The first edition of the Liege Web Fest has taken place on the October 4th 2013 in the new projection rooms of the ULG-Opéra. In total, it was 150 persons who attended the seminars (audience mostly composed of professionals and students of the concerned domains) and more than 300 for the projection.
The afternoon was dedicated to professional meetings during which professionals spoke about diffusion of web-series and transmedia works in french Belgium but also in Europe, and about funding plans for such projects.
In the evening the competition took place where five transmedia projects and three web-serie have participated. After the competition, six projects from the Marseille Web fest have been broadcasted.
Lionel delhaye, Jérôme Dernovoi and Benjamin Torrini
Patrick Séverin and Frédéric Moray
Moderator : Matthieu Lietaert
How is organized the broadcasting of web-series and web creations in Europe ?
Speaker : Emilie Flament, Nouvelles écritures, France Télévisions
In what ways a crowdfunding campaign allows to gather and build an audience and community ?
Speakers : Adrien Aumont et Frédéric Cornet, KissKissBankBank
Presentation of concrete projects and analysis of their diffusion.
Projects and speakers :
Web show from 19:00 till 20:00: in collaboration with le PointCulture of Liège, the LWF team proposed a live-streamed web show presenting the the projects in the competition and the speakers from the seminars. This show has been followed by more than 200 people. The show has been broadcasted on www.livestream.com/pointculture.
#1: Belgian productions(in competition)
Le Prince Charmant d’Arnaud Grégoire
Geek Politics de Quentin Noirfalisse
Diwans.org de Laurent Van Lancker
Bénévoles de Patrick Séverin et Frédéric Moray
The Brussels Business de Matthieu Liétaert
#2: Web-series from the Palmares of Marseille Web Fest (not in competition)