As already mentioned I attended OFFF this year in Oeiras (outside Lisboa, Portugal). It was an amazing location to host this Post-Digital Creation Festival. Even though it wasn’t the best event planning by the OFFF people (here I’m referring to lousy bar concept, bad sound setup, smelly toilets, misprinted programs, lack of food, no air-conditioning and so forth), it was the attractive line-up of creative professionals and the amazing atmosphere of the 3500+ attendees that made it an incredible experience.
The blog 3 days in Oeiras has some nice photos from the actual event. CPLUV kept an day by day diary of the events taking place and has made a nice recap post here, also linking to a bunch of videos worth checking out.
This is shiiiiiiiiiiiiit. Not “shit” but shiiiiiiiiiit. And shiiiiiiiiiit is the OFFF Oeiras 2009 blog. Which means that this is where you’ll find daily updates about what’s going on in the fest: info, pictures and all kinds of gossip. May be we even upload a couple of videos…
I know I know ! It’s been way to quite on the blog lately. I’ve been extremely busy with a very exciting pitch, which I wish I could tell some more about, but unfortunately it’s still confidential.
But shiiiiit! Tomorrow we’re heading to Lisboa for the OFFF conference, which looks really awesome this year! I’m looking forward to re-unite with friends from NYC, Montreal and lots of peeps from back home in Copenhagen. Also the weather forecast looks awesome!
If you were lucky enough to attend our FITC Amsterdam 2008, you know what it’s all about. If you missed it, you’re going to want to grab a ticket before they’re all gone. There is no other event quite like it. The combination of unbelievable presenters from around the globe, incredible networking opportunities, and the infamous FITC parties, all with the amazing backdrop of the city of Amsterdam, creates a stage set for the unexpected.