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I recently got the chance to speak with the creator of a Web series called Blue Fiddles. Let me read the description of the series from its press kit:
Blue Fiddles, is a new web series written by actress Nena Botto. It's the story of three women searching for meaning amongst the day to day grind living in Portland, Oregon. The theme is a mix of comedy and drama that aims to be glamorous through honesty- women who have scars from life experiences not numerous Botox sessions. The characters are complex in their demeanor and wonderfully flawed in their intentions.
Within this interview, Nena tells of how she came up with the idea for the series and just how much filming it turned into a huge collabortive effort between the cast, crew and the city of Portland.
This is an interview with Emmy-award nominated writer, now horror film director Drew Daywalt. Drew created a horror Web series called Camera Obscura. I got the chance to talk to him about how the series came to be and what it the filming experience was like.
Hello, my fellow creatives! Welcome to this week’s fabulously entertaining and informative OH MTG! It's show #34. Wowza!! On this week’s show, we’re going to experience our very first threesome. Mmm, hmm. That’s right, kids. We’ve brought back the deliciously devilish “Bennington Gothique” web series creator, Gregory E. Connor - and joining him will be two of his web series regulars, John Wuchte and Yumi Ishibashi.
Our “Just the Tip” top 10 list this week takes you back in time to a real house of horrors with “10 Crazy Facts From Bedlam, History’s Most Notorious Asylum”.
And this week’s “Jukebox 5” song selections are a real mixed bag of nuts, not unlike our featured guests and your looney tunes host here in the “OH MTG!” studios. And like an unsuspecting new student at the Bennington School for Girls whose lost in the woods, you’re not gonna know what hit ya or what bit ya, kids. So grab your favorite adult beverage, kick back, and enjoy the ride.
THANKS FOR TUNING INTO “OH MTG!”. We are broadcasting a lively, sparkling new show every week, kids. And that’s the truth! Tune in, turn on and live an authentic life.
Interview with creators of “Broken Toy”. It is a new mini web series on YouTube. The brain child behind Forewarned Films principals Letia & Matt Clouston, "Broken Toy" captivate an audience in 8 minute web-isodes. Forewarned Films is a true indie producing entity with everything handled in house: VFX, sound, editing, etc. Directed by AFI grad Letia Clouston, created by and starring Matt Clouston and AFI grad & Director of Cinematography Chris Burgon.It was nice to talk to real geeks making a dream a reality. The tools out there now to help anyone make a movie is amazing but it takes idea, time, research and patience. These guys have done it. They have real jobs with real dreams. Watching these first 8 episode was amazing. It has the feel of a big budget Hollywood action film but with almost no money to do it! Now that is Amazing. The 100 foot robot in episode 8 proves this point it was well done… it rocks.You can find them on the web at Forwarned Films on YouTube and Google. Here is a link to there first episode in the Broken Toy. Please watch support and like the shows. ThanksBroken Toy Fist Episode
Now kids, if you’ve ever felt awkward or at a total loss in the world of dating, then you’re going to fully appreciate the wonderfully entertaining web series “Wallflowers”- created by this week’s charmingly disarming featured guest, Kieran Turner. We’re going to bend Kieran’s ear to see what pearls of wisdom he can share with us about creating and producing a successful web series. And this week’s “JUST THE TIP” segment is for all you post-20’s single ladies and gentlemen: “10 Tips for Dating in Your 30’s, 40’s and Beyond”. And to close tonight’s show, this week’s Jukebox 5 song selections are all inspired by our talented featured guest’s colorful career as a writer and director. Rock, dance and groove to songs by The Style Council, Jobriath, Donna Summer, Boy George and Beyonce.
Get ready for the most fun you'll have anywhere during the next hour of your life!
Tonight's Special Guest Star: Matthew Anderson of The Theater People web series! Matthew writes, produces and directed season 1 of this brilliant series on the dramatic, comedic and wacky antics of putting on a local theater program in Minnesota! Everyone who's seen season 1 has LOVED the writing and acting, and now it's time to get a season 2 put together. Matthew tells us what's involved in putting this together and how YOU can become part of this exciting experience!
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Join TJ and Tim as the Sports Nerd Show moves to it's new time and new night! The guys will be talking the seminal Joss Whedon sci-fi series Firefly. They'll have their reactions to the latest week of World Cup action. And they'll be talking about their favorite web series.
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Lori Nelson Accidental-Blogger, reports on hot topics in the “spiritual” and holistic scene.
I became a blogger by accident.
But maybe, I came to realize, it wasn’t really an accident. Maybe it was a part of a series of serendipitous events that catapulted me to the right thing at the right time.
I didn’t have much of a choice when I wrote my first blog on February 9th 2015. I had to write it as a confession so as to alleviate my guilt from telling that lie.
But when I declared to call myself a "blogger," I made a declaration to The Universe. I threw down. It was like I said, “Universe, this is who I am, and this is what I do.”
But of all the things – a blogger? I guess so.
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