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01/01/10 Comedy Shoot

A few of us were talking earlier this year about how - even though we were working hard on the editing of the new feature, we hadn't released any shorts or skits in some time. We have had a handful of scripts sitting around for a while, and we're all getting a little bit ansy and wanting to film something. So we thought we should pick a weekend, bring some of our fragmented team back in town from far off lands - and shoot something fun.

On January 1, 2010 - we're going to set out to film as many comedy shorts as we can get complete in 48 hours. We have 5 scripts ready to go, and anticipate completing 3-4 of them.

We are inviting our friends to come out and screw around with us if you are in the Atlanta area. We don't know exactly what we need yet - as we are still picking scripts - but if you want to come hang out and be around ... maybe you'll get a chance to act, hold a microphone, or just get someone coffee/beer...

Call our office at 818-308-5550, and leave a message if you are interested!

New Office Phone Number

If you are looking to get in touch with us... we have a new number.

Whether you are trying to get in touch with one of us, find out more information about one of our projects, or just want to leave obscene messages for one of the Podcast shows ... give us a call.

Breaking Radio Silence

It's really hard to think of of something worthy of posting to the front page of the site, when we have gone so long without posting anything.

We've obviously been busy making the film that we spent the first half of 2008 telling everyone we were going to make. So, the logical thing would be to give everyone an update on that.

But I'm on my way out right now, and don't have the time to tell you about that ... so instead .....

how about a monkey?


Atlanta Screening

We wanted to let everyone know that we have been invited to screen two of our recent short films at a local event this Saturday, March 22nd.

FILMAtlanta is sponsoring the One Day SHOOT Films Festival at the Clarkston Community Center a few miles East of Atlanta. A host of local filmmakers will be screening films they have completed recently, and it should be a lot of fun.

We'll be screening After and The Statement of Randolph Carter, and we will of course have a table set up with some Geekin' stuff.

You should definitely come hang out with us. John Morehead has promised to sneak in some booze in his crotch.

What The Hell Con

In just a couple more days some of the gang here at DigiTribe will be making our way to What The Hell Con/ in Greensboro, North Carolina. I'm particularly excited about this trip as What The Hell Con takes place at my alma mater, Guilford College. It's been several years since I've been back up to Greensboro, so I'm looking forward to revisiting the old stomping grounds as it were and seeing some familiar faces.

We'll be screening Geekin', after, and The Statement of Randolph Carter, as well as speaking on a film making panel. You can the find the schedule on What The Hell Con's site linked above for the particular times and locations. The convention is free, so if you're in the Triad area, come by, check things out, and say hello.

Chattacon 2K8

It's recovery time here at Digitribe World HQ, as we regain our senses from the big party at Chattacon '08. Many thanks to the organizers and guests of the convention for making us feel welcome as we screened Geekin', after, and debuted our brand new short film The Statement of Randolph Carter. As usual, we had a great time up in Chattanooga, staying in the world famous Choo-Choo hotel, and partaking of the gallons of free beer. The highlight, however, is always interacting with our great fans, fellow filmmakers, and all-around wild characters that make these conventions so fun.

Now if only we hadn't been too drunk to record entertaining video for you.

Up next: What-the-Hell Con in Greensboro, NC.

Stay tuned to the site for updates on when you can check out The Statement of Randolph Carter, plus new info on the super-sekrit $1000 Film Project.

Content and your comments

So, if you haven't already, you should totally go check out the two episodes of the Uncanny Valley podcast that are posted in the podcast section of the site. And, once you have checked them out... you should post comments there demanding that Andrew do more episodes. He's totally not listening to me, and only the voice of the people will convince him that it must be done.

On a similar note, we'd like to hear from you regarding what you do and don't like about the site. Head over to this thread in the forums and give us your feedback on the new site!

The New Year

Well, it looks like another New Year is upon us. This past year has been a good one for us here at DigiTribe, and we're looking forward to an even better one this year.

The launch of this new site is the first of what's to come this year, and we're all pretty excited about it. The new site is big step towards something that we've been working towards for a while now, that being a truly integrated and diverse community site. We've created (and by we, I mean the people that can do more with a computer than post blog entries and check email) a great place where you'll be able to see updates on our projects, talk with us on the forums, and view the things that we're creating them, whether they be podcasts, original music, comics, or videos. Members will also be able to set up blogs, and read the rantings, thoughts, and musings of the DigiTribe team.

In other news, we're hard at work editing our newest short film, "The Statement of Randolph Carter." It's something that I'm really proud of, and I can't wait to share it with all you out there.

We've got a number of other projects in the works right now as well, including the $1,000 feature, a new podcast, and a super secret project that's currently in the planning phase.

As always, the DigiTribe crew will be out and about, perhaps even terrorizing a convention near you. We'll be posting the whereabouts of our upcoming appearances here, and if you see us out there, stop by, say hello, and share a drink.

Yep, it looks like this is going to be a good year. Thanks for being part of it.

oooohh ... ahhhhh

Ok, so today we launched this brand new website. Most of you who have been with us for a while now know that it was LOOONG overdue. We've done our best to consolidate a lot of content here under one virtual roof - while making the site a cool, fun place to continue building our community. So, now you have it. A community that we have been slowly building for over 10 years finally has a online home that helps us BE a community.

We are still, of course, rolling out new features. Over the next weeks and months expect a lot of new cool functionality. (Like new content types, ability to upload your own media, featured blogs, chat, profile comments, etc)

In the meantime, take a moment to fill out your profile - and dig into discussions. We're looking forward to your comments and contributions. This site is as much about YOU as anyone.

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