THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF CUPID & EROS

a web series about two love gods trying to set the world, and their own lives, right

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Avi, Josh & Jo Talk Love Stories on the Web on Web Series Watch

On February 27th, Web Series Watch hosts, Cindy Marie Jenkins and Patty Jean Robinson welcomed myself, Josh, Jo and fellow web creators Darren Chadwick (The Bloody Mary Show), Otessa Ghadar (Orange Juice in Bishop's Garden) and Caryn C. Hayes (Breaking Point) to talk about telling love stories on the web.

Livestreamed and recorded via Google Hangout, the conversation was part of the CREATORS WATCH spin off series of Web Series Watch, a review show dedicated to helping viewers navigate the wild west of teh web series world.  During the 46 minute show we talked about the freedom of the web, telling different kinds of love stories, bad 90's flannel, trained monkeys, and exploding queens.  It was awesome.  Check it out below.

-avi

Why I Do What I Do...

Have you ever wondered what drives us to create The Further Adventures of Cupid and Eros?  Avi answers this question in a personal video in celebration of the International Academy of Web Television Awards.

And if your curious about how other IAWTV celebrators answered this question, you can watch them here: "Why I do What I Do" by IAWTV.

Plus, see why fans watch the shows they love with these "why I watch what I watch" videos, also in honor of the IAWTV awards: "Why I watch What I Watch"

We are very excited to be nominated in the "Best Supplemental Content" category in th IAWTV awards and are keeping our fingers crossed.  The winners will be announced Thursday, January 12 at 9pm EST/6pm PST and you can watch the live stream here.

Thanks for all your support!

Avi & Andy

THE JOURNEY BEGINS FROM THE OTHER SIDE

In his blog “Of Short Films and Series,” Avi gave an excellent picture of how an idea that came to light in 2001 eventually grew into the Cupid and Eros web series. This is what excites me so much about the creative process and how one should never give up on an idea that has been in the back of their minds. It also highlights that you need to surround yourself with people that also have a passion for creating and that share in your vision. Of course the picture may change slightly, as Avi noted that Eros was originally a guy and through our discussions (I don’t recall if I was the one to recommend this change but thanks Avi for the shout out), making Eros female took the idea to the next level and allowed the characters to expand in scope, emotions and conflicts.
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