July 28th, 2012
Well, Wednesday was stressful. In a major push to try to overtake the leader in the REEL 13 competition on Wednesday morning (who was ahead by 250 votes), we pulled out all the stops and got the help of the SCAD Twitter account and many, many avid Base14 supporters on Facebook. While we did an amazing job of catching up to them, and finished with a whopping 751 votes by the end of the day.
Well, sad to say despite our best efforts we still came in second with only 3 votes behind. Three votes!!! Despite the bummer fact that we won’t be featured on Public Television and got no prize money, the event still brought a great deal more exposure to “The Girl and the Fox” and proved how supportive our fan base can be. Thanks to everyone that supported us, it was a fun ride and we look forward to many crazy contests to come!
July 22nd, 2012
Hey everyone! The polls are now open for the REEL 13 contest at WNET 13 in New York! If “The Girl and the Fox” can accrue the most votes by the end of this week, we’ll be broadcast on Saturday night! Help us won’t you? It only takes a literal three seconds of your time. Go vote right now!
July 19th, 2012
“The Girl and the Fox” could be heading to television! With your help, of course. The PBS Station WNET 13 in New York hosts a short film block called REEL 13 on their website, where three new short films are featured each week. If “Girl and the Fox” can get the most votes between Sat. July 21st and Wed. July 25th, we’ll be broadcast on the most-watched public television station in the nation!
We’ll post to Twitter and Facebook when the polls open, sure be sure you’re following us! Let’s bring TGTF to the airwaves!
July 11th, 2012
So I completely forgot to mention this in the midst of the online launch of “The Girl and the Fox”, but we also have uploaded the first public teaser for our next film “Rain Dance”! If you didn’t see the previous post, the film is a comedy about a shaman who must confront a mischievous baby with mystical powers. I promise you, it’s a real hoot. We’re still working through post-production, which includes some great musical scoring by professional composer Kyle Newmaster, but the film should be completely done by this Fall, just in time for a 2013 festival run.