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I’M NOT GONNA MOVE TO LA returnson Wednesday, March 5th with 9 local shorts by women directors

“If there’s specific resistance to women making movies, I just choose to ignore that as an obstacle for two reasons: I can’t change my gender, and I refuse to stop making movies.” Kathryn Bigelow

In honour of International Women’s Day, our monthly March screening is all about the femmes. Directors/producers and writers, we love making movies and we refuse to stop.

with Special Music Guest Kazoots

With directors
Monica Peña
Ani Mer
Camila Álvarez/Natalie Edgar
Renee Cypress
Ika Santamaria
Orly Shuber
Neri Street
Yesenia Lima
Susan Karie Braun
Diliana Alexander/ Benito Portes

Interactive Storytelling Class with Mark Harris – BIG SUCCESS

Eighteen visual storytellers took the cross platform storytelling class last Saturday and learned how to integrate interactive elements in their stories.  Big thanks to New York Story Architect Mark Harris, who lead the workshop and Lab Miami for hosting it.  The next day, the accolades poured in.

“Thank you so much for putting this workshop together!” – Juan Carlos Zaldivar

“I really enjoyed my first workshop, Mark was great and a lot of fun!” - Andrew Vajda

“Thank you Diliana!  It was a very insightful workshop.  Nice meeting all of you!” - Tiffany Pittman

“Thanks to Mark, Diliana, Jose and the rest of Team IFCM… and, of course, all the participants!!!” - Susan Karie Brown

“It was great to leave the workshop with a cohesive plan and rubric to test out my next transmedia project. What a gift to connect with other innovators too. I’m looking forward to Mark’s performance in February” - Neri Street


We would like to thank all the participants for their hard work and collaboration, and until next time- KEEP CREATING!

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CROSS PLATFORM STORYTELLING 101 with NY Filmmaker Mark Harris

THE FUTURE OF STORYTELLING IS INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING told across multiple platforms, at the intersection of writing, filmmaking, social media, web design and new technology.

Indie Film Club Miami in collaboration with Lab Miami, brings this “creatives only” workshop, lead by New York cross platform (transmedia) producer Mark Harris. Mark is a writer, software architect and filmmaker, focused on immersive and interactive storytelling, whose interactive feature LOST CHILDREN premiered at The Film Society of the Lincoln Center in New York.



9:30AM TO 5:00PM





In this workshop, you will prototype immersive and interactive storytelling experiences, learning several approaches that are used in cross platform (transmedia) productions. You will come away with some platform agnostic techniques for immersing an audience in a story. The main focus is to collaborate and use your skill set and explore new ways on how to engage an audience. Throughout the day, you will test your idea on other attendees.

Imagine for a moment a writer, a filmmaker and a tech developer at a work table, creating a project together, with the end result, an immersive and interactive audience experience. It’s best if attendees come with story ideas/problems that they’re working on already. But no need to worry if you don’t, we will use some basic story structure tools to create simple ideas.

Immersive storytelling experiences have been presented at Sundance, SXSW, Toronto International Film Festival, Tribeca, the Berlin International Film Festival and their appeal has spilled over to Hollywood projects such as THE DARK KNIGHT, AVATAR and STAR TRECK, as well as TV Shows like SHERLOCK.


mark_headshotMark Harris is a writer, software architect and filmmaker focused on immersive and interactive storytelling. As a writer/director, Mark is an alumnus of the IFP Narrative Lab. Mark’s Transmedia project, THE LOST CHILDREN had its New York City Premiere at The Film Society of Lincoln Center, with a combined feature film and live immersive experience. Mark’s short films have been featured on the Sy-Fy Channel and Slamdance’s Anarchy online film competition.


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