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Crossover LGBTQ

Crossover LGBTQ

– XO LGBTQ Manchester, 18 –22 March 2016; London 23 March £550 + VAT Sign Up Here – XO LGBTQ is an intensive training programme designed to counter the lack of visibility for LGBTQ issues in the interactive media and games industries. The programme is for creatives involved in film, […]

Global Health Film Festival Crossover Lab

Global Health Film Festival Crossover Lab

Global Health Film Festival Crossover Lab Royal Society for Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, London W1G 0AE 28-29th October 2015 – Submit Application Here – We are very excited to be running a lab at the inaugural Global Health Film Festival this year. The two day lab will be an interactive […]

Unfold: Virtual Reality Taster Workshop

Unfold: Virtual Reality Taster Workshop

– National Theatre Studio, The Cut, London, SE1 8LL Tuesday 22nd September 2015  10:00 – 18:00 £50+VAT – Closed – We have teamed up with Popathon to bring you Unfold, a great introduction to creating VR environments using tech that you already own. Want to learn how to take photos on […]

Interactive Filmmaking Round Up Report

Interactive Filmmaking Round Up Report

Interactive Filmmaking Round Up Report Gemma McKinnie Over the course of a year, Sheffield Doc/Fest collaborated with Crossover Labs and film festivals around the country to run a series of workshops on interactivity and filmmaking. All six interactive platforms: Klynt, Racontr, Korsakow, Popcorn Maker, Treehouse and Storygami, give filmmakers the ability to […]

Storygami Report

Storygami Report

  ‘Technology should leave storytellers alone’ is one of the founding principles of Storygami, the interactive platform created by Guy Gunaratne and Heidi Lindvall. It’s comparable in some ways to Mozilla’s Popcorn Maker: rather than a tool for connecting multiple videos in a branching narrative, it allows filmmakers to create […]

The Crossover Summit 2015

Quite fittingly, this year’s summit on new technologies and interactive media was hosted in the city’s oldest chapel on the second day of Sheffield Documentary Festival. What better place to explore the effect of immersive medias and virtual reality (VR) than a chapel, used for the remaining 360 days of […]

What To Watch On Your Cardboard Visr VR

What To Watch On Your Cardboard Visr VR

  So you have picked up your VISR VR from Sheffield Doc/Fest and now you must be itching to give it a try and experience some virtual reality. There’s tons of content around for these viewers already, but below are some that we particularly recommend. War of Words: VR Put […]

Interlude Treehouse Report

Interlude Treehouse Report

  Interlude’s interactive platform, Treehouse, is named after its central metaphor: with interactive platforms, narratives can be made to ‘branch out’ in all sorts of directions. As a video plays, multiple-choice options present themselves to the viewer, who can then choose which branches they’d like to climb out on to […]

Interactive at Sheffield – Bigger And Better Than Ever

Interactive at Sheffield – Bigger And Better Than Ever

  After an incredibly successful exhibition last year which was open to both festival delegates and the public for the first time, the Interactive at Sheffield Exhibition will once again return to Millennium Gallery. Serving as an interactive gallery space providing a  great range of exciting experiences that can be […]

Crossover Summit at Doc/Fest 2015

Crossover Summit at Doc/Fest 2015

The Crossover Summit returns to Sheffield Doc/Fest on Saturday 6th June 2015, featuring a whole host of creative speakers who will be sharing their insight into the hottest and most interesting areas of interactive design, production and distribution today. The day long conference intends to inspire through sharing knowledge on […]