A short version of Adam Sigel's lecture during TorinoFilmLab, hosted by BoostHbg with support from Film i Skåne.
Adam Sigel will introduce how cross-platform storytelling is about exploring new ideas in how we create narratives and, in some ways, is as old as film itself. He will help clarify the various terms and approaches and cut through the transmedia hype to bring it down to earth. And most importantly how emerging technology and platforms can be effectively utilized within independent cinema. Developing his own project Sequence in the TFL Writer's Room, Adam hopes to put action to words by making a film that is completely integrated into a native cross-media experience.
Adam Sigel is a writer and producer living in Los Angeles working across multiple entertainment platforms. Currently, Adam is writing and producing “The Red Book” an action Web series he created for director John Woo. He is developing the pilot for a teen-oriented TV series entitled “The Window” with Kickstart Entertainment. Previously, he served as a writing consultant and story editor for Steven Spielberg on his video game project for Electronic Arts and was a writer and producer of the award-winning web/mobile interactive series “Afterworld” for Electric Farm Entertainment and distributed by Sony International TV. He has also developed on-line video games and digital content for Disney, Microsoft, Activision, Sony/Columbia Tri-Star, GE and Universal. His feature film credits include “The Corporation”, “Demon Key: Origin”, “Winter Break” and “The Lost Gate”. He has written on several US TV series including “Secret Agent Man” for UPN and “Los Luchadores” for Fox.
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