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4th Annual New Media Film Festival June 11 & 12 - Honoring Stories Worth Telling

By Maria Densley

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New Media Film Festival: 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. 

Irving Berlin's Let's Face The Music and Dance sung by Irina Maleeva



New Media Film Festival intersects the interactivity of new technologies & formats for Media & Cinema which exemplify the power of the cinematic arts to inspire and transform. A festival where we Honor Stories Worth Telling that are created by people of All Ages-All Cultures-All Media.

Event Zero Australia



Each submission is considered for Screening, Distribution & Competition.
Judging by Pixar, Fox, The Caucus and many other Industry Leaders, 
Each of our over 17 categories has a best of winner and there is one grand prize winner. Over 45K in Awards given.

The Last Syllable of Recorded Time Machinima from India



This year 84 New Media Films from 17 Countries including USA, Singapore, Canada, Australia, Ireland, India, South Africa, Switzerland, Brazil, Finland, UK, Mexico, Italy France, Belgium Denmark and Spain round out a spectacular screening program for 4th Annual New Media Film Festival June 11 & 12, 2013 in Los Angeles.

Triad en Storm Ireland



An outstanding array of New Media Films with a staggering amount of Premieres. Check out New Media Film Festival for a full schedule.

 

Georgena Terry Documentary




Premieres for the 4th Annual New Media Film Festival June 11 & 12th Los Angeles include:

 

David Sedaris' The Learning Curve Starring Matthew Gray Gubler of Criminal Minds



DAVID SEDARIS’ THE LEARNING CURVE - Los Angeles Premiere Starring Matthew Gubler 
2012/USA/17:37/Dir. Phil McCarty 
David Sedaris is a new creative writing teacher and tries to teach his students creative writing, failing miserably.

 

Full Metal Jacket Diary App Stanley Kubrick by Matthew Modine



STANLEY KUBRICKS FULL METAL JACKET DIARY APP - World Premiere BY MATTHEW MODINE 
2012/USA/03:47/Matthew Modine and Adam Rackoff 
During the two years Matthew Modine filmed Full Metal Jacket, he kept a detailed account of his entire experience with Stanley Kubrick, including a diary and photographs from behind-the-scenes. Full Metal Jacket Diary. Intended only as a collector’s item, once these books sold out they were never seen again, until now. Working with artist and filmmaker Adam Rackoff, Modine creates an all-new interactive version of the book for the iPad that immerses you into the world of Kubrick and Full Metal Jacket. Besides the journal and photography, film enthusiasts will swim through the project, enjoying audio from Modine, sound effects, original music, and other never-before-seen images and content; really grasping the intensity of Kubrick and what he was all about as an artist.

  

Attack of the 50 Foot Hero



ATTACK OF THE 50 FOOT HERO - Animatoin 
2012/USA/03:00/Dir. Sierra Lewis & Trent Correy 
A young monster is inspired to become a superhero, but discovers there's just one problem with his plan -- and it isn't a little one.

 

Cheers Elephant 3D



PANELISTS: 
Chuck Haifley (moderator) - CEO Big Vision Rentals, A stereoscopic 3D & HD motion picture, TV & live production & equipment company. 
David Uslan - Producer & VP of Business Development Graphicly, Publishers who bring your story to the world 
Kyle Schember - Co-Founder-CEO Subtractive Studio - Clients - Google, Billboard, Space Frontier Foundation, Xbox 360 
Doug Leighton - Panasonic 3D Recipient of 2 Technical Emmys 
Allison Dollar - CEO ITV Alliance- TV Academy’s IMPG Executive Committee. 
Logan Mulvey (moderator) - CEO Award Winning GoDigital Distribution 
Russell Burke - CFO Magic Leap Inc. 
Lon Strickland - Entertainment Programming Manager for Machinima, Inc. 
David C. Fein - Technologist/Producer (Star Trek: The Motion Picture-The Director's Edition, The ALIEN Legacy)

 

INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBIT

From left to right: Phylicia Rashad, Adrian Lester, Sanaa Lathan, James Earl Jones Jeff Fasano Photography part of International Art Exhibit



Artist Brent Armstrong has worked in the firm industry as a makeup FX artist, sculptor, painter, and mold maker and SAG puppeteer for over 35 years and now owns and operates his own sculpture studio, catering to the film industry as well as several galleries in Los Angeles and New York. Brent is prepping for Monsterpalooza (See above pic) in April of Paul Blaisdell, makeup/costumer/ fabricator in the 50's, worked on many low to no budget horror movies for AIP, where Roger Corman also got his start. Brent has exhibited Bela Lugosi Mummy Sculpture and Vincent Prince's House of Wax Sculpture to New Media Film Festival in previous years. We are delighted to have this amazing artist back with us again.

Xaque Gruber is a fine artist from Boston. He holds a BFA in Drawing from Pratt Institute, and has shown his work in galleries from Maine to the British Virgin Islands. He has been nominated for Massachusetts Art Teacher of the Year. A published author/illustrator, he works in Los Angeles as a writer for film, television, and online media including The Huffington Post.

Jeff Fasano is a well-respected photographer and author living in Los Angeles California. He has photographed Broadway theater, and a wide range of musicians, and Hollywood stars that include the Avette Brothers, Terrence Howard, Wilco, James Earl Jones, Conor Oberst, Phylicia Rashad, Blair Underwood, Quincy Jones, and Leighton Meester. His work is unique and expresses his passion and what he loves most. Jeff found his calling to move beyond the lens and published his first book in 2010, Journey of he Awakened Heart. At this time, he began to make the profound connection between his unique gift of capturing the essence of the person in his photography images with his desire to reveal the elegance and authenticity of their heart and soul.

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Published on May 22, 2013

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