Jakob Schillinger on Sun, 4 Jan 2004 13:55:48 +0100 (CET)

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[rohrpost] Fwd: Interactive Film at the Berlinale!

Sehr interessanter Workshop im Rahmen der Berlinale:

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> 5-day workshop about Interactive Cinema for European Film Makers at  
> the Berlinale.
> Combine your visit to the festival with this inspiring introduction to  
> interactive storytelling.
> Register now to join us in Berlin and develop your own project in less  
> than a week!
> visit http://www.korsakow.org for workshop details or read the  
> description below:
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> Workshop Interactive Film @ Berlinale 2004
> 5 - 9  February 2004,  public presentation 10 February.
> What?
> In a group of 16 international filmmakers you use your own footage to  
> make an interactive film in a 5-day workshop.
> The workshop is a pressure cooker style, intense process where you get  
> to know the possibilities of interactive storytelling, design your own  
> project, discuss it with peers and experienced trainers, and build  
> your own working prototype.
> Participants can bring 40 minutes of footage maximum per person, or  
> they can use material provided by us.
> To make their interactive stories, the participants use the elegant  
> and easy to learn Korsakow System.
> All participants are assisted personally in realising their workshop  
> projects. No technical knowledge of new media is required. You have to  
> have experience in making films though!
> More information on the Korsakow System and set up of the workshop can  
> be found at http://www.korsakow.org
> Why?
> The combination of film making with interactive media offers the  
> possibility to explore new ways of telling film stories, both in form  
> and in content. An interactive presentation of material can offer the  
> viewer the possibility to explore side stories to the main themes in  
> more detail. Then there is the native possibility in interactive  
> narrative projects to offer different or even opposing perspectives on  
> the same themes parallel to each other, forming each other's context.  
> Furthermore interactive projects can open up 'issue spaces', where the  
> viewer ('user') can enter an actual discussion with the perspectives  
> of the author on a theme or issue.
> In this workshop special attention goes to editing for interactive  
> purposes. The key issue of interactive narration and also the central  
> question of this workshop is: how can the users actions and choices be  
> integrated meaningfully in the meaning of an interactive story?
> Where, when and how much?
> Workshop days are Thursday 5 February till Monday 9 February with a  
> public presentation on Tuesday 10 February. Workshop sessions take  
> from 10.00 to 16.00 on all days. The workshop takes place at the  
> University of the Arts, 10 minutes from the Berlinale main venues.  
> Participation fee is Euro 350, -. This includes lunches at all  
> workshop days, all materials and equipment and an accreditation to the  
> Berlinale. For more information, mail to korsakow@mediamatic.net.
> Trainers
> The workshop will be coached by Mediamatic in cooperation with the  
> University of the Arts in Berlin.
> Coaches are:
> * Florian Thalhofer, artist and original builder of the Korsakow  
> engine, and maker of the interactive documentary The Korsakow  
> Syndrome.
> * Klaas Kuitenbrouwer, organiser and coach of the Mediamatic workshops  
> Designing Behaviour.
> * Tobias Hülswitt, writer and teacher in interactive narration at the  
> University of the Arts in Berlin.
> * Prof. Willem Velthoven, Professor in media design at the University  
> of the Arts in Berlin.
> * 8 trainer assistants, from the Universität der Künste in Berlin
> Mediamatic
> Mediamatic Foundation publishes Mediamatic Off-Line, artist cd-roms  
> and Mediamatic On-Line, an international website on art and media with  
> a daily calendar of cultural events.  Recently Mediamatic opened the  
> permanent exhibition space Mediamatic Supermarkt where art- and new  
> media projects are developed and shown. Next to the Korsakow workshops  
> Mediamatic organises a series of workshops under the title Designing  
> Behaviour, with a conceptual approach to the possibilities of  
> interactive media.

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Institut für zeitbasierte Medien

Jakob Schillinger

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