Cross-media stories by Liz Rosenthal
Before the Internet and digitisation, the way that stories were told, delivered and shared were restricted by running times, distribution formats and platforms. The impact of new technologies coupled with an audience that has way more control over their media than ever before is impacting on the art and craft and business of documentary storytelling. Just as sound changed the landscape of filmmaking, technology is changing audience behaviour, participation and expectations, presenting documentarians with exciting new opportunities to engage audiences and communities in a variety of new ways. Liz Rosenthal, Founder and CEO of Power to the Pixel will present a diverse range of international case studies to illustrate.
FRIDAY | March 9
10:00 – 11:30 |LECTURE: Adventures in Cross-Media Storytelling by Liz Rosenthal|
Liz Rosenthal, the founder and CEO of Power to the Pixel, will discuss how the internet and digitization affect the way stories are told, delivered, and shared.
Open for: All types of EDP & One World accreditations
Where: Archa Theatre, Small Hall
Organized by: IDF and MEDIA Desk Czech Republic
occupation: Training Representative
country: United Kingdom
company: Power to the Pixel
An early advocate and pioneer of cross-media, digital distribution and filmmaking, Liz is a digital film and media expert. She is Founder and CEO of Power the Pixel, a company specialising in advising and training international businesses and content creators to create, finance and distribute stories and engage with audiences across multiple platforms.Liz has advised many international media organisations including the UK Film Council, where she was Digital Strategy Advisor, and is regularly invited to speak at international conferences and film festivals, including Berlin, Cannes, Rotterdam, London, Edinburgh, TEDx transmedia.She was the Programme Director of Digimart, The Global Digital Distribution Summit in Montreal, founder of production company Earthly Delights Films, and set up and ran the UK office for Next Wave Films (a company of the Independent Film Channel) from 1998 to 2002, pioneer in the production, finance and sales of ultra low budget features and digital filmmaking.