New Form has released eight scripted short-form pilots from popular YouTube creators like Olan Rogers, Wilson Cleveland and Sammy Paul. It’s the third wave of pilots from New Form — whose backers include Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Discovery Communications.
SPiN is a 2016 Webby Honoree for Drama: Individual Short. Narrative content created as a single short dedicated to dramatic material that premiered on the Internet.
Interesting pilot episode for what I presume will become a pretty fun show. Wilson Cleveland's built an interesting first episode that's got me eager to see what's next for this bizarre group of individuals.
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Since insurance companies are in the business of avoiding risk, you might not expect one to teach you to face your fears by jumping into unpredictable situations. But that’s exactly what Hiscox Small Business Insurance is doing with its six-part docu-series, “Courageous Leaders.”
Hiscox company has partnered with Vox Media to distribute the new interview series show “Courageous Leaders” on the sites Vox News, SBNation, Curbed and The Verge, starting June 1.
Titled "Courageous Leaders," the six-episode series aims to be more realistic than vainglorious by chronicling the hard decisions that entrepreneurs made on the way up.
“I think there’s a stigma among independent creators that paying to promote your work is somehow inauthentic or selling out,” said Mr. Cleveland, who has helped produce, publicize and even act in multiple branded entertainment Web series.
Taking on Wall Street, irresponsible corporate spending, and the seedy truth behind the news, their latest short film, “SPiN” is a doozy.
Since breaking the mold of online entertainment, Cleveland founded UNboxd, his own creative digital studio, where he produces original series for brands, networks, and companies.
Cleveland, who also founded digital media and branded entertainment studio Unboxd, is one of the jury members for the talent section of the Adweek Watch Awards. If you want to get on his good side, you’ll probably want to emulate some of the actors he thinks are killing it online.
Wilson Cleveland is one of the most humble, yet prolific people working in digital media right now. Starting out as a film and television actor, Cleveland moved on from traditional television to carve out his own successful niche in digital video.
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