VRTO Director Keram Malicki-Sanchez chats with media icon and legend Moses Znaimer about his inspiration and process in creating critically acclaimed postmodern theatre piece and two-time Dora Mavor Moore Award winner “Tamara,” and later the motion simulator ride “Tour of the Universe” built under the CN Tower; a true pioneer and one of the Giants of experiential media.
Moses is a Canadian media icon, best known for his outstanding achievements in television, his contributions to the Canadian music industry, and now, for his ongoing role as a Champion for Canada’s 15.8 million people, aged 45-plus, aka “Zoomers.” He is the creator of Citytv, MuchMusic, Bravo!, SPACE, CablePulse24 and the founder of ZoomerMedia Limited, President of CARP and Executive Producer of ideacity.
Malicki-Sanchez is an alumnus of Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School – Los Angeles chapter – and has 30 years of experience as an actor in over 65 films and television shows including American History X, John Q, True Blood and 24. His music has appeared in films for MGM, EPCOT Centre, Lifetime Networks, CBC and many others.
He has been asked to speak about the intersection of technology and the arts throughout North America for the past 25 years. He is also the founder of Transportive Technology – a virtual reality production company and Constant Change Media Group – a 360 media company and disruptive media consultation firm.