Social networks like Twitter, Facebook and Google+ are great ways to meet new people in the filmmaking industry. Recently Zacuto got on board with the 2nd Annual Unofficial Google+ Film Festival, happening Saturday, December 1st, 2012. This unique event is hosted entirely online allowing anyone to attend from the comfort of their own home. All you need is an internet connection and a passion for filmmaking!
As Adam Cohen, the festival’s organizer put it, “this festival is truly the future of the digital age for filmmakers and film fans everywhere.” The event aims to bring awareness and recognition to filmmakers as well as helping them connect with one another and share ideas. If you’re interested in participating in this short film festival, keep reading – there’s still time to enter your short film!
Submit Your Short Film for a Chance to Win
The Unofficial Google+ Film Festival is a great way to share your work with the filmmaking community offering you exposure from a global audience of filmmakers and film-lovers. Selected short films will be judged by high-profile industry experts and prizes include a Google Nexus 7 Tablet, Zacuto’s Z-Finder Pro, music from Audiosocket as well as industry specific gift cards and more.
And there’s still time to submit your short film to be judged by the film panels which include:
- Story Development/Screenwriting with Pilar Alessandra & Mike Wollaeger
- Music Composition/Scoring/Supervision with Cary LoGrande from Audiosocket & Guests
- Web Series with Mark Gantt, Mike Tringe from Creator Up, Mingle Media TV & many more
- Financing your film with producer Brad Wyman from IndieGoGo
- And more
The deadlines for submissions are:
- Friday, November 2nd, 2012 — $20
- Friday, November 9th, 2012 — $30
To learn more about participating in the Unofficial Google+ Film Festival, take a look at the FAQ.
Join Filmmakers from Around the World
Even if you’re not submitting your film to the festival this year, join the event by watching the submitted entries and interacting with the filmmakers. The event is free to attend and you can participate from anywhere you find an internet connection. In addition, this year’s event will be broadcasted in front of a live audience in Los Angeles. And you will also have the opportunity to interact with the sponsors in the interactive marketplace to learn more about the products and services they provide.
Just add the Unofficial Google+ Film Festival event to your Google+ events and we hope to see you there!