Browsing All posts tagged under »Innovation«

Coming soon from SampoMedia

December 3, 2015


SampoMedia has been heavily engaged over the last few months in a series of events, workshops and conferences around the world. And it has been working on a series of in-depth reports, covering a wide range of audience-centred issues across the media and audiovisual sectors. Over the coming weeks, we will be looking to share reflections on […]

Think Tank debates funding innovation

December 17, 2014


Power to the Pixel‘s annual London Think Tank report, written by SampoMedia co-founder Michael Gubbins, is now available as a free download. The 2014 Think Tank, held at the Quebec Government Office in London’s Pall Mall, was aimed at international public and private funders with responsibility for creative and cultural spending, and explored how far […]

Creative economy lacks fresh ‘isms’

June 18, 2013


This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. One of the highlights of Cannes this year was a sparsely attended event at the UK Pavilion. Film-maker and critic Mark Cousins offered a typically personal and eclectic look at the story of film, drawing in influences from post-impressionist art to mathematics, writes Michael […]

Time to see the Invisibility Dilemma

April 15, 2013


Put the words “crisis” and “film industry” into Google and you get almost five million returns. The idea of crisis underpins industry discussions at festivals and conferences, though they are often now given an ostensibly positive spin– you don’t sell many tickets reminding the industry which creek they are in and how short they are […]