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4th Annual Future of StoryTelling Prize Submissions!

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Future of StoryTelling has opened submissions for the fourth-annual FoST Prize for Innovation in Storytelling, with a first-ever Corporate category added.

 

The FoST Prize invites the world’s most innovative and adventurous digital story creators to submit their interactive work.

 

Submissions are due by July 7th. Enter to win fame, fortune, and the #FoSTPrize at https://futureofstorytelling.org/prize

 

All submissions for the FoST Prize will be judged based on the project’s user experience, its strength in communicating a clear narrative, its emotional resonance, and its design execution.

 

This year’s panel of judges includes Steve Clayton (Chief Storyteller, Microsoft), Julia Kaganskiy (Director, NEW INC at New Museum), Resh Sidhu (Creative Director, Framestore VR), Tham Khai Meng (Worldwide Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy & Mather) and Charles Melcher, (Founder & Director, Future of StoryTelling).

 

For your reference, here are the 2016 winners:

 

Jury Prize Winner: Home: VR Spacewalk by BBC R&D and Rewind
https://futureofstorytelling.org/project/home-vr-spacewalk

 

People's Choice Award Winner: Across The Line by Nonny de la Pena, Brad Lichtenstein, Jeff Fitzsimmons & Planned Parenthood Federation of America
https://futureofstorytelling.org/project/across-the-line

 

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I exhibited at this conference in 2016, immediately adjacent to the prize winning VR Spacewalk. At one point, two actual astronauts who had spacewalked previously came by and tried it out. I can very much vouch for the value and credibility of FoST.

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