Storytelling X.1
  • 2011-06-20 00:00:00 2011-06-20 00:00:00 America/Toronto Storytelling X.1 Toronto FITC
  • Toronto
Get it Made
Innovative ideas for funding, marketing and distributing transmedia projects
New forms of storytelling require new types of funding, marketing and distribution. This requires new ways of thinking for policy… Read more…
Jill Golick
Catherine Lathwell
Andra Sheffer
Shelley Simmons
Hoax or Transmedia? The Ethics of Pervasive Fiction
The classic ARG storytelling technique involves putting content into the real world and web as if the story were really happening. But the line between truth and fiction online is… Read more…
Andrea Phillips
Platforms as Playgrounds
New technologies are creating new ways to tell stories. Our presenters will discuss their innovative strategies and platforms for connecting audiences with rich content. Read more…
Michael Knowlton
Nina Lassam
Rachel Noonan
Siobhan O’Flynn
Propagation for Storytellers
Just because you build it, or put it on Facebook, doesn’t mean anyone will care about your story or share it. How can storytellers better design their experiences to spread… Read more…
Mike Monello
Stories of Place
Our physical landscape holds millions of stories. These two case studies will explore how two very different projects each used specific physical locations and histories to develop emotional and thought… Read more…
Anthea Foyer
Joel McConvey
President, J.R. McConvey Creative Copy & Communications
David McIntosh
Storytelling Project Competition
This is a unique opportunity for those working on innovative long-form story ideas to gain access to financial contributions to further their projects towards accessing production financing. FITC Events and… Read more…
Tell It Like It Is
Developing Documentaries in an Interactive World
Interactive documentaries are quickly becoming one of the fastest growing areas in interactive storytelling. They give the creators and subjects a rare opportunity… Read more…
Katerina Cizek
Jason Gilmore
Dana Herlihey
Siobhan O’Flynn