Founded by Adam J. Cohen of Blind Lyle Films in 2011, the festival is a revolutionary new “twist” on the modern day online festival as it creates interactivity and live events that correlate with the actual showing of the films on the Internet for a global audience. One of the UGPFF’s main goals is to showcase some of the best short films, web series and music videos made each year and give filmmakers a large international audience to see their work. A full schedule with screenings, panels and Google+ Hangouts can be found at http://www.ugpff.com.
The Red Carpet Report covers entertainment events and live streams events on the web, The team focuses on highlighting the story and promotes the events they will be covering (before, during and after) via their Red Carpet Report and Mingle Media TV social networks and websites – including social networks, Facebook, Twitter, blog posts. They publish videos and industry articles that focus on the interview, not gossip and not just a sound bite and distribute them via OneLoad.com online to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and other social network as well as their Red Carpet Report and Mingle Media TV websites. They also syndicate their content to other social media sites including Flickr, Blip.TV, LinkedIn, iTunes, AOL Video, Boxee, Roku, StumbleUpon, Google+, and Tumblr, boasting a KLOUT score in the top 5% of all rated members.
This year the 2nd Annual Unofficial Google+ Film Festival’s Red Carpet event will be held at the Los Angeles Film School. The Red Carpet Report team will consist of actress and host, JJ Snyder and producer / videographer JD Piche, who will be assisted by other members of the RCR team who will produce the video content for sharing after the event. For event information, please visit: http://www.facebook.com/
About Mingle Media TV Network's Red Carpet Report
MMTVN's Red Carpet Report is an online media and interactive web TV destination that produces entertainment industry event and news coverage. We've been credentialed for the Oscars Red Carpet, Emmys, Film Festivals, Award Shows, Premieres, Industry Events and numerous celebrity charity events. Our red carpet coverage is promoted via Twitter, blog posts, Facebook, and other popular social networks and is syndicated to over 15 video sharing sites including YouTube, AOL Video, BlipTV, Samsung TV, Vizio TV, Daily Motion and iTunes along with streaming video partners: Boxee and Roku. Our audience reach online is over 1 million monthly views of our video coverage in the US with a 14-42 age range / 68% female demographic. Mingle Media TV also curates over 200 Indie Web TV series and Live Streams events and weekly lifestyle talk shows. For more information, please visit http://www.redcarpetreporttv.com.
About the Unofficial Google+ Film Festival (UGPFF)
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 festival is in its second year and offers a revolutionary new “twist” on the modern day online festival as it creates interactivity and live events that correlate with the actual showing of the films on the Internet for a global audience. UGPFF’s main goals is to showcase some of the best short films, web series and music videos made each year and give filmmakers a large international audience to see their work. A full schedule with screenings, panels and Google+ Hangouts can be found at http://www.ugpff.com.