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Lumina is a series about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories.Our host is the Head of Curation at Tedx Sydney Fenella Kernebone, a former presenter at ABC’s Radio National and Triple J. In the series, Fenella speaks to a carefully curated brainstrust of storytellers about why technological developments in the industry, and in our society, are something to be excited about, not daunted by.Across a dozen interviews, Fenella investigates topics such as the future of books, how interactive stories can be made for Smart Speakers, whether creatives should fear the rise of Artificial Intelligence and why Virtual Reality is a powerful tool for empathy. Throughout the episodes, Fenella becomes the test bunny, plugging herself into biometric readers and experimenting with interactive sci-fi podcasts, to get to the bottom of how storytelling is rapidly changing. Our talent are at different stages of their careers, some have a creative practice, others belong in the technology development, but all are storytellers at heart.Lumina is produced for AFTRS by Audiocraft, with Selena Shannon and Jess O’Callaghan. Our sound engineer is Ryan Pemberton, and our Executive Producer is Kate Montague.

Latest Episodes

3: Can’t get you out of my head

Do machines have what it takes to create music that taps into human emotion? Tech is increasingly aiding human creativity, but is there an x factor to great stories and art that machines can’t replicate? The team at Uncanny Valley shows us how they’re teaching computers to understand human emotion, and Peter Clay tells us about the human intuition at the heart of programming feel-good station smoothfm, where he’s head of programming. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

18 MIN2018 NOV 7
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3: Can’t get you out of my head

4: Immersed in the story: Part one

The story is all around us—more than ever before we have the power to make stories that engage multiple senses, and toss the audience into a whole new world where they feel they’re part of the action. But does immersion using technology like binaural audio, virtual reality or augmented reality lead to a great connection to story? Chris Panzetta from S1T2 explains the difference between a gimmick and an engaging immersive reality and Screen Audience Research Australia measures audience reaction to immersive experiences. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

22 MIN2018 NOV 7
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4: Immersed in the story: Part one

5: Immersed in the story: Part two

Sink deeper into the world of immersive storytelling—now that we know an immersive story, well told, can make us feel ‘present’, can these stories bring us closer to each other? Can experiencing a story using immersive technology increase our empathy for people with stories very different to our own? Scott O’Brien thinks so, he’s the founder of VR and AR company Humense, and sees this emerging tech (when used well) bringing us closer together. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

17 MIN2018 NOV 7
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5: Immersed in the story: Part two

6: Coming back to craft

When change is so constant and tech so alluring, it can be easy to forget the skill at the core of every good story. How can practitioners of all creative industries look past the tech and just get really good at what they do? Filmmaker and screenwriter Natasha Pincus loves to experiment with all sorts of new technology, but carves out time to hone her craft. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

16 MIN2018 NOV 7
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6: Coming back to craft

7: The stories formerly known as TV shows

We may not watch them on the box in the living room anymore, but the show runners, writers and directors behind great Australian TV are creating some of the best screen-based entertainment around. What’s the secret to creating and pitching a great TV show in 2018, when the gatekeepers are platforms like Netflix or Stan (or gone entirely)? Hannah Lehmann (The Out There) and Chloe Rickard (Jungle Entertainment) share their secrets. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN2018 NOV 7
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7: The stories formerly known as TV shows

8: Artificial creativity

Can artificial intelligence create art that’s as good as a humans? And if they could - would we even care about it, without that beating heart, that authentic human experience at its core? Professor Toby Walsh from UNSW and CSIRO’s Data61 explores the capabilities of AI-composed stories, and whether we will care about them when they get here. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

18 MIN2018 NOV 7
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8: Artificial creativity

2: The essentials of story

The way stories are delivered and experienced is changing, becoming less linear, more interactive. But even in these new forms, there are good stories and bad ones. What sets a story apart, keeps someone turning the page, watching the TV show or answering their smart speaker? Nicky Birch from BBC R&D has found that even the weirdest of interactive experiments need a few storytelling essentials at their core. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

19 MIN2018 NOV 7
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2: The essentials of story

1: Telling stories in new ways

Since the first time someone told a story around a campfire a lot has changed about how we tell stories to one another. In this first episode of Lumina, Fenella Kernebone talks to two creatives rethinking the way we tell stories; Tea Uglow, Creative director at Google’s Creative Lab in Sydney and Mikaela Jade, CEO and founder of augmented reality company InDigital. Both think screens are just a stepping stone on the way to a world full of interactive stories we can barely conceive of yet. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN2018 NOV 7
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1: Telling stories in new ways

