Pulse of MIP: Thomas Wallner, Liquid Cinema


“Broadcasters can now broadcast space and time, not just story.” Ali May talks to Thomas Wallner, of Canada’s Liquid Cinema, a company that makes “cinematic virtual reality,” where “instead of watching movies, you feel like you’re in the movie.”

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MIPTV and MIPCOM are the world’s most important global markets for the TV and digital media industry. They are the key events for buying and selling, financing and distributing programmes in all genres, on all platforms. Together, every 6 months, they form the annual landmark events of the entertainment calendar, attracting key industry executives, thought-leaders and creative talent from the entire content spectrum to negotiate deals, network and gain insight. MIPTV and MIPCOM respectively take place every Apriland October in Cannes, France.

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