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CFC Media Lab Alumnus’ Art Installation Featured at Olympics

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CFC Media Lab Alumnus, David Clark, has an installation piece entitled Waterfall on display at Whistler Canada Olympic House for the duration of the 2010 Olympics and Para-Olympics.

Waterfall is an interactive video sculpture commissioned by Canadian Wildlife Federation to address the issue of water use. David with Kim Morgan, Rachelle Viader Knowles and David Ogborn created Waterfall by gutting a vending machine and replacing the snacks with videos showing different uses of water. Pressing the machine’s buttons make the images fall away revealing a waterfall. The vending machine is a cool way to connect the commercial consumption of water with a powerful image of its source.

Check out The Coast’s article on Waterfall here.
Check out The Canadian Wildlife Federation for video footage of Waterfall and the artist bios here.

ThreePointOh New Media Showcase 2010

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The ThreePointOh (3PO) New Media Showcase is calling for entries that take creativity to the cusp by fusing and integrating as many media and elements together.

3PO emerges in its second year at the TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival as the festival’s freshest, most compelling addition to the ten day and night showcase of sports, music, and arts.

As a celebration of innovation, technology and culture, the 3P0 New Media Showcase will present 3-5 minute digital shorts that best morph film, photo, graphics and animation, visual art, sport and media into a production that transcends the sum of its technical parts to create a moment of emotional resonance.

A panel of judges will review the submissions and select 6-10 finalists to be shown to the public in Whistler, BC during a Gala evening on Monday, April 19th as part of the TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival.

One winner, Best of Show, will be chosen by an esteemed panel of judges, to reap the rewards this exposure will result in.

Best of Show will win $2,500 cash!
People’s Choice Award will win a prize value of $1000!

Deadline for Entries is March 26, 2010.

TO SUBMIT CLICK HERE.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE FESTIVAL CLICK HERE.

5th Annual Content 360 Challenge at MIPTV 2010

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ATTENTION ALL DIGITAL DAREDEVILS!

The most anticipated cross-media pitching challenge of the new decade has begun accepting entries for new ideas and techniques to engage audiences across digital platforms.

Finalists including independent producers, interactive agencies and digital designers will be invited to Cannes, France (April 12-16) to pitch ideas LIVE to major international networks, including the BBC, TF1, KCC, NFB, and the European Commission.

This rapid-fire competition sets the creative pulse for the Content 360 Festival, part of MIPTV’s all-new MIPDigital event programme.

Since its launch 4 years ago, the Content 360 Challenge has attracted over 1400 new ideas from 42 countries and awarded €400,000 in development funding.

Category: CONTENT 360 “Next Generation Audience Engagement”. A creative challenge for new talent, companies or freelancers, with truly new and unique application or content ideas with mass potential to attract and engage audiences.

Category: KOREA COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (KCC) “Engaging with children through the use of Connected TV”. Best educational content or service idea to engage with children through Wed TV, DMB and IPTV including any kind of connected TV.

Category: NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA (NFB) – “Next Generation Online Video Experience”. The National Film Board of Canada is on the lookout for the best and brightest to push the online video experience to a whole new level and imagine the next “killer feature” for the NFB.ca website.

Category: TF1 PUBLICITÉ – “New Advertising formats”. TF1 Publicité is looking for new advertising formats and/or cross media techniques to complement TV campaigns (TV commercials, billboards or short form programs) in order to maximize the efficiency of traditional TV advertising methods.

DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: February 15, 2010.

European Commission Challenge details.

For more information on “Content 360 – MIPTV Cross Media Challenge” visit here or contact content360@reedmidem.com.


European Commission “Content 360 Challenge”

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THE CHALLENGE: The European Commission is inviting audiovisual professionals as well as individuals to compete in the production of a video clip presenting an original vision of Europe based on EU archive material mixed with new or remixed images produced by the participant.
CLIP CONTENT: The clip should express a personal vision of Europe and be able to captivate a young and wide audience via internet and/or mobile devices through its original, creative or aesthetical approach.
CLIP LENGTH: Maximum of 3 minutes
THE PRIZE: €10,000
THE DEADLINE: March 15, 2010

FULL BRIEF

UPLOAD YOUR CLIP

ThreePointOh New Media Showcase 2010

The ThreePointOh (3PO) New Media Showcase is calling for entries that take creativity to the cusp by fusing and integrating as many media and elements together. 3PO emerges in its second year at the TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival as the festival’s freshest, most compelling addition to the ten day and night showcase of […]

5th Annual Content 360 Challenge at MIPTV 2010

ATTENTION ALL DIGITAL DAREDEVILS! The most anticipated cross-media pitching challenge of the new decade has begun accepting entries for new ideas and techniques to engage audiences across digital platforms. Finalists including independent producers, interactive agencies and digital designers will be invited to Cannes, France (April 12-16) to pitch ideas LIVE to major international networks, including […]

European Commission “Content 360 Challenge”

THE CHALLENGE: The European Commission is inviting audiovisual professionals as well as individuals to compete in the production of a video clip presenting an original vision of Europe based on EU archive material mixed with new or remixed images produced by the participant. CLIP CONTENT: The clip should express a personal vision of Europe and […]

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