There is a lot of great discussion in the Canadian film, television and screen media industry right now about “discoverability.” A report was just published by the CMF on the topic, and there is a Discoverability Summit happening in Toronto right now co-hosted by the CRTC and the NFB.
Kickstarter campaigns and crowdfunding have made a lot of headlines this year. Successful (and often record breaking) campaigns for projects like The Lizzie Bennet Diaries web series and the Veronica Mars, Zach Braff and Spike Lee movies brought this concept more into mainstream news
Recently the online creative community’s collective head exploded when a crowdfunding campaign for a movie about the long cancelled TV show Veronica Mars exceeded its $2 million goal on Kickstarter by over 285%. But I, and many others in the digital crowd, were even more impressed by
I love Felicia Day. She is funny, charismatic, creative and, most of all, one smart cookie. She is on the cutting edge (I believe) of the future for film, TV and other screen media and is someone we can all learn from. In case you don’t know who she is, Felicia is the Queen of the Ner
I’ve always loved games – board games, video games, word games, even role playing games (RPG). I’ve spent time with them all, although very little since motherhood and business ownership consumed most of my time. My life, however, is still filled with gamers, a husband who plays World