Didi's Blog

About transmedia and other pretty cool stuff

Inspiration session with Wefilm

Woedend! invited Bas and Roel Welling to come and talk about the inspiring movies and commercials they create. The founders of Wefilm first introduced themselves and told us what they do. The Welling-brothers were always passionate about film. As young boys they took their camera everywhere to make films together. Roel went to film school…

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Sam and his WorldKids-Reporters

On behalf of the MediaLab and Radio Netherlands Worldwide Babbe Noya and I have developed a project for (future) expat kids. Sam and his world-Reporters kids is one of the first transmedia productions in the Netherlands. The project has brought us the Silver SpinAward for Young Talent. Children who are moving abroad will face a…

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A silver spinring for Sam

Last night the award-show of the SpinAwards 2010/2011 was there. Babbe Noya and I are now the proud owners of a silver spinring for Best Young Talent. Another silver award was for the traffic campaign Shotgun, made by Hal Gabin and Eefje Liebrecht (Fontys Eindhoven). The golden ring was for the notorious Blur Shirt by…

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Pizza meeting brutally disrupted

As you may know I am currently an intern at Woedend!, a communications agency in Amsterdam. I am working on a transmedia campaign with Lydia van der Spek. In order to clarify to everyone within the company exactly what we’re doing, we could give them an ordinary presentation, but we came up with something much…

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NPOX lab 2.0 with Christopher Sandberg

Tuesday march 29th was the second edition of NPOX lab: Transmedia in Hilversum, with a few interesting speakers. Jeroen Koopman, Newbe TV Newbe TV invents, makes and sells crossmedia, transmedia and interactive formats. About this Jeroen Koopman says: Content is more important than concept. If you want to sell your format, potential buyers want to…

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And the nominees are…

Babbe Noya and I are nominated for a SpinAward Young Talent. Only nine projects are left in our category, so our project Sam and his Worldkids-Reporters has a chance to win. This week we presented our project to the judges for the second time. The SpinAwards, annually awarded since 1998, stand for creativity in interactive…

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Labeling transmedia

Sometimes a transmedia story comes out of a box, such as Coraline’s Story. But we, Lydia van der Spek and I, think it may come in handy to put the stories into boxes, so we can label them. There are various kinds of transmedia projects and some of them cannot be compared to each other…

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Collapsus, the Energy Risk Conspiracy

Submarine, 2010,  www.collapsus.com Collapsus is a project that wants to create awareness about the transition to alternative energy sources that has to be made​​ in the near future. It tells the story of 10 young adults who are affected by these changes in different ways. The energy market collapses, with blackouts, riots and difficult choices…

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Coraline

Wieden & Kennedy, 2009 Coraline is a stop-motion animation film. The movie was originally made for children aged 8 to 12. The developers saw opportunities to expand this group through a clever campaign. They searched the internet for  bloggers with a lot of followers, who could possibly be interested in the movie. Each blogger got…

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