Great video about the evolution of Hollywood figuring out how to text in film & TV. I first noticed it in House of Cards, but this really goes into depth. Fascinating!
‘Little Bets: How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries’, conference by Peter Sims
Great way to get a deeper understanding of Pixar’s creative process.
"We should concern ourselves not so much with the pursuit of happiness, but with the happiness of the pursuit." Professor Coreman (Christopher Plummer) in Hector and the Search for Happiness
In a search for similarity, one particular aspect of the human psyche stands out. This is our underlying desire for beauty, which differs from person to person. Regardless, we are all compelled to seek it out in life. And when we find it, a feeling of content resonates within.
Yet, when you examine the prominence of books, movies, and television shows, all of which offer an escape from one’s own reality, you realize that a vast majority of our population finds beauty in the escape, in the adventure, and in the pure exhilarating excitement of fantasy. And, this is where Transmedia Storytelling and Alternate Reality Games thrive.
I interviewed one of my favorite directors, Richard Linklater. This is the first of two articles that came of it.
A web series producer considers DeVanity’s Emmy nom
“(…) DeVanity’s Daytime Emmy Nomination may be part of a breakthrough event signaling that true independent web series have entered the “big room” of mainstream television. (…) So it is natural to ask how this was done on the average, and ludicrously small, budget of a web series. (…) The simple answer is (…)”
MWF intern Lauren Colosimo talks to Timothy Duquesne about the We Support Creators’ ecosystem, his upcoming book and the ongoing media revolution.
“Melbourne Web Fest (18-20 July, 2014) works to honour innovative creators that are transforming the world of entertainment. It is the first and only festival dedicated exclusively to web series in Australia - and the southern hemisphere (…)”
Storytelling, team-building, and the magic in between. A conversation with Stillmotion.