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hessische Film- und Medienakademie (hFMA)
Hermann-Steinhäuser-Straße 43-47, 2.OG
63065 Offenbach am Main
Phone +49 (69) 830 460 41

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Sie erreichen uns in der Kernzeit montags bis donnerstags von 10.00 - 16.30 Uhr. 

Geschäftsführung
Anja Henningsmeyer (montags bis donnerstags) - a.henningsmeyer(at)hfmakademie.de

Mitarbeiter*innen
Clara Podlesnigg (montags und dienstags) – podlesnigg(at)hfmakademie.de
Klaus Schüller (montags und donnerstags) – schueller(at)hfmakademie.de
Mariana Schneider (dienstags und mittwochs) – info(at)hfmakademie.de
Csongor Dobrotka (donnerstags) – dobrotka(at)hfmakademie.de

Projekt

EDUCATIONAL 2019 beim Webserien Festival 'Die Seriale'

die Seriale ist das älteste und eines der größten internationalen Festivals für Digitale Serien.

In diesem Jahr fand es vom 13. bis 16. Juni in Gießen statt. 
Zum fünften Mal mit dem – von der hFMA unterstützten – EDUCATIONAL.

Am Freitag, den 14. Juni 2019 drehte es sich am Veranstaltungsort heyligenstaedt von morgens 9:30 Uhr bis nachmittags 15:30 Uhr alles um die...

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die Seriale ist das älteste und eines der größten internationalen Festivals für Digitale Serien.

In diesem Jahr fand es vom 13. bis 16. Juni in Gießen statt. 
Zum fünften Mal mit dem – von der hFMA unterstützten – EDUCATIONAL.

Am Freitag, den 14. Juni 2019 drehte es sich am Veranstaltungsort heyligenstaedt von morgens 9:30 Uhr bis nachmittags 15:30 Uhr alles um die medienwissenschaftliche Auseinandersetzung mit dem Thema Webserie.  Internationale Referent/innen hielten Vorträge und traten in Diskussionsrunden mit den Besucher/innen in den Dialog.  



Das Programm bestand u.a. aus:

Past, Present, Future of Digital Series

5 years die Seriale. 5 years of developing digital series. Representatives from Digital Series Festivals from all over the world discuss how the format has changed and developed over the past 5 years. Digital series are going to be reflected from an international perspective and a bottom line will be drawn. Furthermore will be reflected on how this media might develop in the upcoming years - past, present and future of extraordinary visual storytelling.

Panelists were:

Riccardo Cannella, Sicily Web Fest | Italy
Rose of Dolls, Seriesland | Spain/Basque Country
Liudmila Filonenko, Realist Web Fest | Russia
Young Man Kang, Seoul Webfest | South Korea
George Reese, SEEKA TV | USA


Hanshi Charlie: Cross-Media

In Hanshi Charlie, the cultural journalist Mathias Balzer from Switzerland and his son, the filmmaker Luis Balthisar Balzer tell the story of Charlie Lenz. A 160- page report and a 3-part digital series create a multi-layered and touching portrait of the Swiss-Austrian Ju-Jitsu grandmaster. In the conversation, the cross-media aspect and the development of the project will be examined.

A Talk with Mathias Balzer, Writer, Cultural Journalist | Edition Frida
Luis Balthisar Balzer, Creator, Director


Directors’ Panel

Various Directors of selected and nominated short form digital series talked about their personal view on aesthetics, style, genre, and different formats. What do they consider as essential for a good series? What is visual storytelling to them? How did they find their personal style and artistic inspirations?


Faster, History! Kill! Kill! Digital Series and the presentation of history

Referencing series from this years competition, this lecture will analyse historical themed digital series and their conception of history. Anja Horstmann, teacher and employee at the Institute of Specialist Journalism History at Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, takes a look at short-form digital series and reflects on how this media depicts history and society of it’s time and which conception of history the viewer is left with.

A Lecture by Anja Horstmann, Historian | JLU Giessen


Serial Writing - Between short form, long form and their dramaturgy

What is so special about short-form narration? How is the special dramaturgy of these series designed? Experienced screenwriters talk about the differences and similarities between long and short form series and about the specifics of their dramaturgical structure.

Panelists were:

Christoph Callenberg, Writer
Annette Krossa, Actress, Writer, Producer
Kristian Wolff, Screen & Development Writer
Laura Seijo, Writer, Producer | UN3


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