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Week 3 Learning to Grow Creatively

I’ve learned in the world of design you’ll need to listen. By listening to suggestion and refining your design to suit the crowd, you’ll be a better designer. I’ve done several de- sign template for my colleague to brainstorm and ask for feedback.colin created apps

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Week 2: Designing Challenges

Designing the program guide is a long process as we’ve to take in many factor- such as the programing of the film and organizing the content structure so that it is easy for the audience to navigate through the film festival with the usage of the guide.colin created festival fun

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Week 1: Receiving Creative Freedom

I was briefed by Susan on the company goal and operation. 
Being the creative designer of the company. I’m in charge of designing the upcoming New Media Film festival program guide 2013 and the promotional press kit for the company. It was a challenge and great opportunity as I was given the full creative direction to come out with the idea and concept to rebrand the promotional press kit and online banner design. 
After researching on several major film festival program layout and design, I’ve learned the layout and programing of film festival for promotional point of view. By research- ing on the topic and coming out with a design to appeal to the different crowd was a challenge but I’ve managed to adopt by designing it as magazine layout to appeal to the crowd. Susan was really happy with the design and the execution of the graphic.colin created program book

 

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My First Day Interning at New Media Film Festival

On the first day of work, I met my supervisor Susan Johnston. She’s a nice lady with a great personality and really took great care of her employee. She also briefed me on my role in the company and job scope for the coming months. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colin-peh-4a727441

colin peh in boston first day

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Animation

The animation is absolutely exquisite and totally opposite from each other Trid En Storm is from Ireland and a deep intrinsic story about choices and love whereas and 50 Foot Hero is a class project at Pepperdine where the monster has a big heart and accidentally sets the town on fire, a humorous touching piece. It is this level of storytelling mixed with choices of technology that makes my heart
sing.” Susan Johnston from a Huffington Post Interivew

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The Future Of Entertainment – New Media Film Festival

“The New Media Film Festival seemed like an outlier when it started in 2010 with their strange categories. All of a sudden, web series, 3D storytelling, and digital comics have become the new normal. The NMFF is always looking to the future, challenging creators, the market and the audience to discover new storytelling. There are not many festivals pushing the limits. Go NMFF!” – Academy Award-winning producer Nicholas Reed

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The Future Of Entertainment – New Media Film Festival

nmff logo white bgHonoring Stories Worth Telling

The 7th Annual New Media Film Festival – June 9 – 10 – 11, 2016 www.NewMediaFilmFestival.com

New Media Film Festival – The Future of Entertainment, celebrates the Best in New Media to the world in all media that are innovative, imaginative and hailed for making “the cutting edge accessible” by Huffington Post.

New Media Film Festival intersects the interactivity of new technologies & formats for Media & Cinema which exemplify the power of the cinematic arts to inspire and transform. A festival Honoring Stories Worth Telling that are created by people of All Ages-All Cultures-All Media. New Media Film Festival highlights New Technology, Financing & Monetization, the Convergence of Media, and where Traditional Media meets New Media.

As noted by NMFF attendee and Academy Award-winning producer Nicholas Reed, “The New Media Film Festival seemed like an outlier when it started in 2010 with their strange categories. All of a sudden, web series, 3D storytelling, and digital comics have become the new normal. The NMFF is always looking to the future, challenging creators, the market and the audience to discover new storytelling. There are not many festivals pushing the limits. Go NMFF!”

While many festivals have stuck with “old-school” programs of shorts and features, the NMFF exhibits a stunning diversity of emerging media across 20 categories, including Digital Comics, 3D, and mobile content. Besides envisioning the future of media, the festival is also concerned with the future of the world itself.

As always, the festival will include several high-octane panels with industry experts, a Red Carpet Press Junket, VIP Soiree, 3D Opening Night, Networking, Award Ceremony, and Screenings conclude with Q&A sessions of the filmmakers and participants. The 7th Annual New Media Film Festival will be held in Los Angeles CA June 7, 8 & 9th 2016.

-“Worth The Entry Fee”- Movie Maker Magazine

Script and audiovisual works in all formats, genres, and languages are accepted. Programming is categorized into existing and emerging technologies that make up the contemporary mediascape. This includes 3D, Animation, Apps, Digital Comics, Documentary, Feature, LGBT, Machinima, Made on Mobile/Tablet,  Music Video, New Media, Pilots, New Media Scripts,  Shorts, Shot on RED, Sniplers “ 30 second pitch, SRC- Socially Responsible Content, STEAM-Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math, Trailers and Web Series.


Judges from Marvel, Oscars, Grammys, Emmys and SAG/AFTRA. $45,000.00 in Awards – 20 categories. Submissions accepted until April 25th of each festival year. Each entry is considered for Programming, Competition & Distribution.  Deadline to submit April 25, 2016 Midnight PST

http://www.NewMediaFilmFestival.com

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