The Versus transmedia project won first prize at the Daniel Sabatier awards
Versus, a transmedia project done collaboratively by Celsa and Lisaa Master Digital Art Direction students, won first prize at the Daniel Sabatier awards, an endowment of € 3,000.
The Versus project
Versus is a realistic science fiction which proposes a futuristic penal system for criminal justice where new technologies have created new citizenship practices. Trials are evaluated in terms of their participatory hearings, the accused are judged by connected citizens and the courthouse has become a web platform with extended social networks, such qs YouTube...
Versus created thanks to a collaboration between CELSA and Masters of numeric artistic directions tudents at LISAA Paris. It was presented during theI love Transmedia Festival at the Gaité lyrique last October.
The Daniel Sabatier awards
The Daniel Sabatier awards celebrates audiovisual projects for their originality, innovativeness and digital dimension. It is sponsored by AUDIENS, Lagardère Thematic, Melty and by the Sleak and Lucien companies.
The MediaClub was created in 2004 with the hope to federate all those who have studied of or helped drive the passion of Daniel Sabatier: helping students to pave their way in the audiovisuel world.
Today, the MediaClub is an association of audiovisual professionals, with nearly 900 members, managers, entrepreneurs, executives, and creative professionals in various sectors of the media: television, cinema, music, and new media.