The Unofficial Google+ Film Festival is an online, interactive, live, international short film festival unlike any other.
The Unofficial Google+ Film Festival is an online, interactive, live, international short film festival that brings the film festival experience into your home or any other location. The festival runs from Friday Nov. 30, 2012 at 11:00 am pst (GMT -8) through Sunday December 2, 2012 at 3:00 pm pst (GMT -8).
Filmmakers from around the world will be present to answer your questions after their short film plays online.
In addition, we have live, free film panels with industry experts, an interactive marketplace, and even a public film festival lounge where everyone is welcome to drop in and meet other filmmakers and film fans from around the globe.
In order to ask questions to the filmmakers during the Q&A session or film panelists during the festival, just type in your questions where you are watching the live event.
For the latest live event go to http://tinyurl.com/ugpff2
or visit our schedule here for a complete list of all the special events happening throughout the weekend.
For answers to the Frequently Asked Questions visit http://ugpff.com/faq
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Many of the short films accepted in the 2011 festival received a lot of attention.
One of the films from 2011 went viral and now has over 2 million views from the exposure it received from the festival.
Films will be seen in front of a wide, international, and very attentive audience. The traditional film festival often gives your film limited exposure and many times filmmakers can’t attend. With a live-online festival, filmmakers have an opportunity to reach their audience and INTERACT with that audience as if they were attending a film festival in a theater.
Last year, our festival was one of the most active Pages on Google+.
Here is the second film block from 2011
Our goal is to create the best online film festival experience, giving the most exposure to filmmakers, having interaction with an audience, and to recreate many of the things that we love about physical film festivals.