Tips for Youtube, Vimeo and Webseries Creators
Iman Crosson’s Movie ALONG THE ROADSIDE Now Available!
Along the Roadside is an Award-Wining road movie about two young people from different parts of the world, their vastly different clashing cultures and their journey of self-discovery during the drive to the largest music festival in California.
Connect with ZORAN LISINAC – Writer/Director of ALONG THE ROADSIDE
‘Making A Feature Film That Stars YouTubers’ by Zoran Lisinac of
ALONG THE ROADSIDE
How We Got Sponsors For Our YouTube Channel & Our Advice To Fellow Youtubers by cv77gaming
Jason Horton, the World’s Only White Male Comedian, tells us he just recently surpassed 300 Million video views on YouTube, that he won YouTube’s “Next Comic” and that he may or may not be wearing clothes in the upcoming feature film “Smiley” which also stars YouTube notables Shane Dawson and Toby Turner. He tells us about becoming so successful on YouTube that he was able to leave his desk job. He ends by stating that he has always made time for social media because he believes it is important.
Paul ‘Yosemite Bear’ Vasquez (The Double Rainbow Guy) does not profess to be like other YouTubers. He tells us that he began making videos in the 1980’s. He began uploading videos to YouTube as a way to back up the many videos he has compiled. He likes watching YouTube videos by his friends like Sam Macaroni. Bear says his life has not changed since his Double Rainbow video went viral, that he still works his farm in addition to doing interviews and attending panels from time to time.
Paul ‘Yosemite Bear’ Vasquez (The Double Rainbow Guy) didn’t begin his YouTube channel to become famous. He records himself for his descendants. In this video he defines a meme, and what he envisions happening with the meme in 2013 and beyond.
Paul ‘Yosemite Bear’ Vasquez (The Double Rainbow Guy) believes if you make content that is really powerful it will find it’s way to the masses. Yes marketing and promotion are important, but not as important as the content itself.
Paul ‘Yosemite Bear’ Vasquez (The Double Rainbow Guy) tells us there is nothing like eating food right off the farm. He shares his some of his specialties and his favorite recipes (or lack of recipes).
Watch Episode #1 of the new Film Courage Docu-Series ‘Can I Go Viral?’ starring entertainer David Waugh
New FilmCourage.com Webseries ‘Can I Go Viral?’ follows the life of young entertainer David Waugh on his journey to create a viral Youtube video as a way to further his career in Los Angeles. NYC raised Waugh takes us through his ‘9 a.m. to 9 p.m.’ hustle, where he works an office job by day, taking time to audition and perform stand-up comedy during off hours. Waugh hopes to create a viral Youtube video in order to transition from his ‘double life’ as a worker/entertainer to full time creative endeavors. Follow Waugh in his hilarious escapades and stories of juggling two worlds in ‘Can I Go Viral?’
CAN I GO VIRAL? Copyright 2013 FilmCourage.com –
All Rights Reserved
‘Plan To Make A Viral Video And You Will Fail’ by Nicolas Alcala
of The Cosmonaut
Here is Part 1 of our Film Courage / HollyShorts Panel – YouTube Domination: How YouTubers Are Taking Over The Film World featuring Issa Rae (Awkward Black Girl), America Young (Comediva), Ryan Reyes (PimplyWimp), and Stephen Dypiangco & Patrick Epino (National Film Society). We hope you can benefit from this video capture, we tried to grab what we could while also moderating the panel. There was only one microphone so there are places where audio may be hard to understand.
Here is Part 3 of our Film Courage / HollyShorts Panel – YouTube Domination: How YouTubers Are Taking Over The Film World featuring Issa Rae (Awkward Black Girl), America Young (Comediva), Ryan Reyes (PimplyWimp), and Stephen Dypiangco & Patrick Epino (National Film Society). We hope you can benefit from this video capture, we tried to grab what we could while also moderating the panel. There was only one microphone so there are places where audio may be hard to understand.
Watch Out Film World, YouTube Disruption In Progress:
This video is inspired by Brian Newman’s article “The Most Disruptive Innovation in Filmmaking Today: DIY Audience Building”
While attending VidCon 2012 we interviewed a small collection of YouTubers to hear their perspectives on how mainstream media outlets, and their colleagues in the film world view their efforts and work on YouTube.
YouTube Do’s and Don’ts:
While attending VidCon 2012 we interviewed a small collection of YouTubers to hear their perspectives on the Do’s and Don’ts of growing a successful YouTube channel.
Peter Rallis at VidCon 2010 w/ Film Courage
JumokeTV at VidCon2010 w/ Film Courage
PimplyWimp (Ryan Reyes) at VidCon 2010 w/ Film Courage
Youtuber David Spates – Film Courage: Outside Studio
CHECK OUT THE BOOK – CLEARANCE & COPYRIGHT, 4th Edition: Everything You Need to Know for Film and Television
Kevin Allocca is YouTube’s trends manager, and he has deep thoughts about silly web video. In this talk from TEDYouth, he shares the 4 reasons a video goes viral. (Video from TEDTALKSdirector Youtube channel). Follow Kein on Twitter.
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Articles and podcast episodes:
The Double Rainbow Guy – Online Content Creator – by Bear Vasquez a.k.a. The Double Rainbow Guy
Ten Reasons to Put Your Movie Up on Youtube for Free – by Steve Moramarco
Watch Out Film World, Youtube Disruption in Progress – by Film Courage
Every Short Film is Too Long – by America Young