Hefner is an artist and writer and creator of the comic book Gates - located at gatesthecomic.com
Reach Hal at... hal |at| halhefner |dot| comEpisode 17 - Murder in Passing
February 12, 2013 03:11 AM PST
Murder is Passing is a transmedia crime mystery told over 42 days on 300 digtial screens across 60 Toronto subway stations, daily newspapers, online video and social media.
Here's the podcast where we speak to writer director John Greyson and co-producer Sharon Switzer who works for Pattison Onetop (the digital screens company) Arts Programming Curator.Episode 16 - Christy Dena discusses Authentic in All Caps
February 05, 2013 12:04 PM PST
Christy Dena talks about her audio-guided web adventure at the start of her crowdfunding campaign.
To help Christy raise the necesary funds, check out the project here: http://www.pozible.com/playauthenticEpisode 15 - Music and Transmedia - the Band as a Brand
December 12, 2012 11:50 PM PST
Robert Pratten talks to the Music Business School in London about how lessons from transmedia storytelling can be applied to developing a music artist.Episode 14 - Numinous Place
November 28, 2012 04:54 AM PST
Author and producer Mark Staufer talks about his interactive story Numinous Place and how it may or may not spread into our lives!
November 20, 2012 10:45 PM PST
Alt-Minds is the transmedia entertainment experience from Orange and Lexis Numerique http://www.alt-minds.com/
Robert speaks with Stephane Adamiak from Orange Content Division about how the project has been designed and executed - including the decision to make parts of the experience pay-to-play.
November 14, 2012 06:13 AM PST
Robert Pratten (https://twitter.com/robpratten) talks with Carl Heath, LARP designer and player talks about live action participatory storytelling.
Find Carl here: https://twitter.com/carlheath
Here's a whole bank of links Carl sent for further reading!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knutpunkt (Nordic LARP convention)
November 07, 2012 03:32 AM PST
Lulzlit.com is an "international fiction collective" writing under the pen-name of James T. Raydel. This is an interview with creator Chris Rickaby.
What's great about this collection of 7 stories is that Chris has taken a fresh approach to transmedia - grounding the stories in a solid theme and interconnecting motifs rather than sticking with the same characters or locations. Readers can choose the stories in any order and in doing so bring different perspectives on how each contributes to the whole.
The main theme is that of probability and multiverses. Chris explains that he draws on the work of Hugh Everett III and his "many worlds" theory.Episode 10 - Gorogoa with Jason Roberts
October 30, 2012 11:52 PM PDT
Gorogoa is a fascinating story-game with beautiful artwork and a heart. In this prodcast Robert talks with the sole creator, Jason Roberts.
Go to the site to download a free copy of the game: http://gorogoa.com/Episode 9 - Transmedia for Documentary Makers
October 15, 2012 04:58 AM PDT
Presentation given to the Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC) Producer's Institute, San Francisco http://bavc.org/
The title of presentation was "How to Approach Transmedia Narratives" so it's generally applicable to fiction entertainment too but has a specific slant towards social cause because of people attending the Producer's Institute.
The presentation is here: http://www.slideshare.net/ZenFilms/how-to-approach-transmedia-narrativesEpisode 8 - Top 5 Best Practices in Transmedia Storytelling
October 09, 2012 03:44 AM PDT
This is a recording of a presentation given to Transmedia Forum, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
October 02, 2012 11:01 PM PDT
Richard Kastelein - cross-media/transmedia consultant who reports regularly from Appmarket.tv talks about London's http://hackfest.tv/Episode 6 - Text Adventure Games
September 25, 2012 11:45 AM PDT
Alex Warren, creator of http://www.textadventures.co.uk/ talks about this technology platform, Quest, and about writing adventure games.Episode 5 - 3 x 3
September 19, 2012 01:39 AM PDT
3 x 3 is transmedia project told across a TV, web video, ARG and computer game. The team from Conviction Production talk about how the project came together and where it's going next.
France's "Kickstarter"-type crowdfunding platform
September 12, 2012 02:00 AM PDT
Mez Packer discusses the writing process and project initiation for the transmedia story Reliable Witness which includes a live installation as part of the Birmingham Book Festival Oct 4th - 13th 2012
Interviewed as always by Robert PrattenEpisode 3 TryLife
September 05, 2012 12:30 AM PDT
Paul Irwin discusses his project TryLife - an interactive video series built for, with and from teen participation, live events and community outreach.Episode 2 The Time Tribe
August 27, 2012 09:32 PM PDT
Dr Karen Wehner and Lucas Johnson discuss their family adventure game and pending transmedia universeEpisode 1 StoryNexus
August 22, 2012 11:55 AM PDT
Alexis Kennedy, CEO & Creative Director at Failbetter Games talks about his storytelling platform, StoryNexus
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