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(Chanté) #141

Hello fellow filmmakers, writers, directors, actors, crew, etc.! We are new to the site and super excited about being a part of this community . Our show is called The Graceful Path, it is a web series. Christian/drama. Looking forward to engaging with you all. God bless!
Chanté


(King Jeff) #142

Hello guys. I’m King Jeff, co-creator of the hot detective web series Tales From The Murder Room: Season 1, which is doing very well on amazon prime. The link to the series is on amazon is:

So check it out when you get a chance and tell me what you think. We currently placed cardboard standees in AMC theaters as promotion for the series. We are currently working on season 2 and about to distribute limited DVDs for season 1. The official web site for the series is at www.talesfromthemurderroom.com. STANDEE%20AT%20AMC%20ELMWOOD Anyway…I’m glad to be here and would love to share some of our anecdotes with fellow web series creators.!
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(Terrence Patterson) #143

Hello,

I am new to the forum but have read several articles about promoting my web series throughout production on our show, Half Past Jump Time.

Good luck to everyone on their projects and lets make art that will change the world.

  1. Terrence Patterson
  2. Location: New York City
  3. Web series made (if any): Half Past Jump Time
  4. Preferred film roles: Producer
  5. The film thing you’re best at: development and budgeting
  6. The film thing you’re worst at: raising outside funds; attracting investors

(Domanique Cummings) #144

Hello Stareable! Please view my info below :smiley:

  1. Name - Domanique Cummings
  2. Location - Alexandria, VA (Metro DC area)
  3. Web series made (if any) - Kennedy [Kennedy Web Series 🔜 12.30.18 (@kennedywebseries) • Instagram photos and videos](http://Kennedy on Instagram)
  4. Preferred film roles (writer, producer, director, actor, etc) - Writer/Director/Cinematographer/Editor
  5. The film thing you’re best at - Editing
  6. The film thing you’re worst at - Acting

(Chris Hackett) #145

Hello,

Im Chris Hackett, a creative from Brooklyn, NY. I had worked with a few groups to develop web series in the earlier days of youtube. Nothing really took off but definitely love the medium.

If anyone wants a Director, DoP, writer or producer let me know. I have alot of experience with Drama but definitely want to branch into other genres. Im probably best as director and worst as a boom operator. But Ill play any position someone might need if I can.

Hope to see everyones work and meet at the events.


(pietro dioni) #146

Ciao I am Pietro from Italy and I am new to stareable :wink:

  1. Name Pietro Dioni
  2. Location Italy - Parma, Rome and Florence.
  3. Web series made (if any) D(io) - the adventure of a dreamer - In post production
    ** (we are working on an english page as soon I will have it I will **
    ** post it)**
  4. Preferred film roles (writer, producer, director, actor, etc)
    producer, exec prod, line prod, prod. Manager
  5. The film thing you’re best at Produce
  6. The film thing you’re worst at Acting

Looking forward to connect with you all!
Ciao


(Muriel Montgomery ) #147

Hi! This is cool, thanks for being here Stareable.
My name is Muriel Montgomery based in Los Angeles and I’ve made a few web series with my husband Nick Casalini.
We just put up our newest series Fam Club on Stareable. It’s a mockuseries about Drake’s brother and sister so nerdy he has to keep them hidden in Canada. We have an 8-episode first season out in the world and just did a bunch of festival submissions.
If you’re in LA, and wanna come to a screening of the second half of our first season - it’ll be at The Ruby LA (7518 Sunset Blvd) Friday Dec 14, 7:45 doors and Drake music, 8pm screening, done at 9pm and then we’ll hang out at The Pikey right up the street.
I’m a writer-creator-actress, but I also taught myself how to edit for this project. So I edited it too.
The film thing I’m best at - acting a fool on set.
The film thing I’m worst at - not talking shit to dudes when they start getting uptight about using the correct technical terms.
We’d love to connect with y’all on whatever social media you’re repping your show on too. Hit us up and we’ll follow back:
Instagram @famclubofficial
Facebook @famclubofficial
Twitter @famclubofficial
TikTok @famclubofficial (are you on TikTok yet? Do you like it?)
Also down to subscribe on YouTube to any shows out there fighting the good fight:


You guys rule.
xoxo


(Gareth Brierley) #148

Hi everyone

My name is Gareth and I live in London.

I’ve just recently made two episodes of a show called Pitches link below
https://www.stareable.com/series/view/pitches

Hoping to do more in the new year. I’m a actor, writer and sometimes director.

I’ve spend years in theatre and I also love film.

Seems like a lovely group here and looking forward to chatting and sharing.


(Garrick Wade) #149

Hello film community! My name is Garrick Wade.
I reside in NYC, but I am a Southern boy (Houston Texas raised).
My most recent body of work is a web series called Remembering Wednesday.
My talents are best used as writer, producer, and casting. I am about to direct my first short film.
I’m horrible at location scouting! I can always use other creatives that are interested in collaborating! I love to collaborate without ego! Please visit my webseries and give me your feed back!
CLICK HERE to watch REMEMBERING WEDNESDAY


(Lyandre Pierre) #150

Hi there!

My name is Lyandre Pierre. I currently reside in sunny Los Angeles but I’m originally from Nashville, TN. I also spent a few years in NYC. My web series is called The 6th Degree (all filmed in Brooklyn, NY) and follows six people each overcoming their own personal challenges.

