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Posted by WebVee on August 18, 2017 in Web Fest News

WEBFEST BERLIN 2017: Official Selection of Web Series and Program announced for the festival on the 8th and 9th of September. The best web series from around the world will be presented at the third edition of the Berliner festival for web series, happening on the 8th and 9th of September at Holzmarkt’s Säälchen. More

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The Importance of the IAWTV Awards

Posted by WebVee on August 9, 2017 in Uncategorized

By Tina Cesa Ward, Chairman of the IAWTV Why do the IAWTV Awards matter? The answer to that has been the reason I, along with IAWTV Vice Chairman Sandra Payne, have formed this hardworking two-woman band and taken on this full time, volunteer gig to bring them back in 2017. Please note that our submissions are

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Posted by WebVee on August 4, 2017 in Review

By Shawn M. Smith According to the fictitious director within the series, GLOW is “porn you can watch with your kids, finally!” No, Sam. Empowerment. It’s about empowerment. GLOW, the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, is about the struggle of women in Hollywood and the sisterhood that can be lost in the process. Set in 1985

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Fightin’ ISIS

Posted by WebVee on August 4, 2017 in Review

By Shawn Smith Jesus, are all Australians this pissed about terrorism? After gleefully consuming the first three episodes of Fightin’ ISIS, I found myself craving more. Which of the four insanely diverse characters will get their hands around the leaders of the most dangerous terror cell? When will it happen? Can these idiots even make

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6 Binge-worthy British Series

Posted by WebVee on July 28, 2017 in Review

1Life: A real insight into the dangers of big brother’s ever present eye. When their latest app has a massive security leak, Jasper, Barney, Charlie and Max are faced with the ultimate question – how much control should one device have? More here I Am Tim Helsing – Monster Hunter: Blood, carnage, more blood and mass

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So You Want To Make A Web Series

Posted by WebVee on July 6, 2017 in Uncategorized

By Joēl Bassaget Reposted with permission of 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!  Chapter 1: So you REALLY want

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Valencia Web Fest 2017

Posted by WebVee on June 6, 2017 in Web Fest News

Valencia’s Cinema Jove Releases Its Official Web Series Selections Valencia International Film Festival – Cinema Jove announces the 13 web series  that will compete for the Moon of Valencia Award in it’s 2017 edition. Web series from Argentina, Canada, Australia, USA, Germany, Italy, France, United Kingdom and Uruguay will be screened the 24- 25th of June

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Posted by WebVee on June 2, 2017 in Uncategorized

By Afiqah Rozali (Reposted courtesy Melbourne Web Fest) The growing pervasiveness of the internet means more creators than ever are now turning to the digital space to display their work and build their audience. So, in a time where everyone is making videos, how do creators set themselves apart from the competition? 1.They produce original work

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Happy Mothers Day

Posted by WebVee on May 13, 2017 in Review

Let’s celebrate Mothers Day with some of our favorite shows about moms! Catastrophe – American businessman Rob hooks up with British schoolteacher Sharon for a wild week in London which results in an accidental pregnancy. In this sometimes dark romantic comedy,  series creators Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney explore what it takes for virtual strangers

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Roma Web Fest 2017

Posted by WebVee on April 17, 2017 in Web Fest News

The fifth edition of the Roma Web Fest, the first international festival in Italy dedicated to web series and web native videos, will take place in November 2017. The Festival promotes young talents that use the web to show, produce and distribute their products and ideas. The event shows cinematographic industries how cinema, TV and

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