Screen 2030: Extended Interviews – Episode three with Mark Pesce


In this episode Mark Pesce (Columnist for The Register, Honorary Associate in the Digital Cultures Program at the University of Sydney, and co-Founder of Moore’s Cloud ) responds to the big question: What will the screen industry look like in 2030 and will a creative screen career pay the rent?

“People are willing to pay for lived experience, media is cheap, lived experience is the currency of the realm. The capability of someone to be able to translate the media experience into the lived experience is the pivot on which someone’s career will be able to turn.”

“Screen 2030: Making My Content Pay” and the “Screen 2030:Extended Interviews” series was produced by Metro Screen’s Digital Kitchen program funded by Screen NSW and launched in Sydney at VIVID IDEAS 2014.

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View the documentary and eight part extended interviews series here.