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New #marketing and #branding #video by Camerado #digital producer-editor Jason Rosette: trailer for First Person Shooter VR Game

Post production and editing of new #marketing and #branding #video by Camerado Movies and Media #digital producer-editor Jason Rosette: trailer for NEW First Person Shooter VR Game, title release on Steam 1/5/17.

Jason Rosette is a digital and video producer with #instructional and #educator skills, producing marketing and web videos, instructional media, documentaries, and more :: SEE clips, reels and more at www.jasonrosette.com or www.camerado.com

 

4 months, 3 weeks ago Comments Off on New #marketing and #branding #video by Camerado #digital producer-editor Jason Rosette: trailer for First Person Shooter VR Game

Camerado filmmaker Jason Rosette directs Microsoft Philanthropy video in APAC-ASEAN region

Filmmaker and Writer-Director Jason Rosette has just wrapped a multi-day video shoot for Microsoft Philanthropy in the ASEAN-APAC region of Asiafeaturing and promoting their software infrastructure support of the Child Protection Unit in Cambodia.

Microsoft Philanthropy in ASEAN-APAC and elsewhere around the globe

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The shoot, which covered locations in Phnom Penh and rural Kampong Cham, covered more than 8 interviews and associated B-Roll in 2 days, yielding robust and compelling content in service of Microsoft’s philanthropic mission.

Contact Jason RosetteJason Rosette - director of one of a series of Microsoft Philanthropy video projects in the ASEAN-APAC region for ASEAN-APAC and USA based directing projects.

7 months ago Comments Off on Camerado filmmaker Jason Rosette directs Microsoft Philanthropy video in APAC-ASEAN region

Camerado’s feature film now part of MoMA (Museum of Modern Art), New York City Circulating films collection

Camerado’s first feature film, the jazzy and impressionistic New York indie classic movie ‘BookWars‘ (written, directed, and edited by Jason Rosette) joins the company of the films of Andy Warhol, Yoko Ono and others at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City (MoMA) as part of the circulating films collection!

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Read the illuminating story behind the making of ‘BookWars’ and other #films by Jason ‘Camerado’ Rosette in the filmmaking #ebook, ‘10,000 Miles to Go: An American Filmmaking Odyssey’ , on Amazon Kindle at http://www.amazon.com/10-000-Miles-Go-Filmmaking-ebook/dp/B019RSQXL0

9 months, 1 week ago Comments Off on Camerado’s feature film now part of MoMA (Museum of Modern Art), New York City Circulating films collection

Web Video Production for Business, Marketing, Promotion and Instruction by CAMERADO

Web video production for business, SEO, lead generation marketing, education, education, training, and more in ASEAN & USA.

Camerado produces and edits web video, marketing videos for business, music videos, spots, promos and more with global delivery by Cloud

Effective web video is more essential for business now than ever before. Camerado Media delivers content worldwide by cloud or FTP; working in the USA and ASEAN-APAC region of Asia, with local Asia clients in Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and beyond.

Contact our award winning team of editors, motion graphics artists and producers to develop your web video concept, develop the script, produce, shoot, and license materials, and deliver content by Dropbox, Onedrive, or other cloud or FTP platform.

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9 months, 1 week ago Comments Off on Web Video Production for Business, Marketing, Promotion and Instruction by CAMERADO

‘Reviving a Vintage Cinema Hall in Southeast Asia’ – eBook and Documentary from CamboFest Founder, Media Producer, and Educator Jason Rosette

‘Reviving a Vintage Cinema Hall in Southeast Asia’ – eBook and Documentary from CamboFest Founder, Media Producer, and Educator Jason Rosette

NEW! ‘Reviving a Vintage Cinema House in Southeast Asia’ – forthcoming eBook and Documentary, subscribe to the mailing list athttp://eepurl.com/bR6XU5 :: In 2009, my team and I in Cambodia rediscovered and revived a vintage cinema house in Kampot, the ‘Royal’, which hadn’t been used since 1989 (it was at the time being used as a water container storage warehouse and hardly resembled a cinema hall…as seen at http://cambofest.blogspot.com/2009/12/initial-pix-content-from-cambofest-2009.html )
While the art scene in Kampot has recently taken off, at the time, back in 2009, there was resistance from some quarters to the idea of reviving the old cinema hall, and factions within the provincial Culture office clashed with old rivals about bringing the Royal back to life for our event, the CamboFest Film Festival – Cambodia’s first film festival since the end of the Khmer Rouge regime. Meanwhile, interference by foreign movie pirates and friction among some expatriates within the art scene also made things tough going, especially with our puny grass roots budget – probably 1/10,000 that of a typical UNESCO effort. I paid for a lot of the effort out of my own pocket…
There was no simple, streamlined process to gain permissions at the time, and everything had to be done from scratch. I went to Kampot 15 or 20 times by bus from Phnom Penh, in between teaching jobs, on weekends, etc, to keep things rolling. It was not a simple matter of just asking the family who owned the old cinema hall for permission: there was a difficult and labyrinthine process of figuring out just who to ask to get permissions, and I found that I was often on my own negotiating in Khmer as best I could.
Permission had to be granted from the highest authority at the Minister’s office, and although there were many, many supporters, there were also some folks – foreign and Cambodian – who just didn’t want to see the cinema hall come back for various personal and political reasons. (*I’ll get into this more in the eBook and documentary) Even so, despite all the challenges, the event was a success, thanks to our team, all volunteers, and sponsors including the US Embassy in Phnom Penh. The old Southeast Asian Royal cinema hall sparkled and shone again, after years of dormancy, with an all-digital throughput and customized screen and sound system.

