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jdweiss:

Hey new followers! You’ve managed to double my follower count in half a day, so I thank you for that.

If you’re curious what it is that I do, I suggest taking a look at my short film, Transmission (2012), which also has a cassette soundtrack available (just 6 left!) from Otherworldly Mystics, a label I do art direction for.

Thanks for watching!

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jdweiss:

vimeo:

Motion pictures 2.0. Kinda. »> http://bit.ly/1l21IOo

Vimeo made a post explaining their new animated video thumbnails for Staff Picks, using Transmission as their first example. 

jdweiss:

vimeo:

Motion pictures 2.0. Kinda. »> http://bit.ly/1l21IOo

Vimeo made a post explaining their new animated video thumbnails for Staff Picks, using Transmission as their first example. 

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jdweiss:

So this happened today.
Original post with video.

jdweiss:

So this happened today.

Original post with video.

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We’ve asked the filmmakers for the 11th annual Oxford Film Festival the same five questions. Meet Jared D. Weiss, Director/Writer/Animator of Transmission. This film will be screening Friday, Feb. 7 at 12:30 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 8 at 10 a.m.

#1: In 140 characters or less, describe your…

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eternaldrip:

A while back my pal Chris, bka Orca Life, told me about a short film by Jared D. Weiss that he was doing the soundtrack for. I was given an early peek at the sounds, and became immediately excited by what I could only describe as deliciously dystopian. Since then Transmission has been shown at Comic-Con, the Philip K. Dick Sci Fi Film Fest, and a variety of other film festivals and the like around the world. It’s the typical story of a four-eyed alien creature and his dog in a post-apocalyptic world, with an ending that is both dark and beautiful. The film is only about 5-minutes, so I’ll not spoil it. You can also pick up the soundtrack on limited edition cassette now via Otherworldly Mystics for a cool $5.

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jdweiss:

TRANSMISSION (2012)

My film is finally online. Enjoy.

(via orcalife)

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jdweiss:

jdweiss:

TRANSMISSION is going online October 25th at 12:00 AM EST.
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In 26 or so hours Transmission will be online. There’s now a public Facebook event page you can join to get instantly updated when it goes up!

jdweiss:

jdweiss:

TRANSMISSION is going online October 25th at 12:00 AM EST.

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In 26 or so hours Transmission will be online. There’s now a public Facebook event page you can join to get instantly updated when it goes up!

(via orcalife)

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jdweiss:

TRANSMISSION is going online October 25th at 12:00 AM EST.
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jdweiss:

TRANSMISSION is going online October 25th at 12:00 AM EST.

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jdweiss:

Hey everyone, here’s some exciting news: Transmission has been accepted into the Atlanta Horror Film Festival, which takes place October 16-20th, in Atlanta.

But, with that comes another announcement; after a successful festival run (I’ve been in at least one festival a month since March), this will be the last stop for Transmission in 2013. Meaning that, before the end of October, the film will finally be available for public viewing online!!

Until then, you can still pick up a limited edition cassette and get instant access to the film as well.

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jdweiss:

REMINDER!

For those going to San Diego Comic-Con this week, my film, Transmission, will be screening on Thursday, July 18th at 7:40 PM at the Mariott next door to the convention center as part of the Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival. And even cooler is that there will be a Q&A with me immediately following the film! Here’s an event page with more details.

The show floors for the exhibition hall close at 7PM so it’ll be hard to make an excuse to miss this ;)

As posted previously, the film is also screening at Dragon*Con in August, with the film’s composer, Chris Roberts, in attendance; but this Comic-Con screening is the only screening with me and a Q&A!

DON’T MISS IT!