2 December 2013 10:10 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Screen Film Summit: Understanding the differences between platforms is key to unlocking the potential of a converging world, attendees at Screen’s Film Summit at the BFI Southbank heard today (Dec 2).

A panel on convergence discussed the huge amount of creative potential in the multi-platform arena, but underlined the fact that the appeal of different platforms to audiences had to be fully understood to make projects really work across diverse platforms.

“The promise of convergence is that we can create these storyworlds,” said Film 4.0 commissioning executive Anna Higgs.

Higgs highlighted the strategy taken by Film 4.0 to the multi-platform release of Ben Wheatley’s A Field In England earlier this year which looked to understand the attraction — and differences — of different platforms.

“Thinking about them all as the same pipe to put the same content is dangerous,” she explained.  

The problems posed by the range of terms used to describe the arena was also said to be unhelpful »


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