BlogTalk Radio: Rex Sikes Movie Beat Chat... →
Discussing contracts, funding, and distribution. First time listening.
Trailer for feature doc, the #MoniYakimProject (working title). About a super dope artist turned teacher, who not only worked with Marcel Marceau and studied with Stella Adler, but also taught movement at Yale and founded the Drama Division at Juilliard. Campaign’s jumping off today. Check it.
Scouting NY: Scouting NY at the Soho Apple Store!... →
scoutingny: Hey everyone, To coincide with this years Tribeca Film Festival, New York’s Apple stores are hosting a series of events about filmmaking, and they’ve invited me to talk about my work as a location scout! Come join me on Monday, April 23rd, at 6:00pm at the Soho Apple Store. I’ll be giving…
Trans-form TV: Exploring "Schrute Space" for "The... →
transform-television: I’ve been holding off on jumping into the plethora of online offerings for “The Office” for a while now, but I can avoid it no more. Even if the show is not really funny and makes you feel like a jerk by watching it, NBC has invested a lot of time and energy to build an entire online world for…
We don’t really consume popular culture anymore, certainly not as a linear...– Gaurav Mishra, “The Storytelling Mandala: Purpose-Inspired Transmedia Storytelling” (via transform-television)
Michael Bloomberg's Top 10 Reasons to Shoot in New... →
Any “narrative” today, to be commercially viable, will have to be “written” for...– $techgnotic, DevianArt admin (via transform-television)
Trans-form TV: GCB's Good Christian Blogs →
transform-television: I do enjoy a good guilty pleasure series once in a while, and ever since “Desperate Housewives” spiralled out of control years ago and descended into mundane melodrama, I’ve been waiting for a good campy adult primetime soap to come along… and “GCB” fits the bill. The series has a colourful…
Trans-form TV: Transmedia in the 2012 Webby... →
transform-television: This year’s Webby nominations were light on fictional/narrative television/transmedia focused initiatives, but there’s still a few standouts that’s worth taking a look for their multi-platform storytelling and technological approaches. 1. Bear 71 A Canadian production nominated in the…
A producer is like the glue … if I do my job badly all the cracks will...– Catherine Fitzgerald, New Zealand film producer Speaking that good truth.
Ultraviolet campaigns to get Facebook to add a... →
“The lack of women on the board is more shocking for Facebook than other Web 2.0 companies because more than half of Facebook’s users are women. And women are far more active users of Facebook than men, making them a lucrative demographic for the social networking giant on the verge of a $100-billion initial public stock offering that would not be nearly so big without women’s...
Opinion is really the lowest form of human knowledge. It requires no...– Bill Bullard (via sadvader)