This is the story of how young Aussies defied calls to stay in school and organised one of the largest youth-led movements Australia has ever seen, told by twelve diverse students who vlogged the whole thing.
Director, producer and writer Rob Innes spoke to Melbourne WebFest about the story behind the 150, 000 strong student strike in March 2019, Youth on Strike! (AUS).
Sex & Death (AUS) writer-director and actor Kathleen Lee spoke to Melbourne Webfest to share with us how her experiences were key to the web series, which provides an engagingly honest perspective on relationships.
When newly retired ex-cop Tracey Kimmel discovers the body of a teenage boy on her morning run, her razor-sharp instincts tell her this was no accident.
Producer Chelsea Thistlewaite and Director Alex Cullivan spoke to Melbourne WebFest about a new breed of crime show, Without a Tracey (AUS).
Robbie Hood (AUS) writer-director Dylan River spoke to Melbourne Webfest to share how Robbie Hood and his merry crew came to life in a unique Australian landscape.
Phi and Me (AUS) co-creator, executive producer and actor Diana Nguyen spoke to Melbourne Webfest, explaining what played a catalyst to inspire the creation of the web series, how social media was integral to its promotion and how viewers around the world have reacted.
Animated comedy web series Dead End (ISR) is filled with twists and turns. Melbourne WebFest spoke with the mastermind creator, director and screenwriter behind it all, Nir Berger.
Australian comedy company Cameralla put Matthew, Mark, Luka and John to the test to pitch each other ideas for how to write the difficult sequel to The Old Testament – in their new series, Bible Writers Room (AUS).
After Forever (S2) (USA) explores the journey of ones love, loss and picking up and moving on. Following the lives of Brian and Jason, a 50-ish New York gay couple, co-creators Kevin Spirtas and Michael Slade used the web series format to tell important stories with meaning.
The Florists (CAN) producer Patrick Bilodeau spoke to Melbourne Webfest and shared with us the process of putting together a web series which hilariously highlights how an effort to understand a person’s lifestyle, traditions and personality can help bring people together.
Now into its third season, a chaotic parade of events isn’t the only thing stopping a Noël family mystery. Adulthood (CAN) creator, screenwriter and actor Guillaume Lambert spoke to Melbourne WebFest behind the scenes.