ON NOVEMBER 22nd, cast, crew, friends, family and fans gathered at Smiley Guy Studios for the first-ever Guidestones Get-Together to celebrate the success of Guidestones, and to thank those who have supported the series.
For the complete set of photos from the event, head over to Facebook and make sure to tag, like, and share!
Thanks again to everyone who came out, and to those that tuned into the Livestream! Also, a very special thank-you to Pizza Pizza!
Now that pre-production is underway for season 2 of Guidestones, we want to make sure as many people as possible have a chance to see season 1. That’s why, in addition to the interactive ‘push‘ format, we released the series on-demand here at guidestones.org and at Hulu. We’re also active on Twitter and Facebook, and we love to interact with our fans.
We’re currently working on some ideas for increasing fan involvement, whether you’re in Toronto, Los Angeles, Glasgow, Berlin, Tokyo, or anywhere in between. We’ll make sure to keep you all updated as these plans take shape.
In the meantime, keep watching and sharing Guidestones!
We are continuing to introduce new ways for audiences to interact with Guidestones. As such, we’re proud to say that viewers in the U.S. can now watch Guidestones on Hulu! Please share and enjoy Guidestones in this new and exciting format!
On the heels of rolling out a new website design and an on-demand version of the series through Hulu, Guidestones was presented with the Rockie Award for Best Webseries – Fiction at the 2012 Banff World Media Festival.
The Rockies (formally the Banff World Media Awards) are an “internationally-recognized awards program celebrating the very best in international content production in television and digital media.”
Congratulations to Jay Ferguson, Jonas Diamond, and the entire Guidestones team. As well, a big thank-you to the Banff World Media Festival, all the nominees, and Guidestones fans everywhere for watching, producing and celebrating innovative web content!