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“An Evening of Animated Infographics" film screening

The first screening of its kind — “Arc” is a theatrical program dedicated to the art, creativity and complexity of animated infographics. As its name suggests, the screening lies at the confluence of storytelling and data visualizations.

This program collects the best time-based data visualizations and infographics from the past couple years with a focus on story-driven data. To be followed by a panel with Andrew DeVigal (Second Story, NYTimes), Dino Citraro and Kim Rees (Periscopic).

Please note this event costs $7 at the door (or you can buy tickets from the Hollywood Theatre site).

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  • Tim H.

    Thanks to second Story Studio and Periscope for the screening and the talk afterward. Thanks for the insightful answers and the dedication to this topic and doing good for the world. Cool crowd. Mostly brilliant work in the video collection. I always feel humble when it's so good.

    2 · March 1, 2013

    • RonBarrett

      A wonderful, big "Thank you!" to Second Story and Periscopic for an enjoyable evening of animated infographics!

      An important take-away for myself was there are three category of information visualizations:
      1. Pure marketing (an agenda is obvious)
      2. Semi-documentary (loosely based upon actual events)
      3. Documentary (objective, purely factual)

      I learned to become more discerning while viewing visualizations, that some stories are marketing impersonating journalism.

      Thanks again for an enjoyable evening with visual storytellers. :)

      1 · March 2, 2013

  • Kurt Rehfuss changed the location to Hollywood Theater

    February 23, 2013

  • Kurt Rehfuss changed the date and time to Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 7:30 PM

    February 23, 2013

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