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Brenda Longfellow teaches in the Department of Cinema and Media Arts at York University.
She is an award winning documentary filmmaker whose interactive documentary OFFSHORE has been featured at Sheffield, RIDM, I-Docs conference and SXSW.
Christopher Allen is the founder and Executive Artistic Director of Union Docs, a Center for Documentary Art in Brooklyn. She speaks internationally at conferences and invited lectures and has published work in journals such as Eludamos, Loading and Games & Culture, as well as edited collections and magazines.
He produces and directs documentary media projects and programs multi-disciplinary events. Cindy completed a Ph D in interdisciplinary Humanities at Concordia University in Montreal, where she worked in association with the Centre for Technoculture, Art and Games (TAG).
The collaborative productions he has initiated, including Living Los Sures, Documenting Mythologies, Capitol of Punk and Yellow Arrow, have united creative efforts of hundreds of artists, documentarians and communities. As an FQRSC Postdoctoral Fellow, she researched infrastructure for documentary videogames, at Georgia Tech and Ryerson University.
He collaborates on live performances with artist A. She also organizes exhibitions as an independent curator, including Joue le jeu (Paris, Fr), XYZ: Alternative Voices in Game Design (Atlanta, GA), and creates games and “new arcade” events as a member of the kokoromi experimental game collective.
Arnaud Dressen is the founder of Honkytonk Films, an award-winning digital production house based in Paris.
A former jury member at the Centre National de la Cinematographie, French leading funding body for interactive documentaries, he is also the creator of Klynt, the interactive editing and publishing application dedicated to new media storytellers.
Among other works published: : Hipermediaciones (2008), El fin de los medios (with M. Ibrus, 2012), Narrativas Transmedia (2013), Transmedia Archaeology (with P. / Sonnen is the new media coordinator for the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) and curator of the festival’s IDFA Doc Lab.Adrian's research interests also include pedagogies for new media, and digital video poetics - all with a materialist Deleuzean cinematic inflection.