The 2010 Streamy Award for Best Writing for a Comedy Series went to David Wain for Wainy Days, distributed by digital comedy network My Damn Channel. Wain is perhaps best known for his work on sketch comedy series The State and Stella, and penning the feature film Role Models.
The 2010 Streamy Award for Best Writing for a Drama Series went to Bernie Su, the creator and writer of Compulsions, an independently produced Web series thriller surrounding “an admitted Sadist with a dull desk job.” The series itself is dark, gripping, and, as you might guess, expertly written.
New Media writers Robert Gustafson and Alec McNayr visited the set of Crackle.com’s Angel of Death. Director Paul Etheredge explains how he directed a Web series and a feature film simultaneously. Read the complete article in the March/April issue of Script.
In the March/April issue of Script, New Media writers Alec McNayr and Robert Gustafson visit the set of Sony Crackle's Angel of Death. Here, director Paul Etheredge describes the difference between feature and webisode directing.