Melbourne WebFest: From The Archives
In this podcast episode, we’re looking back at the 2019 keynote presentation with Sergio Sosa, an Argentinian audiovisual artist, music producer and Blockchain enthusiast. Sosa outlines how cryptocurrencies and peer-to-peer distribution work within a blockchain-based platform such a Flixxo, and engages in an in-depth Q&A with audience members.
This week on the podcast we tune in to award-winning Australian director, producer, writer and Melbourne WebFest alumni Enzo Tedeschi. Tedeschi takes us through his 5 ways to kickstart a series and demonstrates the power in creating a strong community behind your creative projects.
Listen to the 2019 keynote speech with the established writer, director and animator, Cristian Ponce, in this episode of Melbourne WebFest: From the Archives.
Ponce discusses his path from a being a film student, to the creation of a production company, to navigating the Argentinian media scene and the 10-year long process of getting his web series “The Kirlian Frequency” off the ground and onto NetFlix.
In this episode of Melbourne WebFest: From the Archives podcast, we listen to John Cabrera’s keynote speech from our 2016 festival. Listen in as he discusses what constitutes successful content, as well as the importance of building a strong community around it.
In this episode of Melbourne WebFest: From The Archives, we listen to Los Angeles-based filmmaker Christopher Leone’s talk on what on the creative process of filmmaking is all about. Through his wit and personal expertise, the 2017 explorative keynote address shares why filmmakers, through the good and the bad times, do what they do and should continue to do so.
In this episode of Melbourne WebFest: From The Archives, we take a listen to the keynote address of the 2018 festival, which was delivered by Julie Kalceff. Julie shares with us the four reasons why she believes the web series format is awesome – whilst drawing parallels with her own personal journey to find her voice and establish her creative drive.