Minister of Media Benjamin Dalle would like to once again invite you to Gamedia. The third edition of the event to bring together media and video game professionals is taking place online on the 14th of December. You’ll discover the many collaboration possibilities through a series of inspiring talks. There’s also a network event that’s exclusive to companies that are really serious about crossmedia productions.
Anyone can sign up here if they’d like to attend. If you want to join the online network event you’ll have to briefly explain why you’re interested in meeting up with people from the other side.
There’s plenty of interesting things happening, even if you don’t get into the club of cool people, though. From 1 PM through 3 PM, the following crossmedia superstars will take the stage to tell you about their experiences.
Quentin Staes-Polet, managing director at Unreal Engine EMEA, India and ASEAN will join us for a talk about the future of media. With 25 years of experience at the intersection of media and technology, Quentin will share more about some of his insights and the vision of Epic Games for the *holds breath* metaverse.
Jan Hameeuw (founder/executive producer of The Pack Studio) and Maité Spaenjers (producer at Stacka) have been working many years on the intersection of video game technology and audiovisual production. They’ll share their experience working on projects like Heart of a Tower, an animation film created with the Unity engine and Replaceable, a video game directed by film director Hans Van Nuffel.
One of the very first video game developers to embrace crossmedia productions was Triangle Factory. CEO Timothy Vanherberghen will line out what it was like to work with first class media IP’s like De Mol and De Slimste Mens ter Wereld. He will explain how they landed those deals and what made the collaborations succesful.
Hosting is in the expert hands of Eva Mundorff. Dick Van Welden and Timothy Vandenberghen have been warned.
If you somehow missed the registration link at the top of this article, here it is again. You’re welcome!