The Future of The Media With pioneers of Interactive Media, Bellyfeel

Seminar - Talk - Presentations

Bellyfeels interactive film Crimeface won 2 Webby Awards (Oscars of the internet) in 2008 and they continue to develop cutting edge technology alongside traditional storytelling to create compelling multiplatform media products.

(Translation: they make movies that you can watch when and where you want.)

Join Krishna Stott (head of Bellyfeel) at NOISELAB as he talks about the future of multiplatform, and the endless possibilities of interactive media with today’s ongoing development of crazy new technologies.

This is the perfect opportunity to get to grips with interactive drama and what lies beyond traditional formats. Krishna will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

Krishna will also show clips from Bellyfeels latest interactive film The Alexander Wilson Project (www.thealexanderwilsonproject.com)

About Krishna Stott
Krishna was born a Shropshire Lad in the late sixties and he grew up obsessing about films and music. His first love was a tape recorder and used it to document and replay the best bits of his world. Upon leaving the farmlands he veered between brief careers in music and stone masonry before settling on film-making. Then a 660AV Apple Mac stopped him in his tracks in the mid 90’s and led him down the golden path to multimedia.

 “Since then most of my waking moments have been taken up producing interactive stories and I dream up projects that will make good use of the crazy technology we surround ourselves with today.”

 Krishna is also Producer/ Director/ Co-writer of ‘Crimeface’- a 30 min multiplatform interactive film.  Pocket-Lint.co.uk made Crimeface website of the day calling it ‘a glimpse of the future for onscreen fiction - a truly compelling experiment in storytelling’. In linear and episodic form Crimeface has been screened internationally at film festivals and is distributed on Vodafone 3g mobile phones in Ireland and Malaysia.

23 May 2010 Starting at 2pm

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Dont Pay To DJ 1

As a result of putting on Don’t Pay To Play for bands and singers, we had lots of interest from DJs, who also want to get involved and perform.  So we put on an event for DJs, and electronic music based live acts, like Abelton, Traktor etc. 

As with the bands, DJ's are often expected to sell tickets in return for a slot, and if they don’t sell enough tickets, they don't get to play.  There is lots of talent out there that simply, do not have a platform to show what they can do, and this is where we come in.                        

23 July 2010 Starting at 6pm

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Dont Pay To DJ

As a result of putting on Don’t Pay To Play for bands and singers, we had lots of interest from DJs, who also want to get involved and perform.  So we are putting on an event for DJs, and electronic music based live acts, like Abelton, Traktor etc.  As with the bands, DJ's are often expected to sell tickets in return for a slot, and if they don’t sell enough tickets, they don't get to play.  There is lots of talent out there that simply, do not have a platform to show what they can do, and this is where we come in.

The first event will be on the 23rd July. 30 minute slots, so be creative!  You need to try and fit as much into your set as possible!  We will have mentors and promoters on the night, so there will be plenty of opportunity to get seen by people who could potentially help you, or even book you to play.  All genres of music welcome, house, techno, dubstep, drum and base, whatever you like!!

The Lineup!

Martyn Barnes
Gina Breeze
Omar Ali
Jack Richie
Ambient Anonymous
Nik Feral
Rick Scherzo
Adam Fletcher
Mike Knowles

If you are just looking for some experience of playing out, this is the perfect place to do it.  We provide the sound system, all you need to bring is your music, and your mates for some moral support.

We will also provide, 2xtechnics 1210's, 2x cdj1000's and a mixer.

Dont Pay To DJ, is open to any young DJ's ( Aged 30 and under) Interested? Please email Emma - community@noisefestival.com for a time slot,

 

23 July 2010 Starting at 6pm

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The Future of the Media with Bellyfeel

Bellyfeel’s interactive film 'Crimeface' won 2 Webby Awards (Oscars of the internet) in 2008 and they continue to develop cutting edge technology alongside traditional storytelling to create compelling multiplatform media products.

(Translation: they make movies that you can watch when and where you want.)

Krishna Stott (head of Bellyfeel) came into NOISELAB to talk about the future of multiplatform, and the endless possibilities of interactive media with today’s ongoing development of crazy new technologies.

It was a perfect opportunity to get to grips with interactive drama and what lies beyond traditional formats.
 
Krishna was born a Shropshire Lad in the late sixties and he grew up obsessing about films and music. His first love was a tape recorder and used it to document and replay the best bits of his world. Upon leaving the farmlands he veered between brief careers in music and stone masonry before settling on film-making. Then a 660AV Apple Mac stopped him in his tracks in the mid 90’s and led him down the golden path to multimedia.

“Since then most of my waking moments have been taken up producing interactive stories and I dream up projects that will make good use of the crazy technology we surround ourselves with today.”

Krishna is also Producer/ Director/ Co-writer of ‘Crimeface’- a 30 min multiplatform interactive film. Pocket-Lint.co.uk made Crimeface website of the day calling it ‘a glimpse of the future for onscreen fiction - a truly compelling experiment in storytelling’. In linear and episodic form Crimeface has been screened internationally at film festivals and is distributed on Vodafone 3g mobile phones in Ireland and Malaysia.

23 May 2010 Starting at 2pm

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