This year at Melbourne WebFest, three series chose to deal with important matters such as multi-culturalism, racism and discrimination. Wrong Kind of Black (AUS), FRESH! (AUS) and Dreaming Whilst Black (GBR) all found a way to denounce the flaws of our society, while putting a smile on our face.
Intern Clodie Veyrac spoke with the creators of SCRiBBLES, Boldiouk & Bradock and Gut Feeling, three web series defying the limits between imagination and reality.
This year’s selected series Hungry Bytes (CHE), Lucy & DiC (AUS) and That Startup Show (AUS) address how technology is advancing and how it can affect our future in multiple ways.
Web series Cloudy River (AUS), Ding Dong I’m Gay (AUS), Sui Generis (NZ) and Weaving Rainbows (Pasifika, NZ) delve into the lives of a variety of LGBTQIA+ characters on emotional and unique adventures.
Preferred Media tell us what they, as archive nerds, have in common with web series creators.
Official Selection Alibi (NZ), A Dog Act (AUS) and Blackout (CAN), as well as Student Selection Avenoir (AUS), each tell a tale of their own enigma.
The supernatural genre has always been unique, however Official Selection series Welcome to Daisyland and Over and Out take the genre in fresh new directions through the web format.
Dealing with grief is one of life’s greatest challenges. Giovani Scialla spoke with the creators three web series that explored the theme of loss in the own ways, Adulthood, Georges is Dead and Jessica’s Tree.
Grab your slice of Australiana with web series The Drop Off, Glennridge Secondary College, Stepmates & Gocsy’s Classics.
We spoke with the creators of Hanshi Charlie (CHE), Bastards (DEU) and Stories of Bike (AUS), who helped remind us that life is about doing what you love.