A Film that Feels Like a Video Game (or Vice Versa)
Vincent MorissetWinner of a Primetime Emmy for Best Interactive Program, director and founder of studio AATOAA
In 2007, Vincent Morisset convinced Arcade Fire to do a music video that wouldn't air on MTV or Youtube. Instead, it would be something filmed in-camera but that reacts to the spectator's actions on a website. Neon Bible is considered the first interactive music video. It was the beginning of Vincent's exploration on the bridges between film and video game grammars.
During the one hour presentation, Vincent will dissect a multitude of projects from his studio AATOAA. Through charming prototypes, behind-the-scenes footage and live cinema performance, he'll present cinematic experiences where the audience's participation is the wind blowing on the kite.