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​HERRINGS is a dramatic thriller about Frank Briggs, a former skip tracer turned skip maker, who
disguises the internet footprint of his clients, allowing them to disappear in plain sight. Winner of Best Thriller at Baltimore Web Fest 2017, watch more here!

NYC Web Fest

WVG AT NYC WEB FEST!  

Save the date! November 9-11 Melissa Malone, Theresa Labreglio, & Jeanette Bonner  will be taking over our Facebook Live from NYC Web Fest! 

CONFESSIONS OF A WEB FEST JUNKIE

CONFESSIONS OF A WEB FEST JUNKIE

So, you have an independent web series and want to promote it.  How do you get exposure? How do you get the attention of media?  How do you catch the eye of those intrepid entrepreneurs creating streaming platforms for digital short form content? How do you hook up with the people who will fund and distribute your next series? The Pantless Detective's Tom Chamberlain shares his world-wide web festival experience!

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SO YOU WANT TO MAKE A WEB SERIES

BY JOĖL BASSAGET, Reprinted with permission from Web Series Mag

In each chapter of this series you will find a “check-list” for every step of a web series production. This is absolutely not an ultimate guide; this is merely a collection of advices, views and opinions. So: you’re welcome! 

Let’s start at the very beginning, when you are only thinking about making a web series… Read More

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2017 WEB FEST NEWS

2017 WEB FEST NEWS

 

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Pride

Pride

Although I watch my fair share of cat videos, I find I often need more substantial fare to watch. If a series has a strong point of view, an interesting story, and strong performances, I’ll want to watch – whatever the genre.  I’ve seen quite a few series about 20-somethings finding their way in the world. […]

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ON LITERARY ADAPTATIONS IN WEBSERIES AND OR SO THE STORY GOES

ON LITERARY ADAPTATIONS IN WEBSERIES AND OR SO THE STORY GOES

The internet is a place for fans, and for fans to share their fandoms with other fans. And as such, fan fiction and discussion have become as much a part of the fabric of entertainment on the internet as the content itself. This is a commentary and engagement supported medium, after all. […]

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Zyara

Zyara

In the sea of webseries about twenty-somethings, roommates, and zombies, Zyara is a welcome respite. Not that there’s anything wrong with twenty-somethings, roommates, and zombies, but sometimes it’s nice just to relax and hear a personal story or two.  Zyara is an Arabic word meaning “visit”. […]

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