Over on the Autumn Gem web site, I noted that our Autumn Gem Preview iPad application is now available on the iTunes App Store. Using selected video clips, archival materials, and interactive features, Autumn Gem Preview introduces you to this fascinating figure through an extensive trailer of the film. On the home screen are three … Continue reading Autumn Gem Preview for the iPad
Our Autumn Gem application for the iPad won the Future of Publishing Award at iPadDevCamp! We developed this application to show the potential marriage between film and iPad. Going beyond a normal movie, we bring the story of Modern China’s first feminist, Qiu Jin, to life with interactive elements, historical information and movie clips from … Continue reading Autumn Gem for the iPad Wins at iPadDevCamp!
The crowd keeps getting bigger. We had nearly 120 people fill up Room 206 in the Daly Science Center at Santa Clara University for our screening of Autumn Gem. I’ve posted a recap with photos on the official Autumn Gem web site here. Now, we pack for the next few days before leaving for Madison, … Continue reading Autumn Gem at Santa Clara University
Great screening this evening at UCSF. We had over 80 people show up to watch Autumn Gem. I’ve posted photos up on SmugMug and have an extended recap on the Autumn Gem web site. Between updating SmugMug, autumn-gem.com, Twitter, and Facebook, I don’t have much time to update this site!
Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival with our appropriately titled film! BioBridge at UCSF will be hosting a free screening and reception with delicious snacks. Supported by the UCSF Cultural Enrichment Fund. Friday, September 25 at 6:00pm Cole Hall Auditorium UCSF Medical Sciences Building 513 Parnassus Avenue San Francisco, CA If you’re on Facebook, you can … Continue reading Autumn Gem Free Screening at UCSF this Friday!
Following a presentation on advanced SmugMug topics, Rae and I screened AUTUMN GEM to the assembled crowd at the April 2009 Camera Owners of the Bay Area user group meeting. They’ve been hearing about this project for the past year and a half, and it was great to finally be able to show them the … Continue reading Autumn Gem at April 2009 COBA Meeting