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Freemium Content: Red Vs Blue Case Study

Freemium Content: Red Vs Blue Case Study

Red Vs Blue is another example of entertainment using the freemium or “T-shirt economy” model. Red Vs Blue is a short comedy machinima series that began in 2003. The pilot episode attracted 20,000 views within the first day, and Rooster Teeth quickly realised ways to monetise the series through sales of T-shirts and other merchandise. [...]

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Progress…

Well, Don’t Panic! is looking pretty good. The edit is finished, and now we’ve got two weeks to complete sound design, grading and hand it all over to Metro Screen. There are a few things that I’d do differently, but don’t have the time to go into it at the moment. I’ve set up a [...]

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Don’t Panic! It’s a wrap

Finished filming on Sunday, and now we’re in the edit suite. Few hiccups in the process, could have a whinge, but am too damn busy! Here’s a link to details of the short film http://audience.withoutabox.com/films/dont_panic D day is friday, when I get to see the rough cut and discover whether I’ve completely fucked it up. [...]

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Don’t Panic! I’m making a short film

Don’t Panic! – the short script that won the PGLA short script comp – has been selected for production support through Raw Nerve. This means that instead of having to worry about some other director screwing up my masterpiece… I can screw it up myself Steep learning curve as I become involved in the production [...]

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“Trapped” on TV

A short film written by me, Trapped, is due to screen this Saturday at 11.20pm on SBS’s short-film programme SOS. Hope you can catch it (and enjoy it). Alternatively, the script can be read here

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