2012 Producers Institute Public Conference Day

Event Date: 
Sat, 10/13/2012 - 10:00am - 5:00pm

Since 2007, the Producers Institute for New Media Technologies has helped independent producers and documentary filmmakers deepen and expand the impact of their socially relevant filmmaking by connecting them with technologists, data visualization experts, interaction designers, social media strategists, installation artists, developers, and computer programmers to create interactive platforms, new models of participatory media and data-driven tools to enable social change movements on the ground.

Please join us for the Producers Institute for New Media Technologies Public Conference Day, featuring panel discussions and presentations on emerging tools and platforms that are changing the face of filmmaking and empowering social change movements around the world. 

Producers Institute 2012 Public Conference Day
Saturday, October 13, 2012, 9:30am-5pm
SPUR Urban Center
654 Mission Street, 2nd Floor San Francisco

Tickets available for purchase at the door: $75 for non-members, $50 for BAVC members.

Producers Institute 2012 Public Conference Day is co-presented with the Transbay Fest.

AGENDA

9:30    Coffee and light breakfast served

10:00  Welcome

            Jen Gilomen, Director of Independent Media, BAVC

10:10   Keynote: This Whole ‘Impact’ Thing

            Alex Campolo, Harmony Institute

10:30   Transmedia Story Theory

            Robert Pratten, Tstoryteller.com

11:00   UGC: it isn't just for “users” anymore

            Jigar Mehta, 18 Days in Egypt

12:00   Networking Power Lunch

1:00      Panel: Innovation in Public Media

Moderator Matthew Meschery, ITVS

Cathy Fischer, ITVS

Jayme Swain, PBS Interactive

Tim Olson, KQED

Corey Ford, PublicMediaX

2:00     Tech Demos & Q&A (15 minutes each)

            Conducttr -- Robert Pratten, Tstoryteller.com

            Popcorn Maker -- Ben Moskowitz and Dave Seifried, Mozilla

            OVEE -- Matthew Meschery, ITVS

2:45     Cookie Break

3:00     The Immersive, Augmented, Pervasive, and Massive World of Play

            Emily Treat, Games for Change

            Naomi Clark, Dead Pixel Co

Catherine Herdlick, Come Out & Play / Sifteo

Jane Pinckard, Associate Director, Games and Playable Media, UC Santa Cruz

Heidi Boisvert, FuturePerfect Lab

4:00     It’s Alive: Living Docs and Interactive Video

            Dave Seifried, Mozilla

            Ben Moskowitz, Mozilla

            Luisa Dantas, Land of Opportunity

            Theo Rigby, Immigrant Nation

4:50     Conclusion & events of the evening

Read more about the 2012 Producers Institute participants here >