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With special screenings, panels and more, the New York Television Festival (July 14 - 19) features the future of TV. Held at the Helen Mills Event Space and Theater (137 West 26th St.) there are more panels and workshops than you can shake a CRT at.
At the Creator Bootcamp you can learn how to pitch your own series. Or you can see a showcase of pilots for what may become upcoming new shows. Other panels look into production, content development, an examination of the future of comedy and more.
At the SVA Theater you’ll be able to see a screening of comedian Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters, followed by a conversation with Bobcat Goldthwait and guest stars Dave Foley and David Koechner, moderated by Ophira Eisenberg (NPR's "Ask Me Another")
To learn more, go to: https://www.nytvf.com/
New York Television FestivalJuly 14 - 19, 2018Helen Mills Event Space and Theater137 West 26th St.New York, NY 10001
The 15th Annual Games for Change festival held at the Parsons School of Design at the New School (63 5th Avenue, NY, NY) explores the cutting edge of game development and accessibility, and ingenuity on June 28 - 30. The festival includes panels from leading members of the tech and game dev world on subjects such as civics and social issues, games for learning, and neurogaming and health.
The Immersive Arcade is the showplace for new and experimental titles such as Terminal 3, Lost City of Mer, and HoloAnatomy. Some of the games being shown break new narrative and thematic ground, such as Bury Me, My Love. Inspired by real events and imbued with themes of love, hope and migration, Bury Me, My Love is a video game which tells the story of Syrian refugee Nour and her husband Majd as Nour undertakes a perilous journey to safety. The title of the story-driven interactive fiction comes from the Syrian goodbye phrase that roughly means “Take care, and don’t even think about dying before I do.”
Within the fest is the XR For Change summit, with more than 30 speakers and panelists from all over the world from leading organizations such as United Nations, University of Washington, Stanford University, Oculus, Microsoft, IBM, and the Sundance Institute.
To learn more, go to: http://www.gamesforchange.org/
Games for ChangeJune 28 - 30, 2018
Parsons School of Design at the New School66 5th Ave.New York, NY 10011
In the ever changing world of the music biz it can be hard to keep up with things. That’s where Syncsummit comes in. Running June 22 - 23 at the Opry City Stage (1604 Broadway, NY, NY) with a massive slate of lectures and panels from top professionals in the music industry.
The summit opens with a keynote discussion with the Viacom Music Team, as they discuss weaving music and media together to find new audiences. Rosie Lopez, President of Tommy Boy Entertainment, discusses the hip-hop giant’s method for licensing music. Mick Kiely, CEO of Xhali explores the world of AI generated music. Catherine Patterson, Director, Experiential NA, Y&R, looks into how brands and music intertwine, while other panelists look at new forms of tech and tools that can better help people getting into the music world.
To learn more, go to: https://syncsummit.com/ny2018agenda/
Syncsummit New YorkJune 22 - 23, 2018
Opry City Stage1604 BroadwayNew York, NY 10019
A meeting of the giants of tech is happening at the Jacob Javits Center. CE Week 2018, running June 20 to 21, features retailers, distributors, manufactures, and industry pros showcasing the latest in everything from 3D printing to wearable technology.
You can also expect panels and lectures covering topics such as:
Discover the future of tech and business at CE Week.
To learn more, go to: http://www.ceweekny.com/
CE Week 2018June 20 - 21, 2018
Jacob Javits Center655 W 34th St.New York, NY 10001
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