DIGITAL MEDIA FESTIVAL

 

IN SILICON VALLEY FALL OF 2014...DATE TBA

SIDE BY SIDE

A Documentary by Keanu Reeves, with him talking

to some famous directors about film vs digital

 

 STEVE JOBS: THE LOST INTERVIEWS

"A remarkable rediscovery-a candid look at the tech

world's most successful leader."  Hugh Hart "Wired"

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EARTH DAY

Virtual Online in April

 

 

PRESS EVENT

 

 

 

This Festival is dedicated

to helping runaway and

homeless kids in the

silicon Valley

 

         

 

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Cass Warner

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Digital Stars

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Chris Felver

Fred Turner

Max Gail

Digital Media Virtual Festival

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StartUp Saturday

StartUp

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Digital Media Festival and Expo

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Internet TV, VOD, multimedia, digital media & mobile is no doubt the future

of  the entertainment business.  With the next year seeing the release and further development of Internet Television, and the huge paradigm shift

taking place in the film and television business, a new evolution of "film" festivals is now evolving with our Digital Media Festival Tour. 

The Brothers Warner

with Cass Warner Harry Warner's granddaughter

 

Julian Phillips discusses the

adaptation of novel to screenplay

Fred Turner Stanford professor talks about the story line of his

book on Silicon Valley Counterculture To Cyberculture

Len Dell'Amico during Q&A after

screening of Welcome to Dopeland

 

Gini Graham with Max Gail listening to her discussion

on authors creating youtube trailers to promote books online

Julian Phillips discusses the adaptation of a novel to a screenplay with the

group who are in a large circle panel style called LAP developed by Max Gail

 

Len Dell'Amico, Nicholas Meriwether, Eric Christensen, Fred Turner

Historic panel discuss the history of the connect between the sixties counter culture,

the Grateful Dead and the birth of the cyberculture and the invent of the PC

Audience and camera man Richard Bastian hear presentation of Stanford Professor Fred Turner

give the keynote and a power point presentaion on

his book COUNTERCULTURE TO CYBERCULTURE

 

Patrice and Bill live on our big movie screen at the Festival screening location where we did the Q&A after screening Patrice's short film that was shown

to the audience in Silicon Valley, California USA

 

LIVE VIA SKYPE FROM

BORDEAUX, FRANCE

TO SILICON VALLEY

Filmmaker and International Film Festival Expert

Patric Poujol and Bill Mandigo are Skyped into

the Festival from Bordeaux France to do the

Q&A and talk about the upcoming link with

the Digital Media Festival and Bordeaux

Patice in France with speaker Julian

Phillips a question live from Bordeaux

France...they are on the computer and

on the big screen behind Julian...

 

Fred Turner, Eric Christensen, Len

Dell'Amico and Nicholas Meriwether

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Eric Christensen

 

Jerry: The Movie

 

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why a digital media

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Films & New Media

Panels & Keynotes

Festival Theme

Digital Media Tour

Digital Swag Shop

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Help the Kids

Tech Blog

Digital News

Festival Team

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Silicon Valley History

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In one day the other day...

Enough data to fill 168 million DVDs is created

4 billion views on Youtube

294 million emails sent

172 million people visit Facebook

40 million Twitter, 22 m LinkdIn, 20 m Google, 17m Printerest

4.7 billion minutes on Facebook, 532 million updates

250 million photos uploaded to Facebook

864,000 hours of videos uploaded to Youtube

18.7 million hours of Pandora music streamed

iPhone sales outpace births of children

Google indexes over 20 billion web pages

Google processes over 3 billion search queries

 

 

"It's kind of fun to do the impossible."

- Walt Disney