Filmmaking - Transmedia


Four Lessons for Filmmakers from Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto

Throughout December, perhaps the best film showing in New York wasn’t in a theater at all but in a Civil War-era equine drill hall. Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto, a multiscreen installation starring Cate Blanchett in twelve different roles, closed its stay at the…  Read more

By Jan 12, 2017

The Best VR of 2016: Arnaud Colinart and Amaury La Burthe on Notes on Blindness: Into Darkness

Notes on Blindess

This year’s DOK Neuland, DOK Leipzig’s interactive component (housed in what resembled an intergalactic pop-up tent in the beautiful, wide open Markt) allowed me a second chance to experience what will surely go down as the best work of virtual…  Read more

By Dec 26, 2016

Watch The Way It Should Be, Snapchat Doc about Queer Women of Color, Today Only

Appearing today only on this “Now This” section of Snapchat is The Way it Should Be, a short (naturally) doc about love and friendship between queer women of color by Chanelle Aponte Pearson and Terence Nance. The second entry in…  Read more

By Oct 30, 2016

Feeling Empathetic through Virtual Reality at IFP Film Week

The VR Garden at IFP Film Week

One focus of this year’s IFP Film Week is on the future of cinema in the form of Virtual Reality. A little background for those new to it: There are currently two ways of creating immersive worlds. The first wave…  Read more

By Sep 19, 2016

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