This blog is created and maintained by the students and faculty of MEDA 55586 – Transmedia Strategies.  This is a course offered by Sheridan College during the winter 2013 semester.  The purpose of the blog is to publicly communicate the collective thoughts and interests of the group.


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  1. Jean says:

    Where ATVF students are presently learning to master and produce screen story in its traditional pure form, the beauty of transmedia might be that story world innovations challenge us all, including faculty, compelling “the enlightened” to consider and adapt to new creative possibilities. The dialogue at Sheridan here now becomes, interestingly enough, less teacher-student and more about engaged explorers working on different planes, with different points of view and sensibilities trading ideas. However ATVF students should not dismiss the classical influences. Yesterday, David Mewa (ATVF class of 2003 and course creator of this spring’s new Music Video Module) and I sat through Tedde Moore’s Understanding the Actor ATVF module completely captivated by John Ford’s “My Darling Clementine” circa 1940s.

    The best part of this is that there is so much out there and so much to learn. Best.


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