Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, explores the many facets of near-future, psychological thriller Tyranny, a mind-blowing web series created by John Beck Hofmann and shot in various exotic locations around the world. It’s glossy, studio-quality fare on a micro budget with a crew that has recently expanded to all of two with the addition of DP Garrett Baquet. Oh, and did we mention there’s a Bond Girl in the series? That’s right. There’s a Bond Girl in the series.
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, catches up with bi-coastal, always on-the-go, actor/director/executive producer Al Thompson to discuss two of his recent web series: Johnny B. Homeless, a comedy about a professional couch surfer, and Lenox Avenue, a sexy, slick drama set in new Harlem. There’s a lot of talent in the budding empire that is Al Thompson – check it out so that you can say you knew him when…For a behind the scenes look at this episode: http://bit.ly/bA2jVL
The Buzz about the Web Series Biz with Kristyn Burtt. This special tech episode features an in-depth look at 3D and 360-degrees for web series. Tom Konkle, Dave Beeler and Brittney Powell of Safety Geeks: SVI, which already received a nomination for its VFX at this year’s Streamy Awards, join us right before Comic-Con where they’ll be demonstrating their new 3D online capabilities via their distribution partner, DDD (Yabazam.com). Part 2 features SocialAnimal.tv’s CEO Tyler Malin and COO Matthew Forrest talking about their incredible 360-degree HD camera. Along with being on the red carpet at the 2010 Streamy Awards, it’s already been put to use for a new web series coming out from the creative forces at Psychic Bunny and their original production arm, Lead Balloon.For a behind the scenes look and exclusive footage from the episode: http://bit.ly/coAld5
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, braves the Vampire Mob red carpet premiere featuring show creator Joe Wilson, cast members John Colella, Reamy Hall, Elizabeth Beckwith, Cris D’Annunzio, and assistant director John Vargas. When you’re dealing with this family, you need to watch your back—and your neck.For behind the scenes footage, photos, and scoop: http://bit.ly/9ZzDHG
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, volunteers for a singular mission: to interview as many of the cast and crew as possible of Jonathan Nail’s upcoming sci-fi comedy web series, SOLO, at their red carpet premiere. Mission accomplished!For a behind the scenes look at this episode: http://bit.ly/a9vBU2
The Buzz about the Web Series Biz with Kristyn Burtt. Things are busy over on the Warner Brothers studio lot with their summer web series line-up premiering this week on TheWB.com. Executive Producer Jace Hall teams up with artist Alex Pardee on the uber-imaginative, animated show Chadam. Meanwhile, Texan Blake Calhoun, creator of famed, award-winning web series, “Pink,” delivers “Exposed,” a twisting and turning thriller featuring Chase Ryan Jeffery and Kimberly Matula.For a Behind the Scenes look at this episode: http://bit.ly/9XhXrN
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, takes over a patch of red carpet real estate to snag interviews with the cast and crew of Squatters at their web series premiere. Squatters is an original new comedy web series from DailyMotion.For a Behind the Scenes look at this episode: http://bit.ly/cG9GuI
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, hangs out on the backyard patio with Zack Finfrock, the multi-talented host of the popular web series, Backyard FX. The show, created by Erik Beck, founder of Indy Mogul, helps budget filmmakers create special effects on the cheap. It’s an interview that has a lot of effects going on…of some kind or another…For a behind the scenes look at this episode: http://bit.ly/aY8G9r
The Buzz about the Web Series Biz with Kristyn Burtt. This episode starts with a chat on a haunted couch with the cast and co-directors/writers/producers of Bumps in the Night: Greg Benevent, John Reha, Emmett Furey. We then jump from ghosts to zombies with a set visit to Gold’s miniseries: Night of the Zombie King with writer/director/producer David Nett and cast members James Lane and Stephanie Thorpe. Incredibly, we’re also there on the very day of Gold’s Season One DVD release. Coincidence?
The Buzz about the Web Series Biz with Kristyn Burtt. This episode features A.J. Buckley and Travis Wester of Ghostfacers, a series that recently launched on the CW and will relaunch June 7 on TheWB.com. In Part II, Kristyn attends Digital Hollywood’s Entertainment and Technology Summit where she gets the scoop on panelist Kevin Pollak’s new show Vamped Out, produced with the support of Amber J. Lawson of Babelgum.com. She then talks with panelist Chris McCaleb of the Big Fantastic who is not only working on new shows, but is also promoting net neutrality. Lastly, Roland Hamilton, VP of Sales for DailyMotion.com, chimed in about the future of the web.
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, visits with the creator and director of Urban Wolf, Laurent Touil-Tartour, but she quickly finds out we are not alone. Find out who is watching you!For a behind the scenes look at this episode (Photos, scoop, and more!): http://bit.ly/bDDcvI
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, flexes her movie prowess with the team from Stupid for Movies, a recently launched LIVE weekly movie review show created by Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show producer/director, Mike Rotman, and featuring the talents of Los Angeles Film Critics Association members, Mark Keizer and Wade Major. Check out the behind the scenes photos and scoop: http://bit.ly/arMZ2t
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, interviews nominees and several soon-to-be-announced winners on the Red Carpet of the 2010 Streamy Awards held April 11 at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles.For a behind the scenes look at the red carpet: http://bit.ly/bTEmBf
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, gives a NY shout out to the nominees and winners of the craft categories for the 2010 Streamy Awards held Wednesday night, April 7, at the Barnsdall Gallery Theater and hosted by Jim Festante.
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, finds talented multi-hyphenate web-phenom Taryn Southern in a rare moment at home, kickin' it with her roommate, Bart.For a Behind the Scenes look at this episode: http://bit.ly/cjVrnV
The Buzz about the Web Series Biz with Kristyn Burtt. This episode features an on-set visit to a new comedy called “Fake It Till You Make It,” created by and starring veteran actor Jaleel White of “Road to the Altar” fame. White has teamed up with award-winning web series director/producer Todd Pellegrino from P3 Entertainment in New York City. In Part II, composer and twitter aficionado Rob Gokee talks about his creative immersion into the web world, and his new book, “In the Belly of the Fail Whale.
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, engages in some inspiring talk with award-winning CHICK series creator, writer/director Kai Soremekun and her producer/production Designer Kimberly N. Huie. Come to find out, there’s a little superhero in all of us…
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, sets out on a Red Carpet adventure to talk with the cast members of the Escapist Magazine contest-winning web series, A Good Knight’s Quest, at their Hollywood premiere: producer Paula Rhodes, director Brett Register, Craig Frank, Cathy Baron, Charlie Bodin and Ben Cain, along with many other web series notables. Beware of swordplay, Ms. Burtt…
The Buzz about the Web Series Biz with Kristyn Burtt. This episode features an on-set visit with Olga Kay’s Circus, an interactive short film written and directed by Andrea Ball and featuring acting luminary, David Lawrence. Part II of the Buzz takes place on the red carpet at the premiere launch of the new web series, The Resolve, by Russ Cootey.
Web Files’ host, Kristyn Burtt, enters the wacky world of Woody Tondorf’s brainchild, YouTube sensation Elevator Show, with cohorts Ben Pace and Genevieve Jones. It doesn’t take long for her to realize that going for a ride with three talented improv comedians is going to keep her on her toes.