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Thursday, June 21, 2012

When worlds collide: an interview with Nuno Bernardo | Goji

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"CEO of multinational production company beActive, Nuno Bernardo is an award-winning and Emmy-nominated writer/producer/publisher with several years of experience in transmedia production. He’s just launched his latest project, Collider World, an epic sci-fi story told across a range of media platforms. Goji editor Ally Millar recently caught up with Nuno to get the low-down on what’s shaping up to be a major event

Sum up Collider World in ten words or less
Nuno: A sci-fi transmedia series about six characters who jump to a post-apocalyptic future.

Tell us about Collider World

NB: Collider World is a sci-fi multi-platform project that combines TV and web series, exclusive access to pre-series storylines, mobile games and online graphic novels available on the App Store and Google Play. It focuses on the stories of six people who were mysteriously transported to a post-apocalyptic future, and their mission to get back to the present time and save mankind, and their own lives.

Why the multi-broadcast approach?

NB: Our approach to storytelling is to create a universe (or ‘storyworld’) and then divide that big story into different – but self-contained – pieces and distribute them in different media. The reason for this approach is to connect with the audience and fans on all the different medias they use during the day. The story can follow the audience and be there with the audience, whatever media they are on, be it the internet, a mobile phone or just reading a book...."

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