Masterpieces in the Making: The Art of Classical Storytelling in the Digital Age

The beauty of technology and all its advances is that it has enabled the explosive sharing of all kinds of stories — for young and old alike, from the piercing and provocative to the side splitting and romantic. Despite all the edginess that contemporary technologies cultivate among storytellers, audiences across the globe remain attached to the classic tales, beautifully portrayed, that stir hearts and imaginations. A master in her own right, Rebecca Eaton shares the magic.

Festival: 2015

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