Late great Cambodian filmmaker Yvon Hem receives the CamboFest Grabay Meas (Golden Buffalo) award in recognition for his work.

Now, in 2016, more and more cultural events are taking place at the ‘Royal’, thus bringing back to life an entire sector of the cultural economy in Cambodia,  while allowing Mr. Sokun and his family, who are of modest means and who live in the ‘Royale’, to generate some income. Today, permissions appear to be very simple and straightforward – unlike the formidable and nearly impossible process we experienced at the time. It just goes to show that a determined grass roots effort * can * make a difference

Kindly sign up for updates regarding the comprehensive eBook (with photos) about our efforts and the historical process of reviving the old ‘Royal’ movie hall back then, and the short documentary and multimedia project which will accompany it: In the meantime, read more at http://cambofest.blogspot.com/2009/12/initial-pix-content-from-cambofest-2009.html

1 year, 2 months ago Comments Off on ‘Reviving a Vintage Cinema Hall in Southeast Asia’ – eBook and Documentary from CamboFest Founder, Media Producer, and Educator Jason Rosette

New Filmmaking eBook by Camerado producer, Jason Rosette ‘10,000 Miles to Go – an American Filmmaking Odyssey’

10,000 Miles to Go - An American Filmmaking Odyssey' by Jason RosetteNew eBook on the process of bootstrapping an award winning feature film from the ground up! ‘10,000 Miles to Go – An American Filmmaking Odyssey’ is an unfiltered discussion with writer-director Jason Rosette about the making of his award winning first feature, ‘BookWars‘, the making of his 2nd feature, ‘Lost in New Mexico‘, and other movies. Not just for filmmakers…this book will be of interest to anyone involved in a bootstrapping or startup environment!

1 year, 3 months ago Comments Off on New Filmmaking eBook by Camerado producer, Jason Rosette ‘10,000 Miles to Go – an American Filmmaking Odyssey’

Support Camerado’s new project, ‘FINAL COUNTDOWN’, and edgy dark comedy about the ‘New Normal’ in America – on #IndieGogo

 Support Camerado’s new project, ‘FINAL COUNTDOWN’, a darkly comedic story of two hapless blender salesmen who become wanted outlaws in the dusty Southwestern United States. See project info, and ways you can contribute and support on #Indiegogo @ http://ift.tt/1UFZZL1 from Blogger http://ift.tt/1IXGzul via IFTTT

1 year, 8 months ago Comments Off on Support Camerado’s new project, ‘FINAL COUNTDOWN’, and edgy dark comedy about the ‘New Normal’ in America – on #IndieGogo

Camerado Media concludes Fundraiser to Benefit Disadvantaged Kids in Cambodia

Camerado has concluded a recent fundraiser to raise emergency tuition money to cover school costs for a disadvantaged brother and sister in Cambodia. Thanks to worldwide contributors as seen on our fundraising campaign page, the majority of the target was achieved! See some special thanks from the kids themselves in the video below:    The […]

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Camerado concludes fundraiser for disadvantaged kids in Cambodia

Camerado has concluded a recent fundraiser to raise emergency tuition money to cover school costs for a disadvantaged brother and sister in Cambodia. Thanks to worldwide contributors as seen on our fundraising campaign page, the majority of the target was achieved! See some special thanks from the kids themselves in the video below: The recent […]

1 year, 9 months ago Comments Off on Camerado concludes fundraiser for disadvantaged kids in Cambodia

‘THEY STOLE IT!’ The Henry George School in Chicago Steals Camerado Movie Title, ‘BookWars’

Recently discovered through a routine Google search that the Henry George School in Chicago exhibited our movie title, ‘BookWars‘ in a public performance setting: no advance notice, request or payment was made to copyright holder, which constitutes theft of our IP (Intellectual Property). Screenshot of the original advertisement on the Henry George School, Chicago, website […]

1 year, 9 months ago Comments Off on ‘THEY STOLE IT!’ The Henry George School in Chicago Steals Camerado Movie Title, ‘BookWars’