• Build your story and media brand across platforms
• Find new sources of finance and distribution for your project
• Understand how to utilise emerging technologies
• Develop your audience engagement strategy
• Form invaluable partnerships across the media industries
Who is it for?
Producers from film, TV, games, interactive and the arts, Writers, Directors, Interactive Designers, Financiers and Distributors from anywhere in the world.
Whether you are working on a feature film project, a TV series or new media project, The Pixel Lab will demonstrate how a strategic cross-platform approach to story development will help develop your project, brand and audience.
Taking place in the beautiful Highlands and Islands of Scotland, 28 June – 3 July and in London, at Power to the Pixel’s centerpiece event this October.
Who will you meet?
During Workshop One, participants receive training and advice from the world’s leading figures in media innovation including Eleanor Coleman, Indie Sales (FR/US); Rob Crossen, formerly Xbox LIVE (AU/UK); Loc Dao, NFB Canada (CA); Nick Fortugno, Playmatics (US); Nathaniel Hill, McCann (UK); Eric Huang, Made in Me (UK); Lance Weiler, Reboot Stories (US); Jennifer Wilson, The Project Factory (AU).
Plus participants also engage in 1-2-1 business meeting with executives from companies such as ARTE, BBC, beActive, BuzzFeed, Canada Media Fund, Creative Europe, Creative England, Danish Film Institute, Film Agency Wales, Film- und Medienstiftung France Télévisions, NRW, McCann, Hyper Games, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg GmbH, MFG Media and Film Fund, NFB Canada, Nordisk Film and TV Fond, Penguin Random House UK, Reboot Stories, SODEC, The Space, Tribeca Film Institute, Wellcome Trust, ZDF and many more!
Want in? Head to the PttP website for full details and to apply! Applications close Thursday 26 March 2015, 18.00 BST.
The Pixel Lab is supported by Creative Europe – the MEDIA Programme of the European Union, Highlands and Islands Enterprises, Creative Skillset as part of a Bigger Future 2, Creative Scotland, SDI and BBC ALBA.