Meet Julie Kalceff, the award-winning writer, director and producer paving the way for diversity on screen | Melbourne WebFest Advisory Board
Bringing her outstanding knowledge of the digital landscape with her, we’re extremely excited to welcome Julie Kalceff to the Melbourne WebFest Advisory Board.
Meet Warwick Holt, the award-winning screenwriter who’s written for many of Australia’s top comedians and presenters | Melbourne WebFest Advisory Board
We’re extremely excited to welcome Warwick Holt, former Melbourne WebFest alumni & juror to the MWF Advisory Board.
Meet Michelle Law, writer and actor with a passion for storytelling | Melbourne WebFest Advisory Board
Multi-talented and passionate about the future of digital content, we’re pleased to welcome Michelle Law to the Melbourne WebFest Advisory Board.
Melbourne WebFest is proud to reveal our new and improved 2020 festival team. We’re making some changes, welcoming back some old faces and saying heartfelt goodbyes.
It’s the long weekend, and we’re all inside practising safe social-distancing. That’s why the team at Melbourne WebFest has put together a short list of our personal favourite web series for your viewing pleasure.
Join Vieux Jeu (CAN), Abracadavers (CAN) & Public Writer (CAN) through their journey through visual storytelling.
This year Melbourne WebFest was lucky to be hit with several themes surrounding the complex lives of women. Ride the wave into the world of dating, complications, struggles, drama, mistakes and comedy with Einfach Maria, How To Know If You’re Dating a Narcissist, Bonnie The Elephant & Dee-Brief.
A legend can be many different things.
Otsoen Lurraldean (In the Land of the Wolves), Indictus: The Land is No Ones, Ao-terror-oa and Terror 404 all highlight the different aspects of a what can make a story into a legend.
Melbourne WebFest is proud to show off web series Pillow Talk, Wind Bell, Sound of Love and Involontario, which bring their series to life and make us have all the feels!
This year, The Housemate (AUS), The Oxford Circus (AUS), Askaran (AUS) and BC Explained (AUS) prove to us that humour can be found in every nook and cranny of our everyday lives.