Open Channel's free monthly lunchtime seminar FRAMED is back for another exciting year!
We are happy to announce that for our first session we will be joined by two talented young Film/TV makers who have achieved great success and are continuously producing content for online distribution.
Framed: Making Film and TV for the Internet with Nicholas Carlton (OzGirl) & Lucas Crandles (Black Button)
Thursday February 4, 12.30 - 2.00pm
Open Channel Theatrette
Shed 4, North Wharf Road - Docklands
Admission - Free and includes light refreshments
Come along to meet Nicholas Carlton (online web series Oz Girl) and Lucas Crandles (short film Black Button and animated series Wentworth & Buxbury) who have made the internet the principal outlet for their material with stunning results. OzGirl was launched in Feb, 2009 using a social web model for distribution and generated 23 web-based episodes (or webisodes) drawing an audience of 20,000 per episode. Crandles is part of the creative team behind Dark Heart Productions, whose 7-minute short Black Button has generated 1.5 million hits on YouTube and garnered a YouTube Partnership - which allows Dark Heart to receive income from views of their content.
The filmmaking future is online. The online future is now. Be a part of it!