More good news for “Choose”! Our humble drama that has been touring the nation raising money for cancer charities is also an official selection for the Soho International Film Festival in NYC and will screen at the Sunshine Cinemas in Downtown sometime between April 13th-20th. Two chances for my East Coasters to see the film! Congrats again to all the cast and crew!
VSauce defines itself as “Amazing Facts & The Best of the Internet”, and since I know there are absolutely no facts conveyed in OverAnalyzers, I have to assume the latest episode of their show “DONG” (Do Online Now, Guys — Episode “Picture of Everything?”) featured us because of that second part. And that is truly noteworthy. “Mildly amusing”? Sure. “Best of the Internet”? Well, we’re blushing. I don’t know if I can compete with the Norwegian butter crisis or miscellaneous funny cats, so when an intelligent channel like VSauce decides to give us a shoutout, we get all warm ‘n’ fuzzy.
Because of this brief mention, Cinevore’s YouTube channel, the place to see OverAnalyzers (outside of our embedded blip feeds which get around 95,000 per episode) has exploded overnight. If you think this is an exaggeration, I would like to point out that we spent 6 years accumulating 1,500 subscribers, and in the last 24 hours, that number has nearly quadrupled. Perhaps we should actually start using YouTube now.
For those who AREN’T yet aware, Cinevore’s YouTube channel only features episodes after 90 days of exclusive run here, on Cinevore.com, and Cinemassacre.com. So to see all the latest episodes of OA, you’ll still need to check our sites now and again.
And “Kevin” from VSauce, contact me – I have a thank you gift basket for you waiting for shipment., which will include a fresh batch of homemade brownies No, not *those* kind of brownies. I make the caffeinated kind that nerds like.
Choose, our little movie that’s been raising money for cancer charities nationwide, has just been selected to screen at the Garden State Film Festival. Come join the cast and crew!
Saturday, March 24, 2012, 2-4 pm
Asbury Park City Council Chambers
One Municipal Plaza (Main Street)
Asbury Park, NJ 07712
- “Good Bye Friday”
- “Sharp Love Sharp Kittens”
- “The Beast”
- “Busted Walk”
- “Number 21: The Chris Dhume Story”
How does the teleporter/telepod mistake a fly for a human? And why doesn’t Captain Kirk have this problem? Somehow, Spock’s mystical powers may hold the answer.
Dear Newsletter Subscribers & Blog Readers!
Stephanie Yuhas here to give my 2011 recap and 2012 plans for crazy creative capers, including American Goulash, Cinemassacre/Cinevore, Crystalline Studios, and community work.
Over the last year, my American Goulash Facebook page has grown to almost 11,000 subscribers! It is my goal by the end of 2012 to have at least 25,000 subscribers so I have a compelling argument to present to book publishers as I shopping my American Goulash manuscript for the first time.
I’m going to be straight with you here – I have a bad habit of neglecting my own work to help the work of others (Example: This newsletter is annual, not monthly). It’s nutty, but promoting my own work, especially something as deeply personal as American Goulash, makes me feel shy. It is for this reason that I cannot do this without you. Please take a moment to recommend American Goulash (or any of the projects below) to a friend or family member so my work can speak for itself…and I can keep blushing in the corner.
Here are some stories you might have missed:
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I recently finished the rough draft of a manuscript for an “American Goulash” book. I mentioned it on Facebook because…. Read More>>
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New Intro! by Psychomelody.
Some behind-the-scenes video of “Street Thugs & Turkey Legs”