Aufrufe
vor 2 Monaten

MEDIA BIZ September #243

  • Text
  • Kammermusik
  • Wirtschaftsfilm
  • Werbefilm
  • Musik
  • Klassik
  • Scenery
  • Austauschformate
  • Austria
  • Ibc
  • Biz
  • Broadcast
  • Filme
  • Musik
  • Paladino
  • Digital
  • September
Film Forum Austria • Martin Rummel • #we_do! • Lehrling der Zeit • IBC • Austauschformate • Stage|Set|Scenery • Neuer Distributor für ClayPaky in Österreich • /slash Filmfestival • Neue und alte Medien in der Porzellangasse 4 • Neuer Distributionspartner für ClayPaky in Österreich • Festival-Einreichungen: TRICKY WOMEN / TRICKY REALITIES + K3 Kurzfilmwettbewerb • Space Dogs • ... MEDIA BIZ Newsletter: http://www.mediabiz.at/daten/newsletter.htm MEDIA BIZ Abo: Print: Euro 37 Österreich / Euro 48 Europa (EU) Print + Digital: Euro 44 Österreich / Euro 53 Europa (EU) Digital: Euro 37 (jeweils inkl. MWSt. und Versandkosten) https://www.mediabiz.at/abo/abomb.htm MEDIA BIZ Branchenführer 2019: www.mediabiz.at/branchenfuehrer/branchenfuehrer.htm MEDIA BIZ Termine: https://www.mediabiz.at/mediadaten/termine.htm

in a news nutshell

in a news nutshell zurück zum Inhalt NAB Show accepting paper proposals Technical paper proposals are now being accepted for the Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology (BEIT) Conference at the 2020 NAB Show, held April 18 - 22 in Las Vegas. The Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference is designed for broadcast engineers and technicians, contract engineers, broadcast equipment manufacturers, distributors, engineering consultants, R&D engineers, IT professionals and related media technologists. The conference features technical papers addressing the latest opportunities and challenges facing broadcast engineering and media-industry IT professionals around the world. NAB Show seeks presenters with fresh ideas and unique perspectives on key trends and technologies driving the future of radio, television and general media-technology topics. All paper proposals will be required to include the selection of one of the topics of interest listed in the 2020 BEIT Conference Call for Papers. Proposals are subject to peer review, and technical papers featuring original research or highly regarded speakers receive most favorable consideration. All content proposed should be presented in a tutorial, non-promotional form. Proposals overtly promoting company products or services will not be accepted, although proposals explaining the underlying technologies used in broadcast products or services may be considered. The deadline for paper proposals is November 1, 2019. Papers selected to be included in the 2020 BEIT conference program will be announced in December 2019. www.nabshow.com © Guido Pijper Call for Proposals for Classical:NEXT 2020 The global gathering for art music professionals opens its annual call for proposals. Music professionals, artists, ensembles, speakers, pioneers, mentors and industry insiders with inspiring and innovative ideas, initiatives, projects, programmes and performances are invited from all over the globe to submit their entries. Those selected by the jury will form the basis of the Classical:NEXT 2020 programme consisting of conference sessions, project pitches and showcases. The Call for Proposals ends Friday, 27 September 2019. Classical:NEXT is an international professionals’ forum for all sectors of the classical and art music industry. Showcase concerts, interactive conference sessions and an international expo offer a variety of formats for networking, exploring new artistic ideas and developing pioneering solutions. The ninth edition of Classical:NEXT will return to Rotterdam for the sixth time from 18 to 21 May 2020. www.classicalnext.org Space Dogs Laika, a Moscow stray dog, was the first living being to be sent into space and thus to a certain death. According to a legend, she returned to earth as a ghost and has roamed the streets of Moscow ever since. Filmed from a dog’s perspective, Elsa Kremser and Levin Peter accompany the adventures of her descendants: two street dogs living in today’s Moscow. Their story is one of intimate fellowship but also relentless brutality and is interwoven with unseen archive material from the Soviet cosmic era. “It is this absurd moment in human history that moved us from the very beginning. As we watched archive footage of a dog in space looking into the camera for minutes, the central question of the film arose: what do dogs see in us humans? This question finally led us to today‘s Moscow, where we met Laika‘s possible descendants and continued their story through them. During the six months we spent with the dogs on the streets of Moscow, we often felt observed and scrutinised by them. We wanted to create a cinematic experience in which dogs lead us through the city. On their obscure nocturnal prowlings they encounter people who are also strays and outcasts, stranded in the ruins of time. This film is about the relationship of another species to us humans. A species that has been used in space history in two ways: both as an experimental object and as a symbol of courage and heroism. The dogs had to fulfil mankind‘s dream by conquering the cosmos for them. Their story became a fable, a nascent legend, of a bitterness that we chose to illustrate.” Levin Peter: “We associated © Elsa Kremser (Raumzeitfilm) Laika with the idea that millions of years after the creation of the earth, the first living creature to circle the planet in a metal capsule was a Moscow street dog who had to create a new form of life between the wilderness and humans. We thought this was a great parable and took it as our approach.” The Soviet Union fired at least forty-eight dogs into space between 1951 and 1966 to pave the way for humans. Their exact number is still unclear to this day. Only about thirty dogs survived the flights. The animals had been captured on the streets of Moscow. Small dogs were chosen as they would fit in the space capsules. A determined and eager facial expression was an important criterion to guarantee media effectiveness. The space program was pursued in secret. After several attempts, Laika was the first dog to reach Earth‘s orbit in 1957. Breathlessness, an increased pulse rate and changes in the ECG were noted during the flight, and it is assumed that Laika died of overheating after only five hours in space. The dog‘s corpse orbited Earth in Sputnik 2 for 162 days before completely burning up on reentering the atmosphere. “Space Dogs” had its world premiere at the Locarno Film Festival and will celebrate its Austrian premiere at the Viennale 2019. Written, Directed & Produced by Elsa Kremser & Levin Peter Production: RAUMZEITFILM Produktion www.raumzeitfilm.com Co-production: IT WORKS! Medien www.itworksmedien.de World Sales: Deckert Distribution www.deckert-distribution.com facebook.com/spacedogsfilm www.raumzeitfilm.com www.spacedogsfilm.com MEDIA BIZ

Der MEDIA BIZ Branchenführer mit rund 2000 topaktuellen Eintragungen ist ein hilfreicher Wegweiser durch die österreichische AV-, Bühnen- und Medienszene. Einzelbezugspreis: 23 Euro (Ö)/ 29 Euro (EU) oder inklusive MEDIA BIZ Jahresabonnement um 37 Euro (Ö)/48 Euro (EU). Bestellen Sie einfach telefonisch +43 (0) 1 403 35 83 oder per Mail abo@mediabiz.at oder über www.mediabiz.at www.mediabiz.at

MEDIA BIZ digital

MEDIA BIZ November #244
MEDIA BIZ Oktober 2019 #243
MEDIA BIZ September #243
MEDIA BIZ Sommer 2019 #241
MEDIA BIZ MAI #240
MEDIA BIZ April #239
MEDIA BIZ März 2019
MEDIA BIZ Dezember2018 #236
MEDIA BIZ November #235
MEDIA BIZ Oktober 2018 #234
MEDIA BIZ September#233
MEDIA BIZ JUNI (Sommer) 2018
MEDIA BIZ 231 MAI 2018
MEDIA BIZ 228 MÄRZ 2018
MEDIA BIZ Branchenführer
MEDIA BIZ 226
MEDIA BIZ 227
© 2017 by Mediabiz