The Best Film & Video – Variety category is a coveted Webby Awards category. Selected as the official category winner by the Webby's elite panel of judges, We the Internet TV beat out stiff competition from Conan O'Brien's Serious Jibber-Jabber, Elite Daily's Gen Why, and Independent Films' Kidspiration.
The Webby Awards is the Internet's most respected symbol of success. With 13,000 entries from all 50 U.S. states and over 70 countries—and 3.5 million votes cast in The Webby People's Voice Awards—the 21st Annual Webby Awards is the biggest in their history. As a Webby winner, We the Internet TV truly sets the global standard for Internet excellence.
From head writer Lou Perez: "All of us at We the Internet TV are honored to receive this Webby award. In a world oversaturated with political comedy content, we've always believed the way to break through and be seen was to keep hammering home our truly unique perspective on politics, culture, and life. Every day we're seeing more fans discovering us; this Webby award is validation that the industry is watching, too."
We the Internet TV will be honored at the star-studded Webby Awards ceremony on Monday, May 15, 2017, at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City.
Calling all filmmakers! The 2017 Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge kicks off May 16th. This is a chance to win major prizes, including a $5,000 Feature/TV pilot development deal with Adi Shankar's Infinite Ammo Productions!
Mama Rwanda, an MPI documentary from Laura Waters Hinson about entrepreneurial mothers in Rwanda, is now available for campus and community screenings! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to bring the film to your group.
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