Join us tomorrow evening at 9PM Pacific / 12 AM Eastern for this week’s episode of The Event Horizon, featuring our special guest, Ms. Kristen Nedopak!
Kristen has been a major flame of creativity in television and movies, hosting shows for sciencefiction.com and producing and featuring in Think Hero TV, but first came to our notice in 2012 when she wrote, directed and starred in The Skyrim Parodies: To Lydia With Love. If you haven’t played Skyrim but know something about adventure games, it’s just plain funny. If you have played Skyrim, then you’ll pick up on every tiny thing Kristen did and it’s rivit-popping funny.
Ms. Nedopak is an inspiration. She’s proof that you can punch a hole in the universe to make a place for your own creativity, and her goal with The Geekie Awards is to help others do the same.
Ms. Nedopak is an inspiration. She’s proof that you can punch a hole in the universe to make a place for your own creativity, and her goal with The Geekie Awards is to help others do the same. It’s a special annual award ceremony to honor, celebrate and inspire the creative geek in all of us to put our ideas in motion and share them with the world. The first show last August was a remarkable event, attracting luminaries from all over genre media and the world. The next one is in the works already, and the positive energy it’s already generating is changing the face of fandom.
If you miss Saturday’s broadcast of The Event Horizon, it airs again on Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 4PM Pacific, 7PM Eastern. This is one you shouldn’t miss. (Not that any of them are, really, but this one in particular.)
The Event Horizon – it’s sci-fi for your wifi!
About the Geekie Awards
The Geekie Awards® is an award show by geeks for geeks, honoring the best indie-created entertainment, gaming and art. Our show takes place in August and is a live online broadcast ceremony. In an industry filled with award shows for established celebrities, we honor talented, independent creators and give them the opportunity to receive recognition in front of a worldwide audience and leaders in their respective industries. Our mission is to get creators’ work seen via a show that has a lot of media attention around it–over one billion impressions.
Submissions for the 2014 show run from March 1st through May 31st. Categories include: Indie Video Games, Web Series, Short Films, Podcasts/Vlogs, Trailers/Videos, Tabletop Games, Online Personality (hosts, vloggers, comedians), Art/Craft, Comics/Graphic Novel, Cosplay, Fashion/Armor, and Website/Blogs.
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- The Geekie Awards
- Think Hero TV
- The Skyrim Parodies