Panel: Interactive Storytelling – Sundance Film Festival

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RUN TIME 90 min

Sunday, January 25, 2015
3:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m.
Microcinema, New Frontier

Film and television have historically been one way conversations. With the rise of new digital platforms, however, film and video are now often created with audience interaction and participation. Come hear from a diverse group of filmmakers and digital storytellers on how they take advantage of these platforms to bring their stories to life in powerful, unexpected ways.

Join Matthew Bate, Writer/Director, Sam Klemke’s Time Machine; Danny Gabai: Executive Creative Director, VICE Media; Aaron Koblin: Artist/Designer and Director of Data Arts Team, Google; and Bernie Su, Creator of Emmy-Award Winning Interactive Series The Lizzie Bennett Diaries. This panel is moderated by Gwyn Welles, Manager, Creative Strategy, YouTube.

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Bernie Su is an Emmy Award winning writer, director, and interactive storyteller. He was the showrunner and co-creator of “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries” an interactive adaptation of Pride and Prejudice that won the first Primetime Emmy Award for a YouTube distributed series. In 2014 he was named Creator of the Year by Video Ink News, when he executive produced the five platform Cynopsis Digital Web Comedy Honoree “Emma Approved” the gender-bending science drama “Frankenstein, MD” for PBS Digital Studios, and published “The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet” with Simon & Schuster, a book based on the web series based on the book.

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