Over the weekend, Multiplex 10 made its debut on the film festival circuit at TWO festivals: the Door County Short Film Festival and GeekFest Film Fest’s first convention of the year, at Long Beach Comics Expo.
But not only did it screen at those festivals — it won some honors at each of them, as well, being named a finalist at the Door County Short Film festival and voted Best Web Series by LBCE’s attendees! Thank you, Sister Bay and Long Beach!
I mentioned on Monday that Multiplex 10 was selected for the Mindfield Film Festival’s February 2018 Bi-Monthly Competition on Monday, but I woke up today to learn that Multiplex 10 has won a Diamond Award for Best Animation Short for the Bi-Monthly Competition! Read the full list of winners here: http://abq.mindfieldfilmfest.com/winners.html
Multiplex 10 is now an AWARD-WINNING animated short!
At long last, Multiplex 10: the animated short is finally available for rent or purchase the animated short on Vimeo On Demand!
AND the first web series episode is now on YouTube (and Vimeo and Facebook).
AND the animated short has been officially selected by the Mindfield Film Festival!
AND The Daily Fandom gives Multiplex 10 a ★★★★★ review! — “It was an enjoyment to be related to every single character in their own way. This series is going to change the game of animated series, in a good way.… Multiplex 10 is a must watch for any film buff, animated buff, or anyone who genuinely loves good producing and directing.”
AND I chatted with the No Coast Cinema podcast about the animated short, the dearly missed comic strip, and more!
In one week, not only will the Multiplex 10 animated short finally be released to THE ENTIRE WORLD on Vimeo On Demand! It will be $1.99 to rent or $4.99 to buy in the US — and I forget how much in other countries.
But that’s not all! Multiplex 10 the web series will also launch on the 29th, as well. Get notified when it’s available by subscribing to the Multiplex 10 YouTube channel or following Multiplex 10 Cinemas on Vimeo. (Yup, it’s free.)
The first, minute-long webisode is called “The Oscar Pool” and was written by Tom Brazelton of Theater Hopper and Triple Feature fame, so I can fairly say I think it’s very funny. Here’s a glimpse:
Yep. Looks like Jason and Kurt are talking about movies! 😀 SHOCKING.
Next week’s gonna be awesome, you guys. Awesome.