With rumors of an iPad mini being just months away, it’s time to start planning what apps, books and magazines you’ll have on it.
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) September 12, 2012
Launched at the Cannes Film Festival in May, and with it’s third magazine issue now available for free download, Go Social Film is quickly becoming the digital destination for film lovers looking to scratch their cinematic itch by taking in a quick short film or two from countries as varied as the United States, Russia, Italy, Czech Republic, France, UK, South Africa, to name a few.
Each regular issue of Go Social Film iPad magazine features five or more short films. Magazine readers can stream the films to their iPads for viewing. An internet connection is required for streaming and since the films are not stored locally, they don’t take up storage space on reader iPads.
The magazine also includes interviews with each featured director, where they explore themes related to the films, and take readers behind the scenes to read stories about the development of the film, production, and beyond. Readers appreciate the level of appreciation paid to the films selected, and the filmmaker interviews.
“Saw this app advertised at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and decided to check it out. So glad I did. I've been enjoying free short films on the convenience of my iPad for a week now. Apps like these are great for filmmakers or anyone interested in short films in general. Looking forward to next months issue. Thanks Go Social!” iTunes review by BThoms
Connecting readers and filmmakers together via social media is an integral part of the Go Social Film experience. Pages of the magazine are hyperlinked to various filmmaker social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, allowing readers to send messages to filmmakers and post film related comments on their pages. This encourages a unique two-way dialogue between the filmmakers and their audience members.
Benefitting from new iPad features such as the retina display and extended battery life, Go Social Film allows film lovers to enjoy festival quality short films on the go, and interact with filmmakers and other film fans at the same time.
“With rumors of an iPad mini being just months away, it’s time to start planning what apps, books and magazines you’ll have on it. Film lovers make sure that Go Social Film magazine is on your list!” Nadzeya Huselnikava, CEO/ co-founder of GSFM Go Social LLC.
About Go Social Film Magazine:
“Bringing You The Best Short Films From Around The World, Straight To Your iPad.”
Go Social Film Magazine is published by Go Social LLC. Each month readers are treated to a variety of short films from filmmakers around the world, and are taken behind the scenes to meet the filmmakers and learn about the production of their films through exclusive interviews, unseen footage, and interactive multimedia articles.
Go Social Film Magazine’s mission is to seek out talented international filmmakers with unique and compelling short films, and bring them to a global audience via the iPad.
The Go Social Film iPad Magazine App is available for free download in the iTunes Store now -http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gs-film-mag/id524555282?ls=1&mt=8
Featured short films in Issue #3 of Go Social Film include:
“Urka Burka” Drama
Producer Angelo D’Agostino, Italy
Directors Olga and Tatiana Poliektova, Russia
“La Noche Se Acaba El Dia” Drama
Director Ianis Guerrero, Mexico
“One Step Forward” Comedy
Directors Joel Marsh and Ben Crowell, United States
“Will There Be Blood?” Comedy
Director Alexander Eden, United Kingdom
About Go Social LLC:
Go Social LLC is a San Francisco based publishing and social media marketing company with partners in New York and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
For more information contact Nadzeya Huselnikava at nadzeya at gosocialfilm dot com or visit their website http://www.GoSocialFilmMagazine.com.