Moving Numbers, Episode 8

On January 28, 2011, in Uncategorized, by Glenn Przyborski

Last year, Glenn Przyborski directed and photographed a multi-part web series titled, “Moving Numbers.” The show is a humorous look behind-the-scenes of a political campaign. “MN” has the look and feel of spontaneous reality, yet every line is scripted. The cast is from LA, NYC and Pittsburgh.

John Brabender (of BrabenderCox) created and wrote the series based on events and characters that he’s observed (and worked for) in dozens of real political campaigns.

Post-production is handled by Thad Christian and his talented staff at Pittsburgh’s Phenomenon Post. Episode 8 has recently been uploaded and is ready to screen. Before you watch #8, screen Moving Numbers episodes 1 through 7 to meet the disfunctional characters of the “Sanders for Senate” campaign. Click for series website.

2 Responses to Moving Numbers, Episode 8

  1. L. Masterson says:

    Why the unusual show lengths? This sure looks like a commercial TV series…

  2. John Brabender created the show as a web series… Most so-called experts think a webisode has to be between 7 and 15 minutes. As an “old-school” director-cinematographer, I’m more oriented to watching TV on a TV. The episodes are mastered as full 1080P HDTV shows, then downconverted and compressed for web delivery. Thanks for your comments.

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