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Power to the Pixel reveals Pixel Lab participants


- 32 media professionals will develop their projects in Inverness, Scotland

Power to the Pixel reveals Pixel Lab participants

Power to the Pixel’s (PttP) annual Pixel Lab (28 June – 4 July) will host 32 international media professionals in Inverness, Scotland, this year, where they will experience a residential training week to develop skills and exchange ideas. Participants attending with projects include Domenico La Porta, CEO of KWEB, Chief Editor of Cineuropa and Head of Transmedia at Wallimage with his project TALION; Patrick Mooney of Playmatics, the company responsible for Breaking Bad: The Interrogation with WayscapePenelope Jagessar Chaffer, CEO and Founder of The Imaginative Industry and BAFTA nominated director, with Toxic BabyValeria Jamonte of Tempesta Film, the production company behind The Wonders [+see also:
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(2014 Grand Prix du Jury at Cannes Film Festival) with project Melt-a-Flirt; and Arash T. Riahi, producer of Everyday Rebellion and winner of over 70 international awards, with his project What’s Wrong With a Free Lunch?

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Producers attending with a project attend a second workshop from 12 – 15 October, run in London in association with Power to the Pixel: The Cross Media Forum (13-16 October) held in association with the 59th BFI London Film Festival

Liz Rosenthal, CEO and Founder of PttP, said, “This year we have received some of the best projects to date from media professionals with broad and developed experience. The Pixel Lab will strengthen their knowledge of innovative storytelling, audience engagement, sustainable finance and distribution strategies and brand building and will foster new inter-industry relationships not just between participants but also with our world-class tutors and mentors.”

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