35 – the first scripted web drama to stream LIVE
The project that started it all!
In September 2007, six months after the launch of the first live-streaming platforms, producers Kathryn and Guiesseppe Jones, director Adam Forgash, playwright Sharr White and a fantastic cast and crew made online history with the launch of the first scripted web drama to stream live.
“Theater people: we need you! – Virginia Heffernen, The New York Times
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“35” was shot with 3 cameras, all of which were edited in real time and streamed live to the internet. Although we were a new company, and our total budget was less than $6000, “35” was covered by “The Wall Street Journal”, “The New York Times”, “Mashable”, and was featured in blogs all over the world.
Shot and streamed on the tiniest of budgets to a global audience, “35” is testament to the artistic possibilities that the 21st century web creates for artists of all kinds. It is equally a testament to our amazing cast and crew who worked tirelessly over three weeks to stream 10, ten minute episodes, live to the world.
“35” was co-produced by the Digital Film Academy.
Directed by – Adam Forgash
Written by – Sharr White
Producers – Kathryn V Jones and Guiesseppe Jones
Co-Producers – Patrick DiRenna and Elena Primost
Director of Photography – Marcus Lehmann, Derek McKane
Original Music – Ryan Seaton, Mike Incze
Technical Director – Andrew Lipson
Production Sound Mixer – Jan McLaughlin
Assistant Director – Brian Gonzalez
Camera – Alain Xalabarde, Samir Mahadin, David Kowarsky
Boom operator – Neil Danziger
Opening and closing titles – David Kowarsky
Christian – Guiesseppe Jones
Cal – Arthur Aulisi
Sarah – Kathryn Velvel Jones
Julie – Hannah Sloat
Helen – Elizabeth London
Lucas – Bruce Ross
Robby – Timothy Fannon
Lief – Jason Loughlin
Julie’s friend – Kaitlin Owens