An anthology mini-series, exploring ethical question of AI and entirely digital personality in a computer era. By Amina and Anton Vereschagin
Screenlife professionals explain what is screenlife and how it can be used for storytelling. Producers, directors, writers and cinematographers share their views on the new format and give an advice for young filmmakers.
Having the full control of actors’ performances, Andrew Wesman, editor of Unfriended, gives an advice to future Screenlife filmmakers and editors on how to powerfully deliver a story.
Screenlife is a new format of visual content that has grown from independent projects to full-length, world-renowned films, documentaries and TV shows. Its main idea is that everything the viewer sees happens on the screen of the device: computer, tablet or smartphone. Instead of film set — there’s a desktop, instead of protagonist’s actions — a…