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Atlanta Duo Partners with Microsoft Store to Launch The Sassies Awards & Festival for Web Series
The Sassie’s Awards Festival is the premiere festival for Web-Series produced by Women of Color. The Festival is being launched by Social Media Mobile Marketing Diva, Karen Rogers-Robinson and Haute Choc'lat Multimedia Group, Rahru R. Arceneaux.
“The Tech Soiree is designed to start the conversation with women of color to be adventurous and courageous enough to use digital technology to change their social and economic status. Challenging women of color to be creators of Digital Technology and not just consumers, says Rogers-Robinson.”
The Sassie’s Awards Festival begins September 12th and runs through the 14th in Atlanta, Georgia. The festival will host the previously mentioned tech chat panel discussion, hands on workshop, and screenings of submitted web series.
The Sassie’s Award Festival has decided to push open the door advancing the web-series revolution. I have been waiting on the opportunity to get involved with a project that is ground breaking, edgy, and goes full throttle in the creative arena." I am excited by the “New Digital Frontier” and as a woman of color I am definitely lending all that I can so that we are not left without a voice or stream of consciousness in this new age, says Arceneaux."
About the festival
The Sassie’s stand for Sista’s Advancing Second Screen Interactive Engaging Stories. The Sassie’s Awards Festival is the premiere festival for web series produced by women of color. The mission and purpose of the festival is to inspire women to create social & tech creative projects, to inspire women of color to help build the social & mobile platform. To inspire women to build content that is relevant, interactive, engaging, and educational.
This festival is designed to be a socially interactive awards ceremony and festival, so after viewing the screenings the audience will vote on a favorite in each genre. All voting will take place via second screen technology. The winners of each genre will take home the Sassie’s Sapphire Award.
Submissions for The Sassie Awards Festival will open up July 1, 2013
Maximum running time 15 minutes and have at least 3 episodes.
Must be directed, written and produced by a woman of color.
Must feature a woman of color or a mixed gender cast.
Must not have an exclusive broadcast agreement with any digital platform or network
• Drama ( Romance, Thrillers, Horror etc)
• Docudrama ( Environmental, Foreign, Political, Investigative etc.)
Person to Contact: Karen Rogers-Robinson or Rahru R. Arceneaux
Company Name: SASSIE Awards and Festival.
Phone Number 678-322-Sass (7277)
You can join the conversation on Facebook at The Sassie Awards & Festival (https://www.facebook.com/
Email Address: thesassiesawardsfestival@
Website domain URL: http://www.thesassiesawards.me
Be sure to register for updates about the festival at Sassie.me (http://www.sassie.me/)