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It's not everyday that we experience a positive film. Please share this to help them reach the audience that this film deserves!

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I'm very proud of this film I'm producing. Please find it in your heart to share!

In a world filled with so much negativity and hatred, we need a film that spreads a message of love.

Your support will help us get this film to market so it can reach the largest audience possible.

Thank you!
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We are featured in the +Stage 32 blog written by our founder +Adam J. Cohen.

Sound advice on networking and of course thank you to all the great people we've met on +Google+ 
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We are now accepting submissions!

Please share with other filmmakers to make this a successful event!

All submissions received by July 15, 2015 automatically qualify you for Three festivals. Only $40 through July 15, 2015

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UGPFF Call For SubmissionsCall for Submissions Show your short film or web series to a global audience including events in the USA, Bali, Spain, Belarus, Poland, Singapore, New Zealand, Vietnam and more! Submit Today! Submissions only $40 until Wed. July 15, 2015 In addition, your film/web series will be considered for tw
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A poster we saw in Los Angeles, CA for a film available on Vimeo. Way to go Indiefilm self distribution. 
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Is Vietnam blocking +Google+  and +Twitter?

We know you love film there and would love to include you in our festivities this year...
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Definitely some good advice here.
BuzzFeed’s massive success in video is unquestionable. Currently, the video offshoot of the incredibly popular site dedicated to listicles, animated GIFs, and hard news is generating over 250,000,000 views a month on YouTube alone, and that's just on its flagship BuzzFeedVideo channel. If you add up the monthly views from BuzzFeed's rainbow of brother and sister channels (including Blue, Yellow, Violet, Pop), that viewership number jumps up to mo...
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Make a movie with whatever you can. These iPhone filmmakers not only got into Sundance, they now have distribution and hopefully a career to keep following their passion.

In the meantime, make sure to submit your latest film project to this year's film festival and be considered for three different festivals.
Shooting on an iPhone created unexpected opportunities for the filmmakers behind "Tangerine."
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We are thinking about running our office out of this club house while we are in Hanoi, Vietnam.

What do you think?

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For the love of Spock, Star Trek, and Leonard Nimoy.

Some good news for your day.
  Bank of Canada is pleading with Star Trek fans to stop “Spocking” its five dollar bills. Since Leonard Nimoy’s death, Canadian folks have been “Spocking” the hell out of the five dollar bill that features a portrait of Canada’s seventh prime minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Sir Wilfrid now sports, on certain bills at least, pointy ears, the signature Vulcan haircut and eyebrows and Spock’s mantra “Live long and prosper.” According to Bank of Ca...
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Hmmm.... And who says making short films isn't important?
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Like this one....Winky Face ;):
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We knew this was coming. Be part of the revolution!

Submit your short and web series today and be seen by the world.
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Yup, I don't even have cable anymore, and I don't miss it. Netflix and Amazon prime pretty much cover it. Adding Hulu will make it complete.
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Celebrating Cinema with the World. An online, interactive, international, live, short film festival.
5th Annual Unofficial Google+ Film Festival 

Live and Interactive: November 13 - November 15, 2015
Online: November 13 - November 29, 2015

2015 events scheduled in:
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Asheville, NC
  • Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Valencia, Spain
  • Wellington, New Zealand
  • Singapore, Singapore
More coming soon! Schedule your own event here.

4th Annual Unofficial Google+ Film Festival 

Live and Interactive: November 14 - November 16, 2014
Online: November 16 - November 30, 2014

3rd Annual Unofficial Google+ Film Festival in partnership with SnagFilms
Live and Interactive - Dec. 13 - Dec. 15, 2013
  • Wellington, New Zealand
  • Singapore
  • London
  • New York City, NY
  • Tijuana, Mexico
  • Seattle, Wa
  • Los Angeles, CA
Online - Dec. 15 - Dec. 29, 2013

The 2nd Annual Unofficial Google+ Film Festival was Sat. Dec. 1, 2012 at 8 p.m. E.S.T. (GMT -5)
Make sure to add the event to your
Google+ Events by attending the event here

When: Nov. 30 - Dec. 2, 2012

Where: Anywhere in the world with an internet connection.

What: A live, online, international, interactive, short film festival that extends and broadens viewers outside the common film festival experience and allows a much larger audience to enjoy the films from the comforts of their own homes. 

The 2nd Annual Unofficial Google+ Film Festival is complete with several film panels preceding the festival as well as Q&A sessions with the filmmakers after each block of short films.  This new and innovative festival is the future of the digital age for filmmakers and film fans everywhere.  Movies are seen by thousands of attentive and film loving people around the world all at the same time (instead of being limited by a smaller geographical location).

This festival can be attended from anywhere in the world with a computer, internet connection, and web camera.   We hope to bring more attention and recognition to brilliant filmmaking being created around the globe and help to connect filmmakers with one another. 

In addition,  we are excited to announce that this years festival will be seen and broadcasted in front of a live audience at the Los Angeles Film School in Los Angeles, California as well as in Asheville, NC.

Prizes will be offered from some of our sponsors to filmmakers for the best films in several categories.  

Final deadline has passed for 2012

For additional information, please visit our FAQ section.

Brought to you by Audiosocket, On the Page, Blind Lyle Films, Mingle Media TV, Creator Up, as well as additional help from Google+ and the great folks at YouTube.

For press and sponsorship opportunities contact

Adam J. Cohen

To reach a bigger audience

We've created a Facebook event to invite your non-g+ users/friends

This will certainly get them interested in signing up for G+.  Please add this to your facebook events and invite your friends and family too.

The 1st Annual Unofficial Google+ Film Festival was on Sat Dec. 3, 2011 at 8 p.m. E.S.T. (GMT -5)

You can see the festival with hangouts and films.

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1st Annual Festival was brought to you by:


Originally created by Adam J. Cohen of Blind Lyle Films to strengthen the Google+ Film Community, discover unique talent, facilitate interaction, cultivate discussion, and connect passionate filmmakers with a contemporary audience.

The idea widely became popular and a collaborative effort evolved to make this event possible.

1st Year Project Contributors

+Keith Barrett - Live Streaming
+Jaime Byrd - Creative Collaboration/Hosting
+Johnathan Chung - Creative Collaboration
+Ryan Crowe - Creative Collaboration
+Christina Trapolino - Creative Collaboration
+Aaron Wood - Art work by