Susan E. Clarke

Essays on the industry from someone on the industry.

The Wizards of Aus

Posted by WebVee on March 20, 2017 in Review Susan E. Clarke

They don’t get much nerdier than Michael Shanks and his D&D inspired, pop-culture explosion of a Web Series, The Wizards Of Aus!  By Susan E. Clarke This ain’t no ‘vlogging-one-location-Web show’, although the concept could have easily taken it down that route for someone with lesser VFX skills than creator Michael Shanks, his craft honed to perfection

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The Cate Morland Chronicles

Posted by WebVee on November 14, 2016 in Review Susan E. Clarke

By Susan E. Clarke It has been a little while since I have read any Jane Austen. I am the kind of girl that swings past “Pride and Prejudice” on a rainy day more than the gothic romances, but it’s important to know that even if you aren’t familiar with “Northanger Abbey”, as this series

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Mina Murray’s Journal

Posted by WebVee on October 21, 2016 in Review Susan E. Clarke

By Susan E. Clarke We all know the story of Dracula but what about Wilhelmina Murray, the girl who becomes thoroughly involved with the vampire’s curse? What if she was your favorite YouTuber before she met the Count? What if she took you along for the ride? Mina Murray’s Journal is a wonderfully addictive web

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REN: The Girl With The Mark

Posted by WebVee on June 13, 2016 in Review Susan E. Clarke

By Susan E. Clarke When the credits have the category “Animal Wranglers” in it them then you know that you’re in for a treat! Ren: The Girl With The Mark is quite simply the most beautiful, intricate, fascinating, compelling and high production web series currently airing on an online platform. It really raises the bar

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WebVee Profiles: Bernie Su

Posted by WebVee on July 23, 2015 in Archives Profiles Susan E. Clarke

Bernie Su is best known for being the executive producer and head writer of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, a hugely successful web series which won the ‘Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Interactive Programme’. A modern day ‘vlogged’ adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, where he teamed up with the infamous Hank Green of Vlogbrothers.

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WebVee Profiles: Liam Dryden

Posted by WebVee on July 21, 2015 in Profiles Susan E. Clarke

Liam Dryden is known as the “Swiss Army Knife” of Youtube, being able to turn his hand to almost anything. He began vlogging on the platform in 2008 and from there became a famous UK internet personality, a video producer, an actor and musician. ‘LittleRadge’, as was once his screen name, was one of five

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Posted by WebVee on July 20, 2015 in Review Susan E. Clarke

It would take us a year to watch every video posted on YouTube every sixteen seconds, which means that the voices online are loud! What makes scrawling the internet so worthwhile is when you happen upon channels like OnlyLeigh. A channel so wonderfully dipped in pop culture and fandom that it feels like the platform

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What Connection Does Theatre Have To Web Series

Posted by WebVee on July 13, 2015 in Columns Susan E. Clarke

Web series are still in their infancy here in the UK and we are all waiting patiently to see the outcome of this new media revolution. Is it surprising then, to acknowledge a need to cross-breed this new medium with every other long-lasting and time tested method of storytelling? First it was television, with long-form

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