Brian Newman has been a keynote speaker at numerous conferences and for a variety of organizations internationally.
- Brands and Cinema
- Direct-distribution & New Distribution Methods
- Archive digitization, access and distribution
- Marketing, Outreach and Audience Development through new technologies
- The future of media
- VOD and New Business Models
Camden: Branded Docs
ReelWorld – Impact
Europa International Conference, Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival
Locarno Film Festival – Distribution; Transparency in Film Numbers
Danish Consulate NYC: The Future of the Cultural Industries
Sheffield Doc Fest: DocCampus VOD
MountainFilm Telluride: Coffee Chat
Hot Docs – Audience Engagement; and Brands & Docs
European Documentary Network (EDN) Moving Pictures Conference, Athens, Greece
Emory University: Careers in Film
Full Frame: The New Theatrical
Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival: Pitch
Europa Cinemas, New Models, Prague, CZ
Sundance 2015: Brands and Cinema; the Transparency Project
Arthouse Convergence: The Transparency Project
Big Sky Film Festival: Distribution; VOD and Maximizing Revenue
Hot Docs: Forum Moderator
IDFA: Branded Documentaries
Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM), Montreal, Canada http://www.ridm.qc.ca/en
Cork Film Festival: Audience Building Strategies & VOD Models
Viaggio Per L’Italia: New business models in a sharing economy
Europa Films, Athens, Greece
School of Visual Arts (SVA) New York, NY http://www.sva.edu/
PushPush Theater, Atlanta, GA http://www.pushpushtheater.com/
Camden International Film Festival, Camden, ME http://camdenfilmfest.org/
IFP Film Week, New York, NY http://www.ifp.org/programs/independent-film-week/
Watch a popular presentation, “Vimeo: The Art of Getting Paid” below:
Among his many talks, several are available online via Slideshare:
A talk I gave at the Vimeo Festival about how to get paid for online video. I was joined midway through by Ryan Koo – who is getting paid for his online work.
A general overview of transmedia and transmedia business models as presented to UnionDocs in Brooklyn, NY
Slides from my workshop at DocAviv with Hypermedia. A six hour, three part, workshop. Some new material here, but repeats some of my similar filmmaker workshops.
My recent panel presentation for the Sofia Film Fest Meetings.
My slides from DIY Days in NYC March, 2011.
My speech at the RIDM Doc Festival and Market in Amsterdam.
My talk for the New York Foundation for the Arts – about using technology to connect with audiences and build a fan base. A little bit about where things are going with transmedia and how artists might use these techniques.
My speech on innovating new business models for transmedia (and cross-platform, generally) as given at the Pixel Lab, Wales.
The second half of the Atlanta, PushPush weekend seminar was on audience engagement strategies. This includes everything from social media to transmedia and ended with a workshop on planning the distribution and outreach for six local films.
This part of the workshop focused on distribution and fundraising strategies.
Slides from my recent presentation in Chicago for the IFP Chicago Producers Series.
My talk today at DIY days – the audio and text of speech is crucial and hope to link soon.
A talk I gave in Glasgow for BAFTA Scotland at the CCA – for Scottish Students on Screen. The attendees were mainly students graduating from University.
My presentation for Shooting People and DCTV on distribution and engaging audiences. A new presentation with some mixed older materials and some very new stuff summarizing how to think about transmedia.
A workshop on how to make a sustainable living as a filmmaker in today’s marketplace, and in light of “free.” Good for organizations and other artists, and not just about free, but about how to survive a bad marketplace using new tools.
Another version of a presentation I have given before. Some new examples added for the Power to the Pixel London Film Forum.
My very quick presentation at DIY Days Philly on how filmmakers and any other artist can make a living in a world where everything seems to be available for free.
An overview of the Reframe project given at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
How can filmmakers and other artists make a living in a world of free content? Some possibilities are explored in this presentation I gave at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
This is the presentation I’m giving at the Open Video Conference at NYU.
My presentation at the 2009 Tribeca All Access kick-off.
A description of the Reframe project, digitizing and making accessible our visual heritage. www.reframecollection.com from Renew Media.