Berlinale is over, long live the Berlinale!
So long! 10 days of movies, parties and meetings. And this is, in short, what SylC got awarded with.
Opening different doors**
Thank you! For those of you who came and participated to our gathering and workshop and to those who visited us at our moviepilot HQ offices during the festival. It was a pleasure to meet you!
With the great input of SylC apps’ pioneer, Traumpalasts and Passage Kino Hamburg cinemas’ director Andreas Baumann and iOS (Apple developers’ operating system) developer Eno (Enrico) Thierbach, we were able to gather useful feedback and come out with thoughtful solutions to user’s complaints. Here is the summary of the session. For those who could not attend it, please feel free to add your ideas and thoughts.
Asking your audience*
To get to know our apps’ users better and getting YOU quality feedback about your app, we have put together this online survey to distribute to your audience.
It’s available in English and in German. We tried to make it as short as possible, but we need your help pushing it through. We would really appreciate it if you could advertise this link online, on your website, in your newsletter, in your social media feeds.
The more answers we will receive, the better we will be able to optimise the app and prioritise its improvements.
The participation is anonymous and obviously we will hand over a detailed summary of the results to each cinema promoting it to its audience :)
Did we say “parties and movies” before?
The Berlinale is a great opportunity to attend inspiring events, such as the Berlinale Talent Campus’ talk on cross-media story telling- the summary of which you can read here. But it’s also a fantastic choice of very neat parties.
Thank you Future Shorts for organising one ot the nicest ones:
I won’t tell you anything new, but here is the list of awarded movies.
As far as I (Léa) am concerned, I have been slightly disappointed, having seen “only” The Flowers of war- somehow too cheesy for a war movie, Bel ami which I disliked as much as I enjoyed reading the book (= a lot), and Jayne Mansfield’s car, a movie that I would definitely have appreciated more if I had little more sleep and less wine the night before :)