BAFTA interactive festival takes place at their Piccadilly, London HQ on 17-18 February, 2004.
Features events on interactive storytelling, and the fusion of computer games and movies. Including interactive awards on February 19, and Games awards on February 25.
Legal/Rights Masterclass – THE IPR MINEFIELD
with Peter Weinand (Fully Booked)
The DVD Dream
Scoring Interactive Music For Videogames
The Future Of Sound (Part One)
Computer Games Meet The Film Industry In Lionhead’s The Movies
Translating Television IP To Videogames
ROME TOTAL WAR: THE START OF TRUE COVERGENCE
What’s the Story?
Electronic Arts @ BAFTA: Film to Game Convergence
10.30 & 11.30 *RRS
Be Very Afraid:
Digital Creativity at Primary, Secondary, Further and Tertiary.
BAFTA Interactive Awards
-The best use of the Internet to deliver factual information-
-The most imaginative and effective use of offline interactivity to explore the factual world-
-The best use of the Internet to deliver an experience aimed at pure entertainment
Interactive Arts Installation
-The best installation by artists working with interactive digital media-
-The best screen-based work by artists working with interactive digital media-
-The most effective use of the Internet for learning in the broadest sense. For products aimed at audiences of all ages-
-The most effective use of offline interactive media for learning in the broadest sense. For products aimed at audiences of all ages-
-The most creative and effective use of Interactive TV across any genre or digital platform-
-The best enhancement of linear media and integration of interactive elements on DVD. For products including Film, TV, Music Videos etc. (DVD Video)-
-Rewarded for the most creative and entertaining TV or Film website-
-The best technical innovation of any kind applied to interactive entertainment (any platform)-
-The best use of design, interface or look and feel, of an interactive entertainment work (on or offline)-
BAFTA/ BAD BOYS II EXPERIENCE!
BAFTA Games Awards