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Transmedia SF - May Showcase
Tuesday, May 29, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, United States
Transmedia SF: May Showcase
Get to Know Your Community!
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Our ShowCase application is now closed!!!
DRINKS, FOOD, NETWORKING AND DISCUSSIONS
Get to know the transmedia space in San Francisco through one-on-one conversations with the people behind the projects. For one night in May, indie creators, platform specialists, and multiplatform storytellers of all descriptions will come together to share their projects. Each creator will have a table to display their work or work-in-progress. Printed artifacts, such as posters, graphic novels join iPad demos, mind-maps, trailers and lively conversation. If you have a transmedia project to share, and want to be on a waiting list - let us know.
6:00 pm – Doors Open for Drinks, Demos and Networking. Visit all the demo stations of local transmedia producers and creatives. Vote for your favorites!
6:30 pm – Special Keynote Presentaion
Moderator: Sara Thacher, Experience Designer and Culture Engineer - http://thachr.com
7:00-9:00 pm - Show Cases Expo
The final list of showcase companies is as follows:
Bel Air Films – showing “Petals in the Dust”
Lazy 8 Studios – showing “Extrasolar”
Situate – showing “Super Going”
Sheridan Tatsuno – showing “Tiger Ladies”
Fon Davis – showing “MORAV”
unit9 - Emmanuel Saccoccini – showing “Sufferrosa”
Cognito Comics – showing “Operation Ajax”
X2TV – showing “Water for Life, with Giorgio Armani Brand”
Social Capital Films – showing “We Are Memphis”
Stacy Bond & SonicSF – showing “SonicSF”
Portal A Interactive – showing “White Collar Brawler”
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Following our community segment, we'll continue to network until the doors close at 9:00pm.
With special thanks to our sponsors:
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Transmedia SF is a network of SF Bay Area media and start-up creatives who come together to develop our own projects, to promote and educate the world about transmedia storytelling, and to make San Francisco a center for transmedia production and education.