On the 21 March Krystian Miruchna is invited to a panel of the Lichter Filmtage Frankfurt. The topic will be “MySpace auf Youtube ODER DOCH LIEBER FERNSEHEN? / „MySpace on YouTube“ OR DO YOU PREFER TELEVISION?” – the discussion will be about the perspectives on television and the forms of production in the Internet age. Moderator: Anja Henningsmeyer (Geschäftsführerin hFMA) and Gregor Maria Schubert. Other participants: Lucia Haslauer (ZDF, Abt. Neue Medien) and Tom Littlewood (vbs.tv, viceland).
On the 10th of March Philip Pratt is invited to a panel of the DLM Symposium. The topic will be “Kann sich das Fernsehen neu erfinden / Can television renew itself?” and he will be talking about the future of television with Dr. Norbert Himmler, Leiter der Hauptredaktion “Spielfilm/ZDFneo”, Ulrich Meyer, Moderator Sat.1-AKTE und Geschäftsführer META productions, Prof. Hubertus Meyer-Burckhardt, Geschäftsführer Polyphon Film- und Fernsehgesellschaft, Oliver Schablitzki, Geschäftsführung NICKELODEON Deutschland. The host will be Klaudia Wick, television reviewer.
Foto: Uwe Völkner
Philip Pratt is going to speak about the latest developments of “New Media Content” in front of the “Mobile Animation Content”-class for professionals on the 19th of February at the International Film School, Cologne.
The feature movie “Black Sheep” (Schwarze Schafe) is now online at Maxdome.
“After Hours” launched on Nov. 16th 2009 at www.3min.de. The Documentary-Series about the Techno-Scene is distributed by Jakun Media. “After Hours” encompasses three Techno-Fans on their party-journey through Berlin during the Summer 2009. Interviews with insiders like AKA AKA, DJ Oliver Koletzki and the Bar25-Owner Danny Faber reveal amazing background information.
13 new shortfilms online. You can find “Hell’s Bastards”, “Dragon Slayer”, “Pantoffelhelden”, “Kater”, “Tell Tale Heart”, “Subway Score”, “My Date from Hell, “Knight Games”, “The Raft”, “Dirtmonster”, “My Happy End”, “Das Rad” and “Vodoo Bayou” at 3min.de.
The video of the Medienwoche presentation “New Online Content around the World” is now online. Here is the link to the video.
Philip Pratt will lecture at the Medienwoche Berlin Brandenburg:
Tuesday, 8th of September, 2009 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. | New Online Content around the World
Web content is no longer a nascent industry. Blurry YouTube videos have given way to cinema-level web-only content. My tour of today’s online entertainment begins with webisodes, spin-offs and motion comics, and ends with cross-media projects and digital brand content (e.g. branded entertainment). I present the most entertaining, unusual and successful projects world-wide and delineate upcoming trends. medienwoche – berlin brandenburg
Armando Gutierrez Velasco of Jakun Media wrote an article for Tubefilter in which he takes a look at what it takes to prepare web series for licensing to international markets.