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Hi everyone! We are looking to take our storytelling global in an original web series about traveling the world uncovering the secrets to love and romance within different cultures. We need your votes for the Storyhive competition we have entered! Please read more about our concept and vote through the link below.

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Every mobile, smartphone and pocket film submitted will receive a new version of the amazing FiLMiC Pro app :-).

Submissions are open: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/MINA
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Keen to be part of a collaborative travel film?

> submit your travel shot via http://www.viewfinders.gallery/

>> Journeys through the lens of the pocket camera

You can use any camera that fits in your pocket (:-)

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If you are interested in Mobile Creativity & Mobile Innovation check out the videos of the Mobile Innovation Network Australasia's 6th Symposium in Melbourne.

Content production, community engaged projects, makers & musicians, storytellers, and much more (:-)

https://www.facebook.com/MobileInnovationNetwork/

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We talked about #transmedia and #brandedcontent on our last programme on YouTube. Do not miss it!

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Travel in time with the walk!

Hello Transmedia Storytellers :)

I am very pleased to announce something really special, an experience, a time travel, a poetic and scientific exploration of the Earth at the same time. It’s an original concept of Walking Audio Book for smartphone where each one of your steps is one million years in the evolution of life on Earth. In 3 days we will launch a crowdfunding campaign to be able to spread this walk in time at a very large scale like pollen and we need bees  :)

Please, please, share this information on your social network if you wish:

website of the project:
www.deeptimewalk.org

facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/deeptimewalk/

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#deeptimewalk
@deeptimewalk

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Step back 4.6 billion years with the Deep Time Walk App

The Deep Time walk App will take people on a walk through 4.6 billion years of the Earth’s history. Over a distance of 4.6 kilometres, walkers will journey through the evolution of the Earth, from a disc of rocky debris, through the formation of the Earth, its oceans and atmosphere, the appearance of bacteria, nucleated cells, and, eventually, multicellular organisms. At the climax of the walk the last 20cm (200,000 years) represent the timespan of humanity, and in the final 1/5th of a millimetre (200 years), the walker witnesses the miniscule time (in planetary terms) that has elapsed since the start of the industrial revolution. Stephan Harding, Resident Ecologist at Schumacher College.

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[With brand-spanking new teaser trailer goodness included] 'It’s been a long time coming, and now the beta release of Episode 6 of the born-digital series Inanimate Alice is so close we can almost taste it. Ian Harper, the Series Producer...has this to say about “The Last Gas Station”: “In episode 6 of the series Alice drops her latest adventure into a fully immersive 3D environment that is every bit as dynamic and interactive as a game”.'

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