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Medium fortalks offscreen kickstarter


  • Section: Tribeca Talks
  • Runtime: 60 minutes
Three festival filmmakers working in documentary, narrative, and webseries sit down with Kickstarter’s Director of Narrative, Elise McCave, to uncover the real story behind their crowdfunding triumphs, trials, and tribulations. Sam Voutas (King of Peking), Carlye Rubin (The Family I Had), and Matthew Wilkas (New York Is Dead) will also offer some insider tips and festival do’s and don’ts. Read More
This season, Tribeca Immersive welcomes several VR creators from abroad. In this conversation, Alexandre Perez (Sergeant James, France), Ricardo Laganaro (Step To The Line, US/Brazil), and Selly Raby Kane (The Other Dakar, Senegal) discuss how travel and exploration has informed their creative work as well as their worldviews. Brought to you by Lincoln Motor Company. Read More
Medium espn podcase30for30


  • Section: Tribeca Talks
  • Runtime: 60 minutes
ESPN Films recently announced the launch of 30 for 30 Podcasts, a new series of original, high-quality sports stories in the likeness of the acclaimed 30 for 30 documentaries, but made exclusively for audio. Producers Jody Avirgan, Julia Henderson and Andrew Mambo discuss their approach to telling a compelling story in audio form, and share exclusive clips from two upcoming podcasts, scheduled to launch in June.

Two of the topics that will be featured in the first season of 30 for 30 Podcasts will be: “Dan and Dave Revisited,” the true story of the massive 1990’s marketing campaign around the world’s two best decathletes, and the announcement of “Yankees Suck,” the story of the world’s most famous bootleg t-shirt and the wild guys who started the craze. Read More
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Acclaimed comedian and actor Gilbert Gottfried and cohost Frank Santopadre are joined by special guest Barry Levinson (director of Rain Man and Good Morning, Vietnam) for a live recording of their hilarious and informative podcast. Vanity Fair called Gilbert Gottfried’s Amazing Colossal Podcast! “gripping” and The Village Voice named it 2015’s “Best Podcast of the Year.” Read More
Medium fortalks ibm vr games ai
VR creators Fred Volhuer (Notes on Blindness: Into Darkness, TFF 2016) and Gregoire Parain (Unrest, TFF 2017), and IBM Serious Gaming Consultant Porter Stowell discuss the intersection of healthcare and technology as it relates to their work. Unrest allows audiences to access the world of chronic illness and disability in an exploratory, user-led experience, drawing upon sensory meditations on pain, fatigue, and neurosensory symptoms to allow the public a visceral and personal experience of a hard-to-understand condition. The Award-Winning Notes on Blindness is an interactive experience which uses real time 3D, virtual reality, and binaural sound to explore the interior world of blindness. The creators will discuss with the IBM game design experts how Watson can be used within games like Minecraft to educate at risk school students about infectious diseases and their prevention by asking Watson questions in the game. Moderated by Chris Neff, Director of Digital & Experiential at Tool of North America. Read More
Medium fortalks ibm the quest for ai and creativity
IBM Fellow Dr. John Smith talks with VR creator Kevin Cornish (Remember:Remember, TFF 2017) about the organic integration of Artificial Intelligence in entertainment. Cornish is the creator of the upcoming VR project 36Q, which uses AI in its interface to examine how a user can fall in love with someone using a simple set of questions. Based on a famed NYT Modern Love column, the VR experience will integrate Watson’s ability to interpret spoken words in a unique and enlightening manner. Moderated by Loren Hammonds Tribeca Programmer, Film & Interactive. A sneak peek of the VR experience will also be available to demo in the lounge. Read More


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