As you know, we’re excited that the G4C Festival (April 22-24 & 26) is an integral part the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T.
However, it is also an important component of the first-ever Tribeca Innovation Week (April 21-26) that was announced recently.
The full week features five other tech-centric events along with the Games for Change Festival, and we wanted to make sure you are aware of them all.
All-inclusive passes are now available for the week’s events:
Games for Change Festival (April 22-24 & 26)
We hope you know all about our phenomenal program for the 2014 Festival! Check it out at gamesforchange.org/festival.
Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards (April 25)
Co-sponsored by Accenture and AT&T, this beloved event honors innovators and disrupters from health care, education, religion, sports, politics, media, and gaming. Previously open only by invitation, this year’s awards are open to the public. The theme will be “From Outer Space to Inner Space: a New Sputnik Moment?” Learn more about the first 15 honorees.
Future of Film Talks (April 21-24)
Starting with a conversation with Oscar®- and Emmy®-award winner Aaron Sorkin, this series returns with a great line-up of live programs that explore the status of cinematic narrative at the intersection of technology, culture, and commerce.
Creative media makers will work with technologists and designers to imagine and invent new possibilities for storytelling in an increasingly mobile and connected world. Using smartphones and tablets, participants will be able to experiment with all different storytelling modes. Want to mingle with these creative minds and some festival VIPs? There will be an exclusive reception where creators present their finished works. Tribeca Hacks
TFI Interactive (April 26)
TFI Interactive, an initiative of the nonprofit Tribeca Film Institute with leadership support from the Ford Foundation, is back to assemble the brightest thinkers and innovators from the worlds of film, media, gaming, technology, and society to explore storytelling in the digital age. This daylong summit includes keynote speeches, panel discussions, and interactive activities.
Storyscapes (April 23-26)
The Tribeca Film Festival and BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Gin proudly offer five transmedia projects an opportunity to showcase their creativity within a festival setting at the Bombay Sapphire House of Imagination. Visitors to this immersive gallery will see first-hand how the conventions of visual storytelling are changing through genre-bending projects. The space will be open to the public for four days during the festival.
You can still register for just the Games for Change Festival at gamesforchange.org/festival. But if you’d like to explore the latest from the games and allied creative communities together, Tribeca’s Platinum Pass ($699) provides access to the G4C Festival and the events listed above.