More initiatives of the Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft
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More initiatives of the Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft

Die 9. Hamburg Games Conference in Bildern und Videos

Unter dem Motto "Play it: The Future of Games and Films" fand am 5. April die 9. Hamburg Games Conference statt. Hier gibt's Bilder und Videos eines spannenden Nachmittags und Abends.

Die Besucher der 9. Hamburg Games Conference bekamen einiges zu hören und zu sehen: Erfahrene Sprecher und spannende Vorträge rund ums Thema Transmedia, um die Berührungspunkte und Schnittmengen von Film und Spiel zeichneten die gehaltvolle Veranstaltung aus, die auch in diesem Jahr ihre Heimat in der Bucerius Law School fand.

So hielt beispielsweise Christian Fonnesbech, Head of IP bei Nordisk Film Games die Keynote, Bengt-Oliver Stellmann von Garlic Games Media sprach über ein AR-Game zu einer Graphic Novel vom Carlsen Verlag und Niklas Wilke von PriceWaterhouseCoopers präsentierte Marktzahlen und Chancen bei transmedialen Produkten.

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Wer nicht anwesend sein konnte, sollte sich ein bisschen grämen - schließlich haben er oder sie tolle Gelegenheiten zum Networking verpasst. Aber zu großer Ärger ist fehl am Platz: Die Gamecity:Hamburg hat die komplette Konferenz live übertragen, sämtliche Vorträge sind auf YouTube zu finden. Wer auf die Themen klickt, kommt direkt zum Video des jeweiligen Programmpunkts.

Less risk, more value: Create your IP for ALL media
Christian Fonnesbech (Head of IP Development, Nordisk Film Games)

Case Study: Vom Album zum Buch, Film und Game und vom Film zum VR-Game - Erfahrungen aus Transmedia-Projekten
Michael Geidel (Produzent für Film und Games, MiriquidiFilm Leipzig)

Case Study: Die Workflows von „Trüberbrook" – Was man aus der Filmproduktion für Games-Development lernen kann
Hans Böhme (btf GmbH)

Case Study:AR-Game zur Graphic Novel „Der nasse Fisch" vom Carlsen Verlag
Bengt-Oliver Stellmann (Creative Director, Garlic Games Media GmbH)

Case Study
Petra Monheim (Founder, Goodbye Kansas Germany)

Marktzahlen und Chancen bei transmedialen Produkten
Niklas Wilke (Partner, PriceWaterhouseCoopers)

Und auch die anschließende Veranstaltung - der Gamecity-Treff mit 12min.NEXT zum Thema "Games & Gamification" - hat's auf die YouTube-Seite der Gamecity Hamburg geschafft. Hier ist das Video - wir wünschen viel erbaulichen Spaß beim Gucken!

News

Games Lift: tool1 build on their community

Meet tool1: Three guys with big plans and a clear strategy. Their project “The Invitation” already found some success. But it’s still early days; tool1 are planning big things for their audience next year. More in this issue of our Games Lift Log.

Three Questions to: Tiny Roar - the studio behind Zelda-like "XEL"

The indie studio Tiny Roar has been around in the Hamburg games industry for over six years now. Recently, at gamescom 2021, they announced their latest project, the sci-fi-adventure XEL. We took the opportunity to do a quick three-question-interview with Tiny Roar’s co-founder and game director Maurice Hagelstein.

Games Lift: What we do in our workshops

Good things are happening in our Games Lift Incubator workshops right now. A lot of them are confidential. But some of them are not! We got to listen in on two veterans of game marketing and pitching. One of them is a new addition. Find out more in our new Games Lift Log entry!

PLAY21 - Restart Together

PLAY21 returns from November 5 until November 13 under the motto "Restart Together". Find out more about the program and concept.

Games Lift 2021 - New and Improved

After our first Games Lift Incubator 2020 was a success, we worked on the program for the new Games Lift teams 2021. Find out what is new and what improved in our Incubator Log #3

Prototype Funding: Tips for your application in our video

For all developers, teams and studios who want to apply for our Prototype Funding: this video will give you some valuable tips and overview of the steps needed for to apply. Project Lead Dennis Schoubye shared some Dos and Don'ts.

Games Lift 2021 - Accelerating Now

The preparations are done. Now comes the fun part: The 2021 iteration of our Games Lift Incubator has begun in full. Workshops are in session. Read more in entry #2 of our Games Lift Incubator Log.

Recap: Road to gamescom 2021

With the Road to gamescom program five studios and developers from Hamburg presented themselves at the digital Indie Arena Booth Online, a virtual online multiplayer, where visitors could walk around in the creative world of the "Summercamp of Doom" to play, chat, and find out more about 120 indie games at 13 different online worlds.

Kick-off for Games Lift Teams 2021!

It’s on: Yesterday, we kicked off the intensive phase of Games Lift Incubator 2021 together with the five dev teams from Hamburg. For the next three months, the teams will be able to fully concentrate on their game ideas and attend workshops and individual mentoring sessions with international industry experts.

Next Game Starter Event: Project Management

Meet three project management professionals from the games industry to learn what they would have liked to know when they first started out. Live on September 07, from 6 pm (CEST)

Prototype Funding: Application phase starts now!

Apply now for the second round of Prototype Funding 2021: Up to 80.000 euros per project for the development of prototypes for digital games. The application phase runs from August 30 to October 18, 2021. Workshop on how to apply on September 08!

New Video Series: Indie Dev Insights

In our new series "Indie Dev Insights" we talk to indie devs and industry experts from Hamburg about topics that concern indies apart from strictly development topics - like marketing, sales, funding, organization of a team or publishing. First episode out now - more to come!

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