Atlanta Power Couple Ignites Digital, Film, & Music Platforms

 TPN Film Magazine Februay Issue
TPN Film Magazine Februay Issue
ATLANTA - March 8, 2015 - PRLog -- Bobby Peoples and his wife Renee Warren Peoples will launch the TPN Music Festival May 22, 2015 at 7pm. The festival will be held at the South Cobb Community Center, 620 Lions Drive Mableton, Georgia. The Peoples are the Owners of The Peoples Network, Cheapflicks TV, TPN Bi Monthly Film Festival and The TPN Film Fest Magazine.

The goal of The Peoples Network Music and Film Festivals is to provide an opportunity for filmmakers and musicians to meet their fans. The platform allows them to share their creative works with like minded individuals, industry insiders, and it helps them to create a network in which they can establish a foundation in the industry they choose. The ideal would be a “Working, established community for all filmmakers, writers, directors, actors, producers to earn a living doing what they love”.

The Peoples Network was established in 2008. Collectively they have over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry. They have written and produced over 100 web series, features and short films since 2009. Bobby and Renee Peoples are the founders of The TPN FILM FEST and bimonthly event that that support five local Atlanta filmmakers with help building an audience with financial compensation.

The Peoples are advancing opportunities in the digital and tech sector for the new generation of filmmaker through Cheapflicks TV. Cheapflicks TV allows global online distribution of films that otherwise would not have seen the light of day. CheapflicksTv is a newly released channel app that is available on the Roku device; geared to help independent filmmakers with national distribution on one of North Americas leading video streaming platforms. The Peoples Network (TPN) is also a video production company for hire that helps those with small to medium size budgets to create a tangible product to prepare for distribution.

The Next TPN Film Fest will be held April 10, 2015. The festival will screen these five shorts; “Yield” directed by Cierra Hatchin, “Love and War” directed by Rasheeda Randle, “My Hue of Blue” directed by Kevo Dash, Z-Com directed by Tim Everett, and “Saving Sarah” directed by Justyn Bell. Best Actor nominees include Blayne Michael Ackerman, Tai Anderson, Drake Crossley, Rasheeda Randle, Tim Evverett, Michael Jaegers, Eliza Kelly, Nico Costellano, Valerie Menzel, Herman Spearman, and Thai Cromer.

Information for The People’s Network can be found on their website, for daily updates, submission deadlines and ad rates follow on all social media outlets @thepeoplesnetwork or email

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