See a screening of Twittamentary; vmeet the Filmmaker

At this dually hosted event, we will see the Twittamentary documentary, prefaced by remarks from the Director, and following the screen we will discuss the film, with SiokSiok, via video conferencing, from Singapore.

Brought to you by Community Leadership Summit West (@CLSWest) and 1st Thursday Silicon Valley Online Community/Social Media.


What is Twittamentary?

Twittamentary explores how lives meet and affect one another on the fast growing micro-blogging phenomena that is Twitter.

Twitter users have contributed stories on a single theme: How Twitter has affected your life and the lives of those around you. What’s your Twitter story? The documentary is directed by Singaporean filmmaker and Tweeter, Tan Siok Siok

 

Tan Siok Siok is a filmmaker, entrepreneur and honorary geek with a deep passion for great storytelling in the age of the real time web.


http://bit.ly/mFvH34

Twittamentary is a creative commons, experimental documentary made by and about Twitter users.

If you'd like to make a small donation toward the production and streaming costs of Twittamentary please feel free to use the PayPal button below. Any profits from screenings will be donated to charity. http://bit.ly/Hul60x

 

 

 

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  • Maryam

    Wonderful! This was a very needed metric-check of the non-buyer related ROI to Twitter (and likewise, other social media methods) that we rarely ever see. A homeless woman is homed with a job, a prostitute gets out of the trade, an everyday hero saves a damsel in distress...all via Twitter. And the cool thing is, these things are just skimming the surface of the kind of humanitarian good Twitter and other social media platforms do every day. As community leaders, we know that it's in the one-to-one connections that the true genius and potential of social media is revealed. Siok, the director shared so much in her journey with this film and also in her chat with us before and after we watched. The running tweetstream during the film was worth it for the connection and enrichment value alone as we all made contacts with the participants who were gracious and giving, keeping up a spirited dialogue. If you missed this...you missed a lot. Let's screen this again next year. Worth it!

    May 8, 2012

  • BJ

    The meetup content was excellent, both the film and the online discussion with the filmmaker.

    May 7, 2012

  • Perrine C.

    Love the movie twittentary

    May 3, 2012

  • Perrine C.

    @Krochmal Mo Krochmal, Online Journalist
    @lizstrauss Liz Strauss, Brand Strategist
    @Interactive Amy Amy Korin, Social Media Consultant
    @Ramon_DeLeon Ramon De Leon, Operating Partner, Domino's Pizza Chicago
    @cruiter Mike DwyerImprov Comedian
    @ReganPTX Richard Regan, Trader
    @AllanSchoenberg Allan Schoenberg, Corp Comms Director, CME Group
    @padschicago Anne Marie Walsh, Homeless
    @ChicagoJulia Julia Saucier, Student
    @ChicagoDiane Diane Saucier, Technology Company Executive

    May 3, 2012

  • Perrine C.

    @geogeller Geo Geller, Artist
    @williger Darren Williger, Sales Professional
    @adventuregirl Stephanie Michaels, Travel Journalist
    @davidavdavid David Blumenstein, Offline Anarchist
    @fuzheado Andrew Lih, Journalism Professor USC
    @ihatemornings Benjamin Walker, Songwriter
    @jkrums Janis Krums, Miracle on the Hudson River Photo Guy
    @shelisrael Shel Israel, Author, Twitterville
    @RSYamilio Restaurant Floor Manager
    @JeffPulver Jeff Pulver, Creator, 140 Characters Conference

    May 3, 2012

  • Perrine C.

    Here are 3 tools to visualize the tweets of the #twittamentary hashtag:

    SocialPing Tweetwall – http://socialping.com/app/livec...­

    Twazzup http://www.twazzup.com/?q=twitt...­

    VisibleTweets http://visibletweets.com/#query...­ - there are 3 ways to view. Change the number at the end of the URL to 1 or 3 for other visualizations.

    1 · May 3, 2012

  • Eric H.

    As this is a dually hosted meetup, this is to be expected. Sign up here or there. Either place is fine.

    May 2, 2012

  • Eric H.

    58 people total, so far. At this time, 10 people have RSVPd to attend this meetup, plus 48 people have RSVPd via the 1st Thursday meetup.

    May 2, 2012

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