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Awesome news for friends of DHCS, the Lizzie Bennet Diaries!
Friend of DHCS, Felicia Day, is expanding geekandsundry beyond YouTube with its sci-fi series, “Caper” on Hulu.
Caper will run for nine total episodes, with the first two arriving on Hulu, Hulu Plus, and the Geek & Sundry YouTube channel on February 12th.
Congrats to Felicia and the entire Geek & Sundry team!
Check out Digital Hollywood Content Summit speaker, Josh Bednarsky’s latest series, Crowned, where “Being a Princess is No Fairytale.”
Here’s a brief synopsis:
In the MAGICAL WORLD of PARTY PRINCESSES, there lived a young fair maiden named Macey. She is a damsel in distress (“getting evicted from her apartment”) and needs a job fast! Her best friend, Vianka, already a gainfully employed Party Princess, helps her get a job with her Princess company, Crowned Entertainment. Together, the Princesses are dispatched to parties to bring beauty, mirth, and magic, to the birthday children of the world.
Check out their IndieGogo page to learn more and donate if you can.
Congrats Josh! We can’t wait.
Tuesday & Wednesday June 11 & 12 2013 Los Angeles
The New Media Film Festival intersects the interactivity of new technologies & formats for Media & Cinema which exemplify the power of the cinematic arts to inspire and transform. A festival where we Honor Stories Worth Telling that are created by people of All Ages-All Cultures-All Media.
Content Includes: Lou Ferrigno, Ray Liotta, Martin Scorcese, Jon Cryer Joss Whedon, Eric Roberts, Matthew Gubler, and Dan Southworth.
The Two Day Conference will be held at The Landmark (10850 W. Pico Blvd. LA CA)
Tickets can be found here.
Check back in at the New Media Film Festival for panels, events, updates, and news.
Follow them on Twitter: @NewMediaFF
“This year’s event, which took place in early March at Midtown Manhattan’s McGraw-Hill Building, reinforced the view that dramatic changes in the media landscape can be weathered. Many new developments, in fact, like the jaw-dropping success of Netflix’s unprecedented David Fincher/Kevin Spacey “House of Cards” original Web marathon and the increasing capabilities of mobile devices, are downright thrilling.”