The Village Screen is Back – Glastonbury 2010
For:
L.O.C.O.G, Arts Council England and BBC

I am really pleased to announce that the Village Screen is back for Glastonbury 2010. I was apart of this project in 2008, along with a team of interaction designers and we delivered a programme of interactive content over the course of the festival. Last year was a great success and its a real pleasure to be asked to be lead developer this year. We will be running selected apps from the highlight of last year alongside some new creations. If you are attending the festival we are positioned at Williams Green, opposite the Queens Head right at the heart of the festival site.

Its not only interactive content that gets shown on screen, their is huge programme of short films, animations and motion graphics throughout the festival. There are still opportunities for film makers and artists to show their content on the screen (you can even take it along to the screen during the festival!) More information on this can be found on the Village Screen blog, which will also be used for regular updates on what we are getting up to.

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