With Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Kim Dickens, Patrick Fugit, Carrie Coon, David Clennon.
What a great team to work with.
Franchises like Transformers is making a killing in China so does it matter?
Why are you or are you not going to see movies in the theaters?
Clearly crowdsourcing is ready for some unique projects, of course all the news coverage hasn't hurt either.
This event by hosted by from is a must to talk about the future of the business of film.
Please invite relevant people in the business to get this conversation going.
The world of Hollywood may seem like all glitz and glamor, but at its heart it is a business - a big business - focused on profit and loss statements just as keenly as a car manufacturer. In this 4th episode in our six-part series we'll look at many new business models. As we move from a world of scarcity into abundance, what are the more profitable and sustainable distribution models? What is the future of crowdfunding films? Is this a temporary aberration or a new foundation on which to build an industry?
See More: http://reinventors.net/roundtables/the-business
We only wish that it would feature the original music by this legend.
Please offer your services in our area. We are crippled by extremely slow internet speeds of 3Mb/s down and 0.33Mb/s up.
In addition to this poor service by , they continue to raise our prices, now twice in one year. If AT&T is going to increase their prices, they should consider upgrading their equipment.
See more at: http://reinventors.net/roundtables/the-audience
Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Thompson on Hollywood
Associate Producer for Veronica Mars (film)
Writer & Director of Obvious Child
CEO of Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas & Drafthouse Films
CEO & Founder of BOND Strategy
Director of Digital Marketing Strategy at The Film Collaborative
Head of Film at Indiegogo
- Wellington, New Zealand
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Google+ Events by attending the event here
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.
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.
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