The Art Gush Method of Digital Filmmaking is alive and well. It looks like Lights Camera Read has hit another home run with this one.
Art Gush will have a presence at this year’s Platinum Pias Community Awards Show for Artists as will the mystery-thriller “Thrillumentary.” “Thrillumentary” is the feature film in development that is the learning tool which Art Gush uses to demonstrate steps to be taken to succeed as a filmmaker.
Art Gush is a new way to make motion pictures. It allows anyone with some knowledge of filmmaking or the arts (and who is good on a computer) to more easily produce full length film.
The new “Thrillumentary” info video has been removed because it is now going to make its world premiere at the Platinum Pias Community Awards Show for Artists on March 20th, 2017 at DCTV in New York City.
But if you still want to hear music by the “Thrillumentary” International Band you might want to check out the new Lights Camera Read donations video. All the music in the video was created by the “Thrillumentary” International Band.
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In a recent article by filmmaker, educator and artist advocate Yianni Stamas, he unveiled the first known picture of the Thrillumentary International Band.
He also disclosed that the group would be one of the nominees in the upcoming Platinum Pias Community Awards Show for Artists, in March, 2017.
The Thrillumentary International Band has been building a buzz because they, as an entity, have never all been in a room at the same time. This is because they collaborate remotely by the internet from all over the globe including Berlin, Bulgaria, England, Ireland, Oregon and New York City. They are making a difference in the international community because they symbolize a united world.
We asked Filmmaker, Educator and Artist Advocate Yianni Stamas how he plans to distribute the film “Thrillumentary” that he is working on.
This is his response:
If you are making a film with our Art Gush Method of Digital Filmmaking as seen on the Art Gush website, chances are you have the intention to distribute your movie to an audience.
But what is the new distribution path for a film like “Thrillumentary?” Answer: digital film distribution on VOD (Video On Demand). Entities include iTunes, Hulu, Amazon, VuDu, Netflix, Cable VOD and so forth.
It’s easy to get on several of these platforms with a film like “Thrillumentary,” which is a good thing. Why? Because with some of them, every time a person views your film – you get paid. The downside though, is getting viewers there in the first place, ready to buy.
It’s been said that a consumer needs to see up to 12 “impressions” about your movie before they are going to watch a film like “Thrillumentary.” Big Hollywood companies accomplish this goal with extremely large marketing budgets that used to be called P&A (Prints and Advertising).
But how does the small independent filmmaker do it? How does she or he get folks to want to rent online her or his flick?
The answer is digital marketing, which may include, but does not rely on solely, social media. To build visibility for your picture you need to have it all over Google and other search engines. This can be accomplished in part by submitting your film for reviews, networking with blogs/vlogs and doing as much online press as possible.
Thanks Yianni Stamas for your insights!
Yianni Stamas Helms “Thrillumentary”
Project of Creativity and Craft
Platinum Pias founder Yianni Stamas is working on a unique project called “Thrillumentary.” It has a theater/web/film process involving craft and creativity – and it’s process is up front and center. For members of the new (since August, 2016) Art Gush website, the exact techniques of making “Thrillumentary” are revealed at the rate of three steps a day.
What makes this particular approach to filmmaking different from others, is that the process is broken down into phases including it being a performance art piece, then a web series and finally a feature film. This project is also relevant to the Platinum Pias because it is involving many artists who are making a difference in their communities. And likely some of these artists will be nominated for Pias during the March, 2018 awards ceremony.
Meanwhile, the Platinum Pias are scheduled for March, 2017, location, date and nominees to be announced soon!