I’m still keeping track of the cross-media marketing and extra-textual conversations surrounding Sex and the City – but here’s the official poster and teaser trailer. To keep up with the marketing and conversations (debates, arguments, gossip etc…) there’s an official blog now -
Posts Tagged ‘extratextual’
Posted in Media and Popular Culture, tagged cross-media, extratextual on January 25, 2008 | 2 Comments »
Posted in Media and Popular Culture, Second Life, Virtual Worlds, tagged cross-media, extratextual on October 21, 2007 | 3 Comments »
Actually I saw this teaser before the other one I blogged a couple of days ago, but here is a really interesting interview with the producer, Anthony E Zuiker.
Posted in New Media Literacies, cyberculture, digital fiction, tagged cyberculture, digital fiction, extratextual, facebook, narrative on October 15, 2007 | 1 Comment »
Following a lead from Writer Response Theory, I started reading Sugarcane, a “choose your own adventure” application on facebook. At first glance it looks a bit tiresome, with pretty closed choices to click on to follow one of several pre-planned paths. But on closer reading, it actually includes options for editing the story and adding [...]
Posted in Media and Popular Culture, tagged cross-media storytelling, extratextual, movies, Sex and the City on October 8, 2007 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Media and Popular Culture, cyberculture, tagged cross-media storytelling, extratextual, movies, Sex and the City, television on October 7, 2007 | 5 Comments »
For the past couple of weeks I’ve been logging in every day to my favourite gossip blogs to catch up on what’s happening with the filming of the movie Sex and the City. I’ll put the rest of this post under the fold, but beware, all the major spoilers buzzing around the blogosphere are there!