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Follow Friday does a Festival!

Posted by on Apr 17, 2014 in The Blog, The News | 0 comments

Follow Friday does a Festival!

You guys, we’re going to a festival. We are thrilled to announce the world premier of Follow Friday the Film at the Newport Beach Film Festival. Screenings: Friday, April 25 5:45pm South Coast Village 3 Wed., April 30 12:30pm Fashion Island Cinema5 CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS The Newport Beach Film Festival seeks to bring to Orange County the best of classic and contemporary filmmaking from around the world. Committed to enlightening the public with a first-class international film program as well as providing a forum for cultural understanding and enriching educational...

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Follow Friday in Portland

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in The Blog, The News, The Videos | Comments Off

Follow Friday in Portland

Erin Faulk is traveling across the country to test social media, specifically Twitter. The L.A.-based film maker traveled more than 8,000 miles with a crew that helped her document life as she experienced it along the way while meeting with people face-to-face who followed her on Twitter. Erin’s goal was to find out if people are who they seem to be based on their on-line posts. In Portland , she chose to meet with Lynsie Lee, who works at a vegan strip club. KOIN local six was there when the two met for the first time and Erin taped material for her upcoming documentary called...

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The Produce News

Posted by on Aug 16, 2012 in The News | Comments Off

Social media documentary on location in Salinas August 16, 2012 A documentary film seeking to present the relationships formed via social media as legitimate and powerful in the daily lives of consumers received support from the produce industry as footage was shot on location Aug. 14 in the Salinas Valley. The film, Follow Friday, is by filmmaker Erin Faulk, who set out on an 8,000-mile, 28-day journey across the United States to seek out and speak with experts in the field of social media and discuss the way online interactions are changing how businesses and consumers...

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Baltimore Insider

Posted by on Jul 13, 2012 in The News | Comments Off

Councilman’s Tweets land him spot in ‘Follow Friday’ film By Jill RosenThe Baltimore Sun7:53 a.m. EDT, July 12, 2012 Baltimore Councilman Nick J. Mosby has Tweeted himself into a movie role. He’ll be playing himself — a guy who Tweets a lot.With just over 500 followers, the District 7 representative might not be the biggest presence on Twitter. But he’s apparently being followed by the right people. He’ll be one of 140 personalities from the millions on the social media site included in a documentary called “Follow Friday.”The...

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North Baltimore Patch

Posted by on Jul 12, 2012 in The News | Comments Off

      Councilman’s Tweets Lead to Documentary Interview Councilman Mosby was interviewed for Follow Friday the Film. By Adam Bednar Email the author July 12, 2012 Councilman Nick Mosby’s use of social media, especially following the derecho storm nearly two weeks ago, has landed him a spot in a documentary. According to an email sent from Mosby’s office, the councilman was interviewed for the documentary Follow Friday the Film. According to the Kickstarter page, where the filmmakers are raising money for the project, the documentary examines the influence of...

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Gavin in the Hall

Posted by on Jul 10, 2012 in The News | Comments Off

FOLLOWFRIDAY + BOOKER = TWITTER GOLD FOR NJ SCHOOLS MONDAY, JULY 9, 2012 AT 3:16PM | GAVIN Follow Friday the Film continues to blow the Twitterverse’s mind by demonstrating the true power of social media. This weekend, in less than 3 hours, tweeps raised more than $8,000 after Newark MayorCory Booker agreed to be interviewed for the film and match all donations made, which will go towards Uncommon Schools. It all started when Twitter user @cdiemnj tweeted Booker to say, “if you let @erinscafe interview you for #ffthefilm I will personally donate $140 to the charity of your...

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