Hollywood-based photographer recognized soon after launching festival in France
By Raelynn, Patch Contributor
Clinton H. Wallace has spent most of his life behind the camera. From Jamaica to France, Spain to Los Angeles, Wallace has worked all over the world… and most recently he launched the Côte d’Azur Webfest, the first international web festival dedicated to advancing short-form digital series from across the globe.
“Global buyers are looking for unique digital content to fill all their streaming needs,” states Wallace, the festival’s creator and director. “Everyone has such an enormous appetite for digital content right now– it’s really an exciting time for filmmakers and content providers.”
The Webfest, which took place recently on the French Riviera, presented over 20 web series awards including Best Comedy, Best Reality, Best Sci-Fi and Best Action.
“Digital short-form web series are on the rise and so is the quality of the work,” states Wallace. “At Côte d’Azur WebFest, filmmakers gained access to top industry professionals to take their projects to the next level.”
Wallace, who continues producing films and events, spends his time capturing moments around the world, and was most recently awarded Lifetime Achievement in Photography at the Brentwood & Pacific Palisades International Film Festival.