When Pictures Come to Life: Storytelling in the Internet Age
Monday, November 4, 7:00-9:00pm
GO TO: http://openshow.org/dc/
Who: Drew Geraci (Creator of House of Cards Opening, etc.), John Poole (NPR filmmaker), Adam Cole (NPR digital animator), and Brad Horn (Washington Post Video Journalist).
When: Monday, November 4, 7-9pm
Where: Boston Univ. Ctr. for Digital Imaging Arts, 1055 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW, Washington, DC, 20007
What: “When pictures come to life: Storytelling in the internet age.” During the FotoWeek DC 2013 festival, join award-winning multimedia producers from The Washington Post, District 7, and National Public Radio as they present the latest in the art of storytelling for web and digital platforms. The integration of photography, video, sound, animation, and interactive infographics for news and commercial forums will be explored. Projects range from video journalism documenting the rise of a young football star to time-lapse photography developed for the opening sequence of House of Cards.
Cost: $10, includes drinks and light fare
BRAD HORN, Video Journalist, The Washington Post
DREW GERACI, Owner/Director of Photography, District 7
JOHN W. POOLE, Video Producer, National Public Radio
ADAM COLE, Reporter/Producer, National Public Radio