Rose Vincelli

Rose Vincelli is the Program Manager for the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP), the nation’s oldest and largest organization of independent filmmakers. At IFP, Rose focuses primarily on producing their Independent Filmmaker Labs; a year-long mentorship program for first-time documentary and narrative feature directors in post-production; and Independent Film Week’s Project Forum, a meetings-driven forum scripts and features in production with key industry executives seeking new projects.

Rose recently produced the documentary shorts Transposition and No One Wants to Eat the Parsley, and is currently curating a multi-media exhibition for the Bookshelf Museum, a microgallery in Brooklyn, NY. She was a film programmer for the 2005-07 SILVERDOCS: AFI / Discovery Channel Documentary Festivals, and has previously worked for C-SPAN as well as other freelance media venues. She majored in media studies at Hampshire College. Born in Canada and raised in Richmond, VA, Rose has great passion for food, film and art; all things she’s revels in in Brooklyn, NY.
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Cross-Media Forum NYC

Tue Apr 19, 2011 06:00

New York, New York
United States of America

IFP and Power to the Pixel’s first annual Cross-Media Forum is THE place for the next generation of great storytellers and content
creators to connect with the innovators and icons across multiple media.
This one-day event offers direct access to media leaders and artists on the cutting edge; through a wide range of case studies, conversations and networking opportunities – featuring pioneers in independent film, advertising, marketing, new media, design, mobile, publishing, and gaming- creative visionaries will share their ideas on how to best navigate - and explode - the possibilities of the cross-media space.
Jeff Gomez: Transmedia storytelling guru, whose collaborations include work on James Cameron’s Avatar, Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean, Microsoft’s Halo, Hasbro’s Transformers and Coca-Cola’s Happiness Factory.
Ty Montague: “Truth, Lies and Storytelling” – One of Advertising Age’s top 10 creative directors in the business, Montague recently launched Co:, a brand  story-led innovation collective focused on future-facing marketing ideas to create meaningful connections with consumers.

Presentations: on Transmedia History,  Future Audiences, Extending Your Story into the Transmedia Realm, Financing for
Cross-Media Projects, and Case Studies of Lance Weiler’s “Pandemic / HiM”; NFB Canada’s Interactive Documentaries, Adam Sigel’s “Afterlife” and Nina Bargiel  on MTV’s “Valemont.”

Project Presentations: Producers and storytellers
with cross-media projects spanning a combination of film, TV, online, mobile, gaming, and live events pitch to industry leaders who can, in turn, help develop, finance or support their work– and take their projects to the next level.