I am a writer and director and I can act goofy when I need too. I am (at my best) when I’m writing. For some reason, people keep asking me to A.D. and I would say I am a horrible assistant director. I am not organized or good at maintaining order at all. I guess I just look the part. Loving Stareable and the community. Looking forward to watching all of your shows!

Check Out The 6th Degree Here


(Cameron Tubbs) #151

Hey! My name is Cameron A. Tubbs! I am a NYC based actor, writer, director, and fight choreographer. I recently premiered my play I Killed Batman: The Superhero Parody for my theatre company.

And now I’ve written and filmed a pilot for a web series about out of work actors in NYC taking an acting class. Obviously it’s a shit show and hilarious antics ensue. It’s in the vein of Arrested Development, Community, or Parks and Rec. You can watch the full pilot at our youtube channel at Acting Out: The Web Series!

Here is the pilot link:

And here’s a link to the trailer! Enjoy!


(Matt Enos) #152

Hey everyone, I am an independent filmmaker based in Maine. For the past two years my creative partners and I have been doing an underground comedy series called “THE SLIM DUFFY SHOW!” It follows a local fool named Slim Duffy who goes out of his way to mind his own business but is constantly being harassed and bullied by all the creeps and degenerates in the neighborhood.

If you like politically incorrect humor, it’s right up your alley. The best way i can describe it is Forrest Gump meets Bananas In Pajamas. We are 24 episodes in and counting!

Check us out on Facebook and YouTube!

Official YouTube
Official Instagram


(Bri Castellini) pinned globally #153

(Deb Ethier) #154

Hey All! I’m Deb Ethier from Canada. I’m a bit of an Oxymoronic Anomaly (an “old newbie”; “experienced greenhorn”, etc.). Started making animated films very late in life and have a little bit of experience there, but this is my first high dive into the making of a web series. “22 Bones, the Adventures of Yorick, a Skull” was born from 4 shorts I did, but was never entirely happy with. I realized that they needed the episodic treatment, so I worked backwards and pretty much started from scratch - same basic ideas and characters, but lots of new footage, more complete story arcs, new material, etc. It’s a really quirky series; micro-short episodes (1.5 - 4 minutes), mixed-media animation. I do everything; script, music, voices, puppets, sets, animation, art, etc. I guess you could say I’m a control freak… The thing that I’m really, really terrible at is marketing (seems to be a universal problem); I really don’t know how to categorize the series or who the true target audience is because it’s so, well…odd, I guess. I do want to really thank Bri and her articles and blog entries, however, for showing me the way to get started. Anyway, you can probably tell I’m also incredibly long-winded, so I’ll stop here…for now!


(Herman Wang) #155

What part of Canada? There are a lot of us web series makers here in Toronto :slight_smile:


(Deb Ethier) #156

The most Southern part of Canada you can get to - south of Windsor, ON! We’re even south of Michigan here!


(Zachary Just) #157

Hey everyone!

  1. Name - Zachary Just
  2. Location - Milwaukee, WI
  3. Web series made (if any) - Senior Living . We made a pilot episode and a holiday short. Right now we’re working on a multiple shorts and another full length episode.
  4. Preferred film roles (writer, producer, director, actor, etc) - Writing and directing.
  5. The film thing you’re best at - Writing…I think…
  6. The film thing you’re worst at - Marketing. I have no idea what I’m doing. I can’t even get people to sign up for my email list.

Really happy to be here! Please check out my series and any feedback is very much appreciated!


(Mickey Oh) #158

Hello!

My name is Mickey. I’m originally from Japan, but based in Los Angeles, CA.

I got an on-going mini-Doc/Bio web series, and am looking for some collaborators for cast and crew.
WALK TO FAME (need to improve the production value though)

Also developing a comedy/drama series.
ENTER THE RAMEN

I’m a director and writer, occasionally produce and edit too.

I’m good at creating ideas, directing, and writing (even though my English is not perfect and willing to work with other writers)

I don’t do well on the business side like funding, marketing, networking, pitching, and etc. But I want to improve it.

I’m happy to find this site and look for connecting with like minded people. Your comments and suggestions are welcome :slight_smile:


(Jonathan Fournier) #159

Hi. I’m Jonathan; a playwright/screenwriter/producer based in Montreal. I shout half a season of my first webseries in 2018 and we’re in post-production now. I’ve started browsing here in the lead up for our release.

  1. Jonathan Fournier
  2. Montreal, QC, Canada
  3. My first webseries is Unicorn included, which has a trailer available here: https://vimeo.com/296241102 (and a Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/UnicornIncluded)
  4. I mainly consider myself a writer and producer, though have performed various roles on projects (and act in this series).
  5. The film thing you’re best at… writing I guess?
  6. The film thing you’re worst at… finding editors.

Happy to be here!


(Mike Dreyden) #160

Hello everyone.

I’ve been a part of Stareable from the very beginning. Or at least it’s first year or so? I can’t remember now.

Name: Mike Dreyden
Location: New York City
Web series made: LAST CALL WEB SERIES
Preferred film roles: (director and/or actor) but I find creating my own opportunites is what’s gotten me this far.
The film thing you’re best/worst at: I don’t know if I’m the best or worst at either of these things. I just try to do the best I can to bring mine or someone’s vision to life.