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Articles & Case Studies

Into the Future – Michel Reilhac, Executive Director of Arte France Cinema and Director of Film Acquisitions for ARTE France

It’s All About Story – Lance Weiler, Filmmaker Magazine

Guillermo del Toro, DreamWorks Ani strike deal – Hollywood Reporter

“during the next 10 years, the entertainment landscape will shift into a transmedia world — a confluence of movies, TV, books, video and online — and artists will need to be educated in all aspects of media.”

Zoolander Is Bringing His Fashion Sense to the Web – Dave Itzkoff, New York Times

Zoolander, the fashion plate played by Ben Stiller in his 2001 comedy of the same name, is one of two characters that Mr. Stiller will portray in a series of Web-based digital shorts for Paramount Digital Entertainment. […] Mr. Stiller said in a telephone interview that those projects could grow into television shows, feature films and even online social games. Or they might simply be a way to exercise some creative autonomy.

Transmedia: Entertainment Reimagined – Wired UK Special Feature

“Great Documentary Websites” – Part One, Part Two – Amanda Hirsch, PBS

Filmmakers that Think Beyond the Film – Christy Dena, Workbook Project

Firefly TV series, Those Left Behind graphic novel, Better Days graphic novel, R Tam Sessions webisodes, Serenity feature film, The Shepherd’s Tale graphic novel

Breaking Down the Secrets of District 9 – i09

Richard Kelly’s Southland Tales: The Prequel Saga

Darren Aronofsky’s The Fountain feature film and The Fountain graphic novel

Watchmen & Tales of the Black Freighter

MTV’s Savage County Exposes More Bloody Secrets Through Alternate Reality Game – ARGN

The Same Old Story – Paul Schrader, Irish Times

Movies were the artform of the 20th century. The traditional concept of movies, a projected image in a dark room of viewers, feels increasingly old. I don’t know what the future of audio-visual entertainment will be, but I don’t think it will be what we used to call movies. Narrative will mutate and endure. Audio-visual entertainment is changing and narrative will change with it.

Waterlife Documentary


Utopia in Four Movements – Trailer 1 from Utopia on Vimeo.

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