Documentary Campus @Medientage München 2019

We are thrilled to partner with MEDIENTAGE MÜNCHEN 2019 and host two panel discussions and a complementary VR exhibition there, curated and moderated by Mark Atkin, award-winning producer of immersive and interactive work, Immersive Curator at CPH:DOX, Head of Studies of CPH:LAB and Director of Crossover Labs in the UK.

The event is organized with the generous support of the Bayerische Staatskanzlei and in cooperation with MEDIENTAGE MÜNCHEN and MedienNetzwerk Bayern.

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DATES

VR Exhibition: 23–25 October 2019 from 09.00–18.00 featuring
1. The 3-part VR-series The Master's Vision
2. Das Totale Tanz Theater
3. Gloomy Eyes

Our Panels: 24 October 2019 from 10.50–12.20

More information on the whole programme of the Immersive Media Day is available HERE


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Panel #1: DEEP DIVE INTO THE MASTER’S VISION
Thursday, 24 October 2019 from 10.50–11.35

EXPERTS:

Georg Tschurtschenthaler, Senior Producer, gebrueder beetz filmproduktion, Germany
Alessandra Bogi, Production Manager, Lucid Realities, France
Harmke Heezen, Director/Writer/Producer, High Roads, Germany

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This award-winning project is a Germany/France/Norway co-production for ARTE that extends far beyond TV into collaborations with Science and Technology organisations (Fraunhofer) and Art Museums (Alte Nationalgalerie, Munch Museum, Musée de l’Orangerie), pointing the way to new approaches to financing and audience engagement.

The three-part VR series does far more than invite us into famous paintings but asks us to share the emotional and sensual aspects of artistic expression through the work of three painters who were each developing their practice in a fascinating way: Munch exploring light in The Sun; Monet capturing time in the Waterlily series, and Caspar David Friedrich facing the ineffable in Monk By the Sea.

The associated 8x52’ TV series, The Art of Museums, explores international art collections though the unique perspective of special guests such as Vivienne Westwood, Karl Ove Knausgård, Marina Abramović, Ólafur Eliasson and others.

This session will examine how this complex co-production came about, how the partners were assembled and their roles in the production, the financing and exhibition of this extraordinary work.

A gebrueder beetz filmproduktion
In coproduction with ZDF/Arte, Camera Lucida Productions, Lucid Realities Studio and OYA Interactive.
In association with High Road Stories, Arte, Alte Nationalgalerie Berlin und Fraunhofer Institut Heinrich-Hertz. Supported by Medienbord Berlin-Brandenburg, Creative Europe - MEDIA Program of the European Union, ZEFYR Media Fund and Kristiansand Kommune.


Panel #2: NEW PLATFORMS IN THE AGE OF IMMERSION
Thursday, 24 October 2019 from 11.35–12.20

EXPERTS:

Mads Damsbo, Founder & Lead Producer, Makropol, Denmark
Kay Meseberg, Head of Mission Innovation, ARTE G.E.I.E, France
Maya Puig, Creative Producer, IMF Interactive Media Foundation, Germany

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Immersive technologies are opening up new platforms and new ways of connecting with audiences. What are the new partnerships, venues and platforms that are transforming today’s production landscape?

We will look at examples across museums, location-based entertainment experiences, theatre, games and podcasts as today’s immersive producers expand their partnerships and broaden their storytelling capabilities across multiple venues and devices. We will examine what works for audiences, what are the new finance plans and models of sustainability and asking what is the role of television in creating experiential media.

Date
Oct 23, 2019 to Oct 25, 2019
Registration Deadline
Oct 18, 2019
Location
International Congress Center Munich (ICM), Am Messesee, Munich, Germany