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WebShowCentral_Issue10_cover-250The latest issue of Web Show Central (formerly Viewfinder) magazine is now available!

In Issue 10 we include reviews, interviews and tips for digital creators around web series, YouTubers and short films.

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WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE:

 

SAVE THE DATE! NZ WEB FEST IS COMING!

Auckland, Saturday, 7th November www.NZwebfest.com

 

WHAT TO WATCH

There are loads of local new web series and short films to snuggle up with including; Reggie’s Case Files, Game Over, and The Outlook for Someday and Loading Docs short films.

 

REVIEW: THE ADVENTURES OF SUZY BOON

This isn’t a new web series – but it seriously needs more attention. Four and a half stars – a must watch if you haven’t seen it already. Reviewed by Rene Le Bas.

 

WEB SHOW: BEHIND THE WHITE MAN BEHIND A DESK

With creator Robbie Nicol: Tweeting John Campbell was a big deal – we spent an embarrassingly long amount of time drafting our replies to his tweets.

 

WEB SERIES: REGGIE’S CASE FILES

Writer Lex Scott: Learning what you can achieve on a micro budget has made me far more critical of people insisting you need lots of money to produce good work.

 

WEB SERIES: BLADING NEW ZEALAND – WITH A CAMERA

Creator Matt Earle: The feedback from our crowdfunding gave us the confidence to go out on this epic journey.

 

WEB SERIES: JACK OF ALL TRADES

With Producer Marko Klijn: Let us keep this simple – this is just plain fun!

 

SHORT FILM: SOMEDAY CHALLENGE

Entries are open for the film challenge that takes young New Zealand filmmakers to international audiences.

 

WEB SERIES (AUSTRALIA): i can’t even.

With creators Hayley and Alyce Adams: Web series should be recognised as their own separate format, not shorter episodes of TV.

 

WEB SHOW: Hahana

With Director/Producer/Editor Vicki Makutu: Directing and producing for me was all new, so I was learning a new skill while I was actually in the thick of production.

 

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