Prince Edward Island web series ‘Wharf Rats’ is proving to be extremely popular, despite the fact that it technically doesn’t exist yet. With a handful of clips and a growing audience of over 8000 followers the series have managed to hook two major sources of funding. It’s not all that surprising considering the talent they’re working with and the name they’ve made for themselves. Continue reading Wharf Rats: PEI Web Series Secures Over $200k In Funding
Prince Edward Island continues to prove itself as a comedic goldmine. One of the co-creators of The Prince Edward Island Encyclopedia have given us yet another look into island life with the creation of their newest web series, Bluebird. Continue reading Bluebird: Co-Creator Of The PEI Encyclopedia Co-Creates A New Web Series
Did you use a washroom today? Was it a public one? Did you have to think about it? Media coverage regarding trans issues can often come across as a slew of one-dimensional concerns over human rights and who’s going to pay for it. While this is an important part of the conversation, it leaves much to be desired in the quest to broaden the definition of normalcy. AJ Ripley–human, family member, sibling, friend, nerd, PhD student, writer, performance artist, bicyclist–is adding Web Series creator to their long list of non-binary descriptors. Their new series, Babes, is all about normal people living in the city of Fredericton, the main character of which just happens to be trans.