Category: Contests

Meet a Winning Hackathon Team: Magic Ideation
Magic Ideation
by Ben Nelson 03.14.2019 03:05 PM
Learn how a team competed at the first AT&T and Magic Leap Mixed Realty Hackathon

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AT&T Mixed Reality Hackathon with Magic Leap
Two chairs and a colorful umbrella
by Jeana Chaffin 11.26.2018 01:15 PM
Find out what happened when developers and creators joined our first-ever hackathon exploring mixed reality and spatial computing with the Magic Leap One device. We had over 75 teams apply and 30 teams join us at Colorbloq San Francisco for a weekend of innovation, coding, and community-building.

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Behind the Scenes: Meet the Winner for Best Short in the 360 Cinematic Category at the SHAPE AT&T Film Awards
My Africa movie poster
by Dave Okamoto 06.25.2018 05:43 PM
We’re pleased to announce the AT&T Film Awards winner for the Best Short 360 Cinematic. The winning documentary My Africa explores a remote corner of Kenya, where elephant herds are thriving and where a young woman recounts her own story about a life intertwined with wildlife. Learn more about the organizations that teamed up to make the film: Conservation International, Passion Planet, and Vision3.

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Behind the Scenes: Meet the SHAPE AT&T Film Awards Co-Winner for Best Emerging Artist–Bola Ogun
Are We Good Parents? movie poster
by Dave Okamoto 06.19.2018 06:17 PM
We’re pleased to announce the three AT&T Film Awards winners for Best Emerging Artist. One of three co-winners, Are We Good Parents?, explores society’s expectations through the eyes of parents who suddenly wonder if they have unintentionally sent their young daughter preconceived notions of “acceptable” sexuality. Learn more about director Bola Ogun and the team who helped her create the film.

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Behind the Scenes: Meet the SHAPE AT&T Film Awards Co-Winner for Best Emerging Artist–Jonah Ansell
Moose movie poster
by Dave Okamoto 06.19.2018 05:12 PM
We’re pleased to announce the three AT&T Film Awards winners for Best Emerging Artist. One of three co-winners, MOOSE, explores the idea of empathy for the “other.” Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, the film is written in verse to appeal to both children and adults. Learn more about director Jonah Ansell.

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Behind the Scenes: Meet the SHAPE AT&T Film Awards Co-Winner for Best Emerging Artist–Cameo Wood
Real Artists movie poster
by Dave Okamoto 06.19.2018 03:49 PM
We’re pleased to announce the three AT&T Film Awards winners for Best Emerging Artist. One of three co-winners, Real Artists explores a reality in which art may—or may not—be created in an authentic, passionate way. It’s a science-fiction exploration of the very definition of creativity—and success. Learn more about director Cameo Wood and the team who helped her create the film.

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Behind the Scenes: Meet the Winner of the SHAPE AT&T Film Awards Winner for Best Short in the Animated CGI category
KCLOC movie poster
by Dave Okamoto 06.08.2018 03:10 PM
We’re pleased to announce the AT&T Film Awards winner for the Best Short Using Animated CGI. This winning film, KCLOC, explores the meaning of time and how it affects each of us differently. Learn more about filmmaker Ninaad Kulkarni’s experience and his vision for the film.

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AT&T Entertainment App Challenge
AT&T Entertainment App Challenge
by Ben Nelson 05.31.2018 05:34 PM
We invited developers, designers, and creators to use AI, VR,MR, AR, IoT, and robotics to hack the way we create and experience entertainment. We were looking for innovative ideas and solutions that can disrupt content consumption. See how you can be part of the judging.

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Behind the Scenes: Meet the Winner of the SHAPE AT&T Film Awards for the Best Underrepresented Filmmaker Category
Stereotyped movie poster
by Dave Okamoto 05.31.2018 05:19 PM
We’re pleased to announce the AT&T Film Awards winner for the Underrepresented Filmmaker category. STEREOTYPED follows the story of a young Spaniard actress who arrives to the U.S. only to discover she’s a walking Latina stereotype. Learn more about the inspiration for this comedy from filmmaker Andrea Vicunia.

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Behind the Scenes: Meet the Winner of the SHAPE AT&T Film Awards Best Film Shot on Mobile
New York The Place we Live In movie poster
by Dave Okamoto 05.31.2018 05:06 PM
We’re pleased to announce the AT&T Film Awards winner for the Best Short Shot on Mobile. This intriguing documentary, New York, The Place We Live In, utilized mobile technology to provide an inside look at the excitement of the big city and the many stories that reside in it. Learn more about filmmaker Sung In Sohn experience using only mobile devices to create a three-minute documentary.

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