The Web creation and Transmedia categories are dedicated to new ways of creating audio-visual material. They target the new generation of producers and relate to content that combines several media, and are intended to be viewed mainly online on smartphone, tablet and computer.
This category targets all audio-visual material produced to be viewed online (first digital content) in a non-linear way. The category is open to innovative concepts and to any type of content: fiction, documentary, animation, reality shows, news, sport, entertainment, talk shows, debates, TV formats and magazine programmes (food, environment, lifestyle, culture, comedy, educational…).
Projects that aim to attract an audience, engage with it and retain it, and that can be formatted into episodes or thematic channels will be considered first. One-time broadcast/TV special are excluded from the web creation category.
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All content produced for the web which combines several media and offers an innovative way of telling stories (new formats of writing/narrative). Projects with an international focus which offer an original experience to the public, irrespective of the genre – fiction, documentary, animation magazine, entertainment, news… – will be considered first.
Examples: an interactive web documentary, or a web series including a participative element (involvement of the public via an app, a chat, social medias, video game…)
Submit your transmedia project and get the chance to develop it with the mentorship of the European culture channel, ARTE, one of the most innovative channels in multimedia content.
Transmedia winners John DeVries & Greg Kriek have started their residency in Paris TH Films producers & 2016 DLA winners for transmedia category John DeVries & Greg Kriek have just completed the first week of their 2 week-long incubation program in France. The SA duo is having working sessions with their DLA mentor and ARTE [...]
African Animation Network's Press Release, Johannesburg, SA, 3 May 2017 On the back of the partnership between DISCOP Markets, the African Animation Network (AAN) and Annecy International Animated Film Festival & Market/MIFA (Annecy/MIFA) to present the Annecy - MIFA Pitches Animation du Monde competition, Digital Lab Africa (DLA) is confirmed as the naming partner of [...]
South African magazine SCREEN AFRICA highlights Digital Lab Africa 2016' winner TH Films for their transmedia project "Reborn" Gregory Kriek and John DeVries, TH Films executives, want to give people another level of engagement with content which could turn them from a passive, to an active audience. For them, Reborn is a "high octane, [...]
The three finalists projects of the DLA Transmedia category. Pitch competition : 2 November, 15.30-17.30 Jury members : Audrey Kamga (Sales Manager - Web Series Acquisitions, ARTE France), Alexandre Rideau (CEO, Keewu Productions/ Lagardère studios), Alizée Dallemagne (Project Manager, Digital Lab Africa). # GO MÉCANIQUE ! Web Sitcom and MOOC about African women mechanics Isabella Maya / Go Productions / [...]
The three finalists projects of the DLA Web Creation category Pitch competition : 2 November, 15.30-17.30 Jury members : Audrey Kamga (Sales Manager - Web Series Acquisitions, ARTE France), Alexandre Rideau (CEO, Keewu Productions/ Lagardère studios), Alizée Dallemagne (Project Manager, Digital Lab Africa). # POKOTONG TV Web TV with vibrant African voices Nelisiwe Ngobeni / Big Fish School [...]
Dig it ! - Tomorrow's music By ARTE CREATIVE, Digital Lab Africa partner. Dig It ! Is a 16-episods series produced by ARTE CREATIVE, available on ARTE in English. The interactive serie Dig it! travels all around the world to show the world music's evolution and actors of tomorrow's music. Click HERE to watch the full [...]