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The Ultimate Engagement Tool for Transmedia Stories

You probably know this already… Getting your audience to connect and stay with your story when there is competition from every angle is a big problem. Your Audience Is Distracted Games are a great way to get people engaged with your story. Incorporating a game into your Transmedia is a good idea but game development...
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The Alexander Wilson Project

Keep It LIVE…

Following on from my post ‘The Fifth Space’ this one takes a look at how we at Bellyfeel used live events in our transmedia thriller pilot, ‘The Alexander Wilson Project'(AWP). The live event is vital to any transmedia strategy as it brings the story into the real world and presents it to a live audience....
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Article on Bellyfeel and Transmedia

Last year Anna Zaluczkowska spent some time with us while we were working on The Alexander Wilson Project to research storyworld and transmedia practice. She wrote an interesting academic piece on how storytelling is evolving through new methods of authoring and distribution and it was published in the Journal of Screenwriting. You can buy the...
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GC = Granular Content

We first developed the concept of Granular Content during the writing of the interactive movie CRIMEFACE. We developed it further and used it in a more social way in THE ALEXANDER WILSON PROJECT. Granular Content (GC) is ‘fragments’ or ‘chunks’ of story that are generated from within the Storyworld. Main Linear Story GC may or...
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