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New DADIU Small Talk about the Danish Games Scheme

On March 6th 2013 the Danish Games Scheme at the Danish Film Institute has a deadline for applications on funding for computer games. DADIU has produced a video talk with Games Commisioning Editor Simon Løvind where he explains what it takes to write a good application. Simon goes into detail on the two kinds of subsidy offered by the Danish Games Scheme: Concept development and project development. He also talks about the motivation for offering culture support for the development of computer games. Watch it here

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DADIU small talks are short simple video talks on computer games related topics in a format inspired by TED Talks. DADIU small talks are made for DADIU students on their way into the computer games industry. Everybody else are welcome to watch.

New DADIU Small Talk about the Danish Games Scheme

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On March 6th 2013 the Danish Games Scheme at the Danish Film Institute has a deadline for applications on funding for computer games. DADIU has produced a video talk with Games Commisioning Editor Simon Løvind where he explains what it takes to write a good application. Simon goes into detail on the two kinds of subsidy offered by the Danish Games Scheme: Concept development and project development. He also talks about the motivation for offering culture support for the development of computer games. Watch it here

DADIU small talks are short simple video talks on computer games related topics in a format inspired by TED Talks. DADIU small talks are made for DADIU students on their way into the computer games industry. Everybody else are welcome to watch.

DADIU is proud to present: The DADIU Small Talks

DADIU Small Talks is an addition to DADIU Talks, but where DADIU Talks are large studio productions, the Small Talks are smaller single cam productions with one interesting theme.

In the first one, Dajana Dimovska from Knapnok Games talks about how she went from being a game student to being part of the indie game company KnapNok Games. This talk is filmed and edited by DADIU’s own Martin Ziir.

In the second, former DADIU student, Daniel Kromand, gives us insights into working as a producer in a games company in China. The Chinese company hosts an annual party for the company’s singles! Daniel also talks about a lot of cultural differences which poses bigger demands on the communication. The talk is filmed by Daniel Kromand himself and edited by Martin Ziir.

Introducing: DADIU Talks

Introducing: DADIU Talks

We have been working on it for a long time and are exstatic to present DADIU Talks, DADIU’s online lectures aimed at our students located in all of Denmark.
Being a DADIU student means commuting from all of the country so we are happy to have found a way to eliminate a few travelling days.

Inspired by TED Talks and other online lectures, we are happy to invite the rest of the world in. We have done our best in selecting great speakers. Sit back and enjoy – and feel free to spread the word.
We will be adding more talks as we go along.

The first three DADIU Talks with Thomas Howalt, Anne Mette Thorhauge, and Miguel Sicart have been produced in Copenhagen in August 2011. Producing lectures this way takes a large team – a big thanks to everyone involved, especially to the amazing director of the DADIU Talks, Helle Pagter, and to the three speakers: Thomas, Anne Mette and Miguel for agreeing to participate. As everyone can see, they did an impressive job.

As a special feature we have Gunnar Wille Talks. A lot of locals will know Gunnar Wille, who is not only the head of DADIU and the Animation Department but a long term contributor to the world of art and entertainment – from childrens TV to online fragmented storytelling.

DADIU Talk Director Helle Pagter and Miguel Sicart at the recording. 

DADIU Talk Director Helle Pagter and Miguel Sicart at the recording.