Why Filmmakers Hate Transmedia | Filmmaker Magazine
"I would prefer people to come out the film with some questions, and be compelled to go find the answers to those questions, than harm the drama by making the actors illustrate with their words. And as I said, this is one beauty of a transmedia project: you have other outlets to handle raw information-giving, so there’s no real need to cram everything into your film, or to bend over backwards to make sure some piece of information is communicated through an actor. I think the bigger job is make sure the audience wants to go find the answer. And that comes through real drama."