Liz Rozenthal Pioneer and promoter of the transmedia narrative, of the new media business models and of achieving audience engagement. She is the founder and CEO of Power to the Pixel, which annually organizes the Cross-Media Forum in association with the London Film Festival. This event connects the media industries with the key innovators of the digital revolution, pioneers in new narrative models, finance and distribution. At a conference, a think tank and the most important cross-media market in the world, the Pixel Market. Liz is a BAFTA member of the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences of the International Academy of British Digital Arts and Sciences.
Adam Sigel Adam Sigel is a screenwriter and producer in Los Angeles, working on multiple entertainment platforms (TV, Film, Videogames, mobile). He is writing and producing "Red Book", a web action series with director John Woo. He was consultant to Steven Spielberg in creating Video Games for Electronics Arts, developed video games for Disney, contents for FOX, Columbia and Sony Entretainment.
Mark Atkin He is an independent producer who has been commissioned by the BBC, Channel 4 and international networks in the last six years. He has worked as a multiplatform delegate producer for Channel 4, UK, as documentary commissioner for SBS-TV, Australia, and as a film programmer for the Australian Film Institute.
He is currently Acting Director of the Sheffield Documentary Festival (UK). Mark was Head of Studies at the Masterschool Documentary Campus, a program for the development of documentary producers and directors from across Europe who want to succeed in the international market 2009/14.
As a director of Crossover Labs, he works with producers, film and TV directors, game developers and web designers, preparing them to become the multiplatform producers of tomorrow through laboratories and workshops.
He is curator of the Interactive show at the Sheffield Doc Fest (UK), a digital conference of the most interesting Virtual Reality documentaries in the world, in search of funding.
Adam Gee Adam is one of the most experienced radio broadcasting delegates in the UK of multi-platform interactive projects around TV. His projects range from Big Fish Fight to One Born Every Minute, from Embarrassing Bodies to Jamie's Dream School. He has won more than 70 international awards for his productions, including four BAFTA Awards, an Emmy, three RTS Awards, two Media Guardian Innovation Awards and the Grand Award at the New York International Film & Television Festival. He has also been a member of BAFTA's Interactive Television and Entertainment committees and is a voting member of the European Film Academy. He is also a member of the board of Culture24.
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Oscar Raby EHe is a multimedia artist who uses Virtual Reality to tell stories. Her documentary "Assent" has been shown at Sundance, IDFA and Sheffield Doc / Fest 2014 where she won the Audience Award for interactive projects. Alongside producer Katy Morrison directs the VRTOV Virtual Reality studio in Melbourne, Australia.
Paula Zuccotti Paula Zuccotti is a specialist in innovation, strategy and trend forecasting. Founder of TheOverworld, Paula specializes in the intersection of users, technology and culture and has a unique eye for emerging behaviors that translate into ideas and opportunities for the development of new products and services. In this he worked for companies like LG, Google, Nokia and Starbucks in the areas of communication, entertainment and productivity.
Previously, Paula was the Future Director of Seymourpowell, one of the world's best consultants in product design, where she created and developed the renowned