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New Media Film Festival in San Francisco is scheduled for Nov. 5 in San Francisco! We have BIG thanks to Susan Johnston, her screening assistants and sponsors of The New Media Film Festival for scheduling comedy “Three-Fifty” for Saturday, November 5 in San Francisco.
With over 45 international film festivals and three years on television in Europe and it’s first year on television in Asia, we’re thrilled that “Three-Fifty” will be screening in San Francisco
New Media Film Festival brings the Best in New Media- “What’s New, What’s Next…” Honoring Stories Worth Telling in all media that are innovative, imaginative and inspirational. Stories that can make you laugh, cry, think & go beyond the ordinary.
New Media Film Festival intersects the interactivity of new technologies & formats for Media & Cinema with global consciousness. A festival where we Honor Stories Worth Telling that are created by people of All Ages-All Cultures-All Media.
Culture Rehab called it “Sundance for the Facebook Crowd.”
“Three-Fifty” producers, Power Hungry Productions, works in new media on a daily basis building social media presence and new media style videos for their small and medium sized business clients. We are thrilled that New Media Film Festival can see the enduring entertainment value of short comedy “Three-Fifty”.
Visit “Three-Fifty” Facebook Fan Page and LIKE us (really like us). On the Facebook Fan Page you can read more about this little film that has made it’s way around the world and read comments and notes from our awesome fans.
Reps for the “screamingly funny” short comedy “Three-Fifty” will be working hard at MIPCOM 2009 in Cannes next week. “Three-Fifty” should be available digitally for ALL very soon.
Award-winning short comedy “Three-Fifty” is distributed by Network Ireland TV.
For more information on licensing “Three-Fifty” please contact
Network Ireland TV http://www.network-irl-tv.com/
Many of you know that our short comedy “Three-Fifty” was originally conceived as a solar powered project. The idealism at the time was to create a 100% solar film production – ha – an impossible feat in 2006 – especially for a 35mm night shoot. Mission Adjustment: as “sustainable” as possible. We conducted over 8 hours of rehearsal in a solar powered building and on our set used a solar powered marine battery (in a Woody Wagon no less) to recharge batteries, cell phones and the night shoot’s very important coffee urn. Add to this that “Three-Fifty” was originally developed and enjoyed a 6 week run live on stage in a 100% solar powered performing arts complex, and we most likely have the greenest short in town. The technical part of our solar system, the solar panel, transformer and the Woody Wagon were donated to us by ABC Solar. Thanks, ABC!
We applied for our Environmental Media Associaton’s GREEN SEAL and just received our official notice. No matter the size or budget of your production or special event “going green” most likely won’t cost you any money, just a little extra thought and planning on the front end. It costs you nothing to recycle. Deep inside everyone really wants it. So do it! You’ll be thrilled with the results.
So, a big green “THANK YOU” to our producers, writer/director and cast & crew who participated in our recycling on the set and a big “THANK YOU” to our crew members who braved the big solar powered battery in the Woody Wagon to re-charge their batteries, cell phones, etc. We appreciate your courage to step up and be first! We also need to thank our great supporter of the solar perspective, a man who created one of the first 100% solar powered films, filmmaker Jack Bibbo.
Read more about EMA’s GREEN SEAL here: http://www.ema-online.org/green-seal
As y’all may have read, short film THREE-FIFTY was conceived originally as a solar powered project. Great expectations of 50 – 90% solar powered were shattered when it became a night shoot — but the film must go on.
Check this out — Ben Patterson, The Gadget Hound has found a Solar Powered mp3 player http://tech.yahoo.com/blogs/patterson/11392 Very, very, very cool.