Lumina Trailer

Coming Soon - Lumina, a podcast from the Australian Film Television and Radio School A six-part series on how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories. Hosted by Fenella Kernebone, former presenter at ABC RN and Triple J, current head of curation at TEDx Sydney. Lumina is produced by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

2 MIN2018 OCT 10
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Lumina Trailer
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Latest Episodes

3: Can’t get you out of my head

Do machines have what it takes to create music that taps into human emotion? Tech is increasingly aiding human creativity, but is there an x factor to great stories and art that machines can’t replicate? The team at Uncanny Valley shows us how they’re teaching computers to understand human emotion, and Peter Clay tells us about the human intuition at the heart of programming feel-good station smoothfm, where he’s head of programming. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

18 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
3: Can’t get you out of my head

4: Immersed in the story: Part one

The story is all around us—more than ever before we have the power to make stories that engage multiple senses, and toss the audience into a whole new world where they feel they’re part of the action. But does immersion using technology like binaural audio, virtual reality or augmented reality lead to a great connection to story? Chris Panzetta from S1T2 explains the difference between a gimmick and an engaging immersive reality and Screen Audience Research Australia measures audience reaction to immersive experiences. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

22 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
4: Immersed in the story: Part one

5: Immersed in the story: Part two

Sink deeper into the world of immersive storytelling—now that we know an immersive story, well told, can make us feel ‘present’, can these stories bring us closer to each other? Can experiencing a story using immersive technology increase our empathy for people with stories very different to our own? Scott O’Brien thinks so, he’s the founder of VR and AR company Humense, and sees this emerging tech (when used well) bringing us closer together. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

17 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
5: Immersed in the story: Part two

6: Coming back to craft

When change is so constant and tech so alluring, it can be easy to forget the skill at the core of every good story. How can practitioners of all creative industries look past the tech and just get really good at what they do? Filmmaker and screenwriter Natasha Pincus loves to experiment with all sorts of new technology, but carves out time to hone her craft. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

16 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
6: Coming back to craft

7: The stories formerly known as TV shows

We may not watch them on the box in the living room anymore, but the show runners, writers and directors behind great Australian TV are creating some of the best screen-based entertainment around. What’s the secret to creating and pitching a great TV show in 2018, when the gatekeepers are platforms like Netflix or Stan (or gone entirely)? Hannah Lehmann (The Out There) and Chloe Rickard (Jungle Entertainment) share their secrets. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
7: The stories formerly known as TV shows

8: Artificial creativity

Can artificial intelligence create art that’s as good as a humans? And if they could - would we even care about it, without that beating heart, that authentic human experience at its core? Professor Toby Walsh from UNSW and CSIRO’s Data61 explores the capabilities of AI-composed stories, and whether we will care about them when they get here. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

18 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
8: Artificial creativity

2: The essentials of story

The way stories are delivered and experienced is changing, becoming less linear, more interactive. But even in these new forms, there are good stories and bad ones. What sets a story apart, keeps someone turning the page, watching the TV show or answering their smart speaker? Nicky Birch from BBC R&D has found that even the weirdest of interactive experiments need a few storytelling essentials at their core. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

19 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
2: The essentials of story

1: Telling stories in new ways

Since the first time someone told a story around a campfire a lot has changed about how we tell stories to one another. In this first episode of Lumina, Fenella Kernebone talks to two creatives rethinking the way we tell stories; Tea Uglow, Creative director at Google’s Creative Lab in Sydney and Mikaela Jade, CEO and founder of augmented reality company InDigital. Both think screens are just a stepping stone on the way to a world full of interactive stories we can barely conceive of yet. Lumina is a podcast about how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories, produced for the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

21 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
1: Telling stories in new ways

Lumina Trailer

Coming Soon - Lumina, a podcast from the Australian Film Television and Radio School A six-part series on how tech innovations challenge and shape the way we share stories. Hosted by Fenella Kernebone, former presenter at ABC RN and Triple J, current head of curation at TEDx Sydney. Lumina is produced by Audiocraft. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

2 MIN2018 OCT 10
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Lumina Trailer
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