Director Jay Ferguson took to the stage at StoryForm at the Film Society of Lincoln Centre in NYC to discuss his immersive project GUIDESTONES, a 50-episode interactive web series that takes viewers deep inside the mystery of The Georgia Guidestones.
The GUIDESTONES team had a blast at ComiCon Toronto where they presented a panel titled “Wanna know how the world will end?” and handed out swag — lots of swag.
Writer/director Jay Ferguson and actors Supinder Wraich and Dan Fox were on hand to present an exclusive sneak peek of the first five episodes and reveal the story of the mysterious woman who was the inspiration for the story.
GUIDESTONES is a fast-paced thriller in the style of The Da Vinci Code but where the audience takes an active role in solving the mystery. By following clues hidden in each episode, viewers can solve the riddle of The Guidestones along with or ahead of the main characters. Episodes are delivered by email in “real time” as the story unfolds.
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ARGFest-o-Con 2012 will be held in Toronto, marking only the second time in ARGFest-o-Con history that the event will be held in Canada.
ARGFest-o-Con is a community organized gathering of players, designers, and transmedia enthusiasts that has grown from humble origins into a full blown conference attracting many of the leaders and innovators in the field of Alternate Reality Gaming.
Previous hosts include Las Vegas (2002), Orlando (2003), Vancouver (2004), New York City (2005), Chicago (2006), San Francisco (2007), Boston (2008), Portland, Oregon (2009) and Atlanta (2010).
Dates to be announced shortly.