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It’s more likely than not that you’ve heard of Pinterest — the fast growing social media network that lets folks create an online scrapbook of images they can share or re-share with others. Being such a visual medium, it’s no surprise many filmmakers are exploring ways in which they can put this new social media tool to use. With that in mind, here are 5 ways filmmakers can use Pinterest to their advantage: More »
DIY Days is “a roving gathering for those who create” — a free conference open to anyone (space is limited, however). DIY Days (which has traveled to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and Philadelphia in the past) will be returning to New York City on March 3rd, and the full program was just announced. DIYD is the brainchild of Lance Weiler and includes many interesting workshops this year, including one by yours truly. Check out the full schedule and come on down if you’re in town! Here’s my workshop, Building a valuable relationship with your audience (4:15-5pm): More »
Lance Weiler’s Pandemic 1.0 wasn’t just a short that played Sundance (available to watch in full here). The transmedia pioneer’s project extended far beyond the theater, involving real-world objects and a plethora of social media hooks. Watching the behind-the-scenes videos is akin to time-traveling to the future (of storytelling): More »
Transmedia pioneer Lance Weiler premiered his new project, Pandemic 1.0, at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival last night. Also known as “Pandemic 41.410806, -75.654259″ — which, if you put those coordinates into Google Maps, reveals a Scranton, PA setting — the 10-minute short premiered yesterday in the New Frontier Performances and Installations section of the festival, as well as on FEARnet HD (Verizon FiOS channel 197). And online, right here: More »
If you’ll be in New York on April 3rd, I can’t recommend the DIY Days conference highly enough. It’s free, but registration runs out quickly, so head on over to DIY Days and register now.
The WorkBook Project and the New School present DIY DAYS NYC. On Saturday April 3rd DIY DAYS comes to the New School in NYC for a day of talks, workshops and networking focused on creativity in the digital age. The focus of the day will be how those working in film, music, gaming, design, and software can fund, create, distribute and sustain from their creative efforts.
DIY Days is free because it’s run by volunteers, so:
If you live in the NYC area and are interested in lending a hand to help make DIY DAYS NYC possible we’re looking for volunteers. Send email to work [@] workbookproject dot com with the subject “volunteer in NYC.”
Zack and I directed, and I DP’d, the first episode of RADAR Season 2, which kicks off today with the episode “Undetermined Measurements.” Check out the episode below, and stay tuned to RADAR for future episodes; Zack and I also directed another forthcoming episode in Season 2, and a number of very talented directors helmed the others. Thanks to Lance Weiler, Alex Johnson, Janine Saunders, and the rest of the RADAR crew! More »
DIY DAYS is a totally FREE conference/unconference for everyone in film, music, design, gaming and software development who wonder how to sustain themselves in challenging economic times. Centering on how to fund, create, distribute and sustain the creative work of media artists, the conference is a diverse day of speakers, panels, case studies, roundtable discussions and workshops that includes an impressive list of innovative thinkers, makers and doers.
WHERE: UArts – 211 S. Board St, Philadelphia, PA
WHEN: Saturday AUGUST 1st from 8:30am to 6:30pm – followed by a social mixer from 6:30 to 8:30pm