15 locally made web series screening at Vancouver Web Fest

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      Vancouver is getting ready to host its first international web series festival. The inaugural Vancouver Web Fest is set to take place May 2 to 4 at the Imperial theatre (319 Main Street).

      Tickets are available at the door and via Eventbrite. Individual screenings cost $10 and an all-weekend access pass is $75.

      Fifteen of the 75 official selections are locally produced. Here’s a sampling of trailers and episodes from these made-in-Vancouver web series.


      The Actress Diaries (North Vancouver)


      Aeternus (Vancouver)


      After (Vancouver)


      Ariel Erisian (Vancouver)


      Clients from Hell (Vancouver)


      Convos With My 2-Year-Old (Port Moody)


      Cycle Chic Films (Vancouver)


      Fools For Hire (Vancouver)


      Hitman 101 (Vancouver)


      Lab Rats (Vancouver)


      The Last Fall of Ashes (Vancouver)


      The Runner (Vancouver)


      The True Heroines (Vancouver)


      Under The HUD (Vancouver)


      Yoga Town (North Vancouver)

      What's your favourite Vancouver-made web series? Tell us in the comments!

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      Vancouver Web Fest

      Apr 28, 2014 at 12:20pm

      Thanks for sharing the amazing line up of Vancouver's very own web series!


      Apr 28, 2014 at 1:42pm

      All of them! But especially After, Aeternus, Lab Rats, Last Fall of Ashes and Under the HUD. Go Team Frostbite!! :)

      Christa Andersen

      Apr 28, 2014 at 9:16pm

      The series represented here under the name Hitman 101, is the wrong series. If you want to see the real trailer for the ACTUAL Hitman 101 web series starring Georgie Daburas, created by Scott Staven please follow THIS LINK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaPnpZXPRto

      Stephen Hui

      Apr 29, 2014 at 9:09am

      @Christa Andersen:

      Thanks for noting my mistake. I've embedded the correct trailer in the post now.

      Christa Andersen

      Apr 29, 2014 at 10:26am

      @Stephen Hui

      Thanks so much for responding and taking the time to make the changes! It is very much appreciated :)