James Rosenquist (with Brunette Billboard, Vertical), 1964
Paul Newman, 1964, gelatin-silver print
Bill Cosby (Map to the Stars), 1965
Spit coffee all over my screen when I first watched this 30 second, Ricky Ger-effing-hilarious-vais, spot:
16 questions in two hours, dozens of participants, and some seriously great, insightful back-and-forth is exactly why we set up #FilmChat.
By providing a platform for her peers to use Twitter meaningfully, Lee is setting herself up as a content provider and value add to her network. She’s also creating a very relevant following on Twitter, her Facebook Fan Page and the corresponding #FilmChat Fan Page, which we set up so participants could continue networking off-Twitter (300+ fans by the second chat!).
And by leveraging the Facebook Events feature, through the #FilmChat page, Lee is able to invite all of her personal contacts, Fan Page fans and #FilmChat fans; not to mention LoveTheCool Fan Page fans and my contacts. That’s thousands of people we are able to invite to chat, every week.
We know how tricky it can be for new users to start using Twitter meaningfully, and #FilmChat gives Lee’s peers two hours to navigate this simple, yet puzzling network within some context.
#FilmChat is a Weekly, 2 hour Twitter chat between FILM INDUSTRY Pros
More info on Fan Page: