Yes. Birmingham. I don't think 'being in Birmingham' is Flatpack's sole USP, but its location certainly adds to the ('mystique' seems a strong word for Brum)... um... 'delightful eccentricity' (better) of this boundary-examining film festival. The juxtaposition of avant-gardist, explosively creative content with the shopping-mall-centric industrial landscape of Birmingham works very well. But I expect that a programme of this…Continue
Added by Rachael Castell on March 29, 2011 at 8:27pm — No Comments
Zum Talent Campus der Berlinale trafen sich Experten, um über dem Film im Zeitalter des Internets zu diskutieren. Müssen Filme interaktiv werden und zukünftig Elemente aus Videospielen enthalten, um junge Generationen noch zu faszinieren?
Added by Ricarda Saleh on March 15, 2011 at 6:58pm — No Comments
At the talent campus of the Berlin International Film Festival 2011, experts met to discuss film in the era of the internet. One major question that everyone was asking was: are future films going to be forced to become ‘interactive’ and include elements of video games to keep young people fascinated with cinema? Ricarda Saleh takes a look and asks whether ‘crossmedia documentaries’ are a sign of things to come…
Added by Ricarda Saleh on March 15, 2011 at 6:30pm — No Comments
Last Friday, I wrote about the fun I was having looking for images to post on this very blog. But it wasn't as much fun as these guys are clearly having with this disembodied leg.
Apparently this is from…Continue
Added by Rachael Castell on March 11, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
If SylC is a young adolescent, then 38minutes.com is the cool kid in the 6th form that we all look up to. Editor of that site Nicola More here explores the potential of social networks as a business marketing tool – and offers some top tips for SylC members to make the most of this very site – from access…Continue
Added by Nicola Sinclair on March 8, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments
One of my favourite pastimes of late, in fact a way to waste uncountable hours in gentle awe and bizarre discovery, is to search for relevant images to support the content on this site. It's a difficult thing to have to do: to find generic images that represent specific theories on a regular basis, and then to make sure that they are in the public domain to be pinched for our purposes! So it was with great relief that I took advice from…Continue
Added by Rachael Castell on March 3, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments