Much of the material you’re about to watch is obscure, hard to find and not shown very often. Indeed, some of it appears to have gone unnoticed for a very long time.
When I informed conference organizer Eric Zimmerman what I would be showing at NYU this afternoon, he accused me of fabricating a hoax.
Assuredly, I am not that clever.
Brian Moriarty's talk covering the history of interactive narrative from the Practice 2015 conference
“Three and half centuries later, an unknown Hollywood playwright desperate for attention tried the same trick.
Ayn Rand devised a courtroom drama in which a jury selected from members of the audience would decide the guilt or innocence of the defendant.”
“A man chooses, a slave obeys” eh?