A RECENT PROJECT

A live conversation with Mr Spock from Star Trek

A live Q&A event with the Hollywood star Zachary Quinto

The Client:

TLVFest

Type:

Live virtual event

Platform:

Zoom

Watch the full interview with Zachary Quinto

Description:

A remote live interview that included video clips from Quinto's films and questions from the audience. Was broadcasted live as part of the virtual Tel Aviv International LGBT Festival, hosting live interviews with film creators and offering on-demand films to watch at home.

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Live Q&A with the Oscar nominee Jacki Weaver and the director Tom Fitzgerald and the creators of the film Stage Mother

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Live Q&A with the creators of the film Kiss Me Kosher

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Images from the events

The client say

Yair Hochner

Yair Hochner

Founder & Director of TLVFest

The Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival took place in a virtual format and featured hundreds of films that were available for viewing online alongside livestreamed events and online talks with filmmakers from around the world.

Video captain, Itay Filiba, directed the festival’s opening and closing events, while instructing the camera crews and staff remotely. These events included live stage performances, over 11 speakers from around the world, and many video clips embedded throughout the program. He also directed live talks with film actors who joined from afar, such as Zachary Quinto (Spock from the Star Trek films) and Jackie Weaver (two-time Academy Award nominee). In these talks, selected scenes from the actors’ films were presented and the audience was invited to ask the speakers questions in real-time.

Itay assisted in planning the virtual events and building the lineups; he designed an impressive graphic scheme and advised us on how to enhance the events visually and programmatically. During the live broadcast, Itay managed the events calmly and confidently, orchestrating the speakers and performers without a hitch and responding quickly to any developments and changes that occurred. The service we received from Itay was professional, innovative and creative. It helped us produce quality live video content, which we could also use later on our social media and website.

I highly recommend Itay's services to anyone interested in producing professional live video content in an exceptional way and on par with TV broadcast.

About Video Captain

Video Captain remotely direct virtual events and live content, making them look professional like a TV show

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