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The latest issue of Web Show Central (formerly Viewfinder) magazine is now available.

In Issue 11 we include highlights and winners from the inaugural NZ Web Fest, as well as interviews and tips for digital creators.

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Cover-from-WebShowCentral-_Issue11-250WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE:

WHAT TO WATCH

There are loads of local new web series, web shows and short films to discover and watch for free at Web Series Channel; including The Aroha Project, AFK, End of Term, Auckward Love, Jiwi’s Machines and more!

 

NZ WEB FEST

The inaugural NZ Web Fest was a hit with attendees and presenters alike. A day of inspiration, learning and entertainment (and pizza and cola!) including different aspects of digital content from monetisation to building an audience.

 

NZ WEB FEST AWARDS

Check out the finalists and winners of the inaugural NZ Web Fest Awards held in November.

 

WEB SERIES: END OF TERM

With creator Chaz Harris: I think we’ve lost sight of creating fear and suspense as a storytelling skill because we can create anything on screen now with visual effects ­ as filmmakers we need to remember to stop and think if we should show something or not.

 

WEB SERIES: SIDES

With director Grae Burton: I’d rather make awesome shows with awesome people and if “big guns” want to take notice that’s great.

 

WEB SERIES: SHOWGIRLS

With director and producer Ben Legg: The more time and thought you can put into pre-production, the smoother the shoot is going to go. Visualise being on set, and identify issues before they happen.

 

WEB SERIES: AUCKWARD LOVE

With creator Holly Shervey: Working with such a small crew on such a fast timeline meant the challenges were great and the roles each person played were pushed, but that also gave us a real sense of ownership over our work.

 

WEB SERIES: DROPPED PIE

With co-creator Nat Boltt: Rodrigo Films prides itself on making fresh, funky content in a fast-paced guerrilla filmmaking style.

 

CROWDFUNDING: POT LUCK

New Zealand’s first lesbian web series is coming to the internet soon! Currently crowdfunding to make a further five episodes, Pot Luck is a fresh, fun, and sexy narrative web-series that explores the lives of three Wellington friends

 

For more about Web Show Central, Web Series Channel and NZ Web Fest visit:

www.WebShowCentral.TV

www.WebSeriesChannel.co.nz

www.NZWebFest.com.

 

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