The selected Australian non-fiction web series Unboxed (AUS), Lessons from a Middle Class Artist (AUS) and Monkey Monkey Shake Shake (AUS) all take a look at the artistic journey and the stories behind the art made.
Melbourne WebFest 2019’s superheroes are animated Official Selection web series Kimchi Warrior and Super Science Friends, Intern Michelle Wang writes.
The Holiest One (AUS), Shangri-LA (USA), The Big Spaghetti (AUS) and Feedback (AUS) are all a blend of heart-warming characters, lost souls and your next-door neighbours.
Females continue to run the world, with Women of The Island (AUS), Resting Pitch Face (AUS) and Single Ladies (AUS) as three Official Spotlight Selections which showcase the magnificent rule of women.
Official Selection series Subject: Dad, The Twist, What Could Go Wrong and Last Breath retell personal and intricate stories, capturing a moment in time through the use of creative storytelling, hard-hitting tales and interesting novelty that will catch your undivided attention.
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.