Computer software giant Adobe and Netflix the world’s leading streaming entertainment service, have come together for a multifaceted project that will give the next generation of artists a platform and the tools needed to create career-changing content.
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The mentors will include playwright, filmmaker, and author David Talbert, producer, author and costume designer, Lyn Talbert, who co-produced Netflix’s first live-action musical, Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey, Ryan O’Connell, lead actor in the Netflix series, Special.
The road trip will make pit-stops at each winner’s hometown for a two-week production, with Netflix and Adobe supplying all equipment, tools and crew needed. Additionally, the short films from the creators will feature alongside a behind-the-scenes style docu-series that will showcase the creative process, documented by Nadia Hallgren, director of the Netflix Michelle Obama documentary Becoming.