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A podcast on the ever evolving field of media and the challenges facing creators, storytellers and producers.

The Evolving Media Podcas‪t‬ Simon Staffans

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A podcast on the ever evolving field of media and the challenges facing creators, storytellers and producers.

    Episode 031: Documentary films, podcasts and the Collective Journey - a talk with Claudia Rinke

    Episode 031: Documentary films, podcasts and the Collective Journey - a talk with Claudia Rinke

    Welcome to a new episode of the Evolving Media podcast. In today’s episode I’ll be talking to Claudia Rinke, who’s a bestselling and award-winning author and the creator and screenwriter of the documentary film NOW - available later this spring - about the climate movement. The film features add-ons such as a podcast-series, and is an example of the interest she haves for narratives of vision and the Collective Journey. Let’s dive into it!Links for the episode:
    Claudia on new narratives and the Collective Journey https://www.innovatorsmag.com/future-chapters-ours-to-write/
    The documentary film NOW https://climatewarriors.wfilm.de/now/drehbuchautorin_644/  
    Participant https://participant.com/ 
    Hafencity University https://www.hcu-hamburg.de/

    • 20 min
    Episode 030: Immersive theatre through podcasts - a talk with Rosie Poebright

    Episode 030: Immersive theatre through podcasts - a talk with Rosie Poebright

    A talk with Rosie Poebright of Splash and Ripple, about her latest venture, the immersive podcast drama "Play Inside"

    • 24 min
    Episode 029: Docs in a flux - where the world of documentary filmmaking is heading and why. A talk with Louise Rosen.

    Episode 029: Docs in a flux - where the world of documentary filmmaking is heading and why. A talk with Louise Rosen.

    In this episode we do a deep dive into the world of documentary filmmaking and the change (some would say long overdue change) that we're witnessing at the moment. Old models don't necessarily work anymore, and we desperately need to learn how to navigate new realities... while at the same time taking into consideration a whole set of new challenges and possibilities.Joining me for this talk is Louise Rosen. With over 25 years of experience of the documentary filmmaking industry, her company Louise Rosen Ltd (LRL) provides services to filmmakers including guidance on project development, editorial review at all stages of production, strategies for fundraising, distribution and festival planning, sales agency for project financing and distribution of finished films. LRL projects have included Oscar, Emmy, Sundance, and other award-winning films and have been released across all platforms. Enjoy! If you find this interesting, please share, comment, recommend and subscribe. Thank you!
    Music used in the episode:
    Chris Zabriskie: Readers! Do You Read?Available on a Creative Commons 4.0 License here.

    • 31 min
    Episode 028: The world of TV Formats in 2020 - a dying breed or a force for good? A talk with Jan Salling

    Episode 028: The world of TV Formats in 2020 - a dying breed or a force for good? A talk with Jan Salling

    Some of my formative media years were spent in the TV format industry, which back in the days was a creative hotbed for new ideas with the potential to go global basically overnight. Today the industry looks different in many ways. There is no one better to talk to about the future of TV formats and how they could potentially find a purpose in today's media world than Jan Salling. Formerly of Banijay, Nordic World, Zodiak and FRAPA, he now heads up the Nordic division of BBC. If there's something he doesn't know about TV formats, it's probably not worth knowing. Welcome!
     
    Music used in the episode:
    Chris Zabriskie: Readers! Do You Read?Available on a Creative Commons 4.0 License here.

    • 21 min
    Episode 027: Fighting for our future - the Collective Journey in full effect. A talk with Jeff Gomez

    Episode 027: Fighting for our future - the Collective Journey in full effect. A talk with Jeff Gomez

    These are surreal and horrifying times we're living in, and I hope each listener to this episode are safe and sound. I've seldom felt that a podcast episode I've made been more pertinent than this one though.We've talked about the Collective Journey (https://blog.collectivejourney.com/) on this podcast before. Never had I thought I'd experience the entire world living one out as we are today. I'm very happy to be able to have a new chat with Jeff Gomez for this episode. Join us as we dive into what this all means, and how we can help our collective story play out in a way that will benefit humanity on the whole. Do join in the discussion! Hit me or Jeff up on any social media platform where you can find us, or comment on this episode. Let's make the best of this!
    Music used in the episode:
    Chris Zabriskie: Readers! Do You Read?Available on a Creative Commons 4.0 License here.

    • 42 min
    Episode 026: Human connections in a digital age - a talk with Topaz Adizes

    Episode 026: Human connections in a digital age - a talk with Topaz Adizes

    In this episode of the Evolving Media podcast I’m joined by Topaz Adizes, writer, director and experience designer. Through the experience design studio he founded called The Skin Deep he’s won an Emmy with their project The And, won two world Press photo awards for immersive experiences and is continuously exploring new ways to interact with the audience. Join us for a talk on that most crucial thing today, how humans can connect in the digital age. Enjoy!
    Links for this episode: 
    thedig.tv | theand.usTo learn more about the skin deep - theskindeep.comPurchase the card games at www.theskindeep.com/shopTopaz' personal site - topazadizes.com
    Music used in the episode:
    Chris Zabriskie: Readers! Do You Read?Available on a Creative Commons 4.0 License here.

    • 30 min

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