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UAL Futures Talks: #3 Internet Age Media

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UAL Futures together with IAM - Internet Age Media present an evening of films and discussion around internet culture and the futures of media.

Join us at London College of Communication for an exclusive screening of We Are Internet - a video series exploring the human side of Internet Age Media.

Across seven short episodes We Are Internet tells the stories and visions of influential people behind leading niche publications, agencies, companies and institutions from around the world.

They share the why’s of emerging mindsets, lifestyles and perspectives, flying under the mainstream of media.

Featuring Alex Bec (It’s Nice That), Jeff Hamada (Booooooom.com), Filip Visnjic, (Creative Applications Network) and many more, the series is the start of a conversation about understanding internet as culture, from the context of media and creativity.

The screening will be followed by a discussion with some of the films protagonists about the evolution of internet age media and what it means for students and graduates.

Part of LCC’s Graduate School Festival the night will be an opportunity to network with fellow students, alumni and industry, and grab an exclusive ticket offer to Internet Age Media Weekend 2016 in Barcelona!


Speakers on the night

Abraham Asefaw, Founder, The Pop Up Agency

Alec Dudson, Founder, Intern Magazine

Pip Jamieson, Founder, The Dots

Pernille Raven, Head of Branded Content, Crane.tv

Julius Wiedemann, Director of Digital Publications, Taschen

Igor Zinatulin, Head of Strategy, Calvert 22 Foundation


Technical support and filming will be provided by LCC alumni The Makeshift Cinema.


We Are Internet people - perspectives in the film provided by…

Alex Bec, Director, It’s Nice That.

Morad Rayyan, Head of Innovation, Al-Jazeera

Heidi Hackemer, Founder, Wolf&Wilhelmine

Ed Macovaz, Head of Design, Ableton

Liya Safina, Content Strategist, Strelka Institute

Alec Dudson, Founder, Intern Magazine

Julius Wiedemann, Director of Digital Publications, TASCHEN

Pip Jamieson, Founder, The Dots

Tim Nolan, Executive Creative Director, HUGE

Alexander Scholz, Creative Director, HOLO Magazine

Jeff Hamada, Founder, Booooooom.com

Teddy Goitom, Director, Afripedia/Stocktown Films

Pernille Raven, Head of Branded Content, Crane.tv

Igor Zinatulin, Head of Strategy, Calvert 22 Foundation

Filip Visnjic, Founder, Creative Applications Network

Ian Durkin, Associate Curator, Vimeo

Kai Brach, Founder, Offscreen Magazine


Finally, you can't have a film screening without popcorn - the lovely people at Propercorn will be supplying our cinema snacks!

This event is part of the LCC Graduate School Festival. The Graduate School Festival is a week-long series of talks, workshops, screenings and events that offer opportunities to prepare students for their next steps whether in industry or further academic study.


About UAL Futures

UAL Futures mission is to support and encourage digital creativity at University of the Arts London. Our goal is to be a space for students and graduates to explore the possibilities of new technology in their creative practice.

Through events, curated content, research and special projects, we are helping students learn digital skills, creating links with the creative and technology sectors, and developing enterprise opportunities.

About IAM

Internet Age Media is a platform that connects the futures of media, learning and internet culture.

We do it through video series, a weekly publication, partnerships & collaborations with collectives, artists, brands, schools and institutions that meet every year for a weekend in Barcelona, sharing diverse perspectives because in randomness we trust.

IAM is made by the strategic foresight co. wabi-sabi lab

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