Nancy Wyllie’s “Moth Vitals” – Success Story

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“MOTH VITALS” is an experimental short documentary by director, Nancy Wyllie. The film recounts two unusual cases brought to Wyllie’s long-time friend, Rhode Island Veterinarian, Dr. Peter Belinsky. Belinsky’s narration and Wyllie’s directing make for a truly innovative piece that is as unique as it is impactful.

Wyllie decided to enter “MOTH VITALS” into the 2016 New Media Film Festival. The film was accepted into the festival where it has its LA premiere. Since screening at the New Media Film Festival, “MOTH VITALS” has been shown at many other film festivals. It was also one of 28 films selected from over 800 submissions from 63 countries to be screened at The Darwin Museum in Moscow. Director Nancy Wyllie has also seen further success in her career after the 2016 New Media Film Festival. She recently accepted an invitation to sit on a panel with four other filmmakers to discuss strategies for navigating the film festival landscape.

 

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Success stories – Behind the scenes connections lead to money, fame, intrigue

New Media Film Festival announces award winners closing night and behind the scenes success stories are shared.

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Brian Beacock – Success Story

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Actor, writer and producer, Brian Beacock, was a part of the 2nd Annual New Media Film Festival in 2011 for the witty, over-the-top, comedy series, “McCracken Live!”, which he wrote and co-directed with Andrew Moorman. The 2011 series follows Tyler Hanson, played by Beacock, and his larger than life alter ego Carol Ann McCracken as they struggle with a failing cable network, frantic co-workers and a identity crisis of epic proportions. “McCracken Live!’s” quirky humor snatched it the first ever Best LGBTQ+ award!

Since Beacock’s win at the 2011 New Media Film Festival, he has continued to be a part of hugely successful projects as an actor, writer and producer. He currently has two BVTA People’s Choice Voice Acting awards for his work in “Durarara!!x2” and “Ao no ekusoshisuto”. In 2016, his “Acting Dead” costar, a comedy/horror series which he wrote and starred in, won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series. “Acting Dead” also won a FilmQuest and Indie Series award for Best Web Series. Beacock also walked away with an Indie Series award for Best Writing (Comedy) for his work on “Acting Dead”.

 

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International Art Exhibit at the New Media Film Festival

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