When

Wednesday, 26th October

Where

The Hoxton, 81 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3HU

Digital is redefining storytelling, helping engage people at a scale that would have been impossible before, and finding increasingly innovative ways to pass stories from peer to peer. But digital communication also expects more of moving image, moving beyond traditional linear film making, reinvigorating old formats and reinventing them for a new audience with different expectations.

We’ll explore some of the new opportunities for moving image opened up by digital communications including:

  • Adding value to social media campaigns
  • Increasing the richness of web design  
  • Augmented and virtual reality
  • 360º filming
  • Moving image and animation techniques for interactive media

This seminar will be drawing on examples from consumer brands and fully immersive experiences as well as looking practically at the lessons and techniques that would be of use to corporate commissioners. And as always, we will be bringing these to life with case studies and hearing from those who commissioned and produced them, taking a 360 degree view of some of the toughest communications challenges and their solutions.

This is the third in a series of moving image seminars that Radley Yeldar is hosting on a variety of topics. These are all to be informal and intimate, discussion and insight led sessions, sharing best practice and examples from around the world.

For those who do not know us: Radley Yeldar is a multidisciplinary creative communications agency. Our Moving Image offer is ranked as a Televisual Top 5 corporate film producer, currently holding the Global Gold Medal for Animation (second year in a row) and Global Silver Medal for Brand Launch film at the New York Festivals International Film & TV Awards. We have a long history of consistently winning many other awards whilst solving complex communications problems with the moving image for a range of FTSE 100 companies.

This event has now sold out.


Speakers

Jules Mascarenhas, Head of Moving Image at RY
Emily Clements, Executive Producer at RY
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