We’re kicking off our look at the top 10 web series that were screened at the 7th Annual New Media Film Festival this week. Who’s up first?
Director: Sarah Paige
Running time: 3:32
Synopsis: Caroline, a frustrated actress, is dumped by her agent and decides to go to beauty school.
New Media Film Festival loves to celebrate witty episodic online stories, creatively made on a budget. Since the first webisode in 1995, the art of producing television for the web has proven a popular outlet for writers who may have found broadcast TV or other traditional avenues in the industry difficult to access.
Over the next following week we’ll be spotlighting 10 of our favorite web series (in no particular order) that screened at the 7th Annual New Media Film Festival this past June.
Check back next week to see the all great web series’ that made the list.
The Cradle of Liberty
As we wrap our time in Boston and Susan heads to LA, Steve heads back to @OhioState, I remember all of the culture here. Paul Revere’s house, the North End Church, Bunker Hill, The Tea Party Boat, cemetary after cemetary of war heros and so much more. I see the world through new eyes and head back to my home in Singapore where I will continue to make films around the world. Please Contact me On Linked In to talk more about our journey: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colin-peh-4a727441
Back to Boston
We moved our offices to State Street, I could see the Liberty Bell on @FaneuilHall from one of the windows. We took a tour of the Old State House our first day there.
New York High School Students and their teacher
William Wonders III is a New Media Film Festival Alum and also a teacher in New York. He brought his students out to meet us at the Best of Screening!
Off to a Screening Series in Mid Town New York
New Media Film Festival was screening a Best of series at a cool coffeshop. I ran tech and met with hydro power people, students from a local school and thier teacher and all around fllm fans.