Short Films on the Red Carpet at the "Festival de Cannes" 2013

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Go Social Film Magazine brings the Cannes International Film Festival short film competitions to the world via the iPhone and iPad.

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We’re honored to bring the stories of these amazing films and filmmakers to our readers. For those who can’t be here in Cannes, this is the next best thing.

Go Social Film Magazine announced this week the release of its “Festival de Cannes Short Film Competitions” special issue which features unprecedented coverage of short films in the official selections for the Short Films Competition and Cinéfondation at the Cannes International Film Festival 2013. The special issue features insightful interviews with short film competition directors from Belgium, France, Iceland, Palestine, Poland, and Romania.

“We’re honored to bring the stories of these amazing films and filmmakers to our readers. For those who can’t be here in Cannes, this is the next best thing,” says Jason Rogan, Artistic Director, Go Social Film Magazine

As part of its Cannes International Film Festival coverage, Go Social Film Magazine also brings readers news from the Cannes Short Film Corner, the place where the entire industry of short films converges during the festival, bringing together directors, producers, film buyers and distributors, and festival programmers.

A unique combination of digital magazine and short film distribution platform, Go Social Film provides an immersive film viewing experience to its mobile audience on the iPad and iPhone. Each month, readers are treated to a selection of short films streamed directly to their Apple mobile devices, along with filmmaker interviews and behind the scenes material revealing how the films were made; all from within the pages of magazine.

Go Social Film Magazine’s “Festival de Cannes Short Film Competitions” Special Issue includes interviews with these nominated filmmakers:

Short Films Competition
Director Adriano Valerio - “37°4 S” - France
Director Arab Nasser - “Condom Lead” - Palestine
Director Elzbieta Benkowska - “Olena” - Poland
Director Gudmundur Arnar Gudmundsson - “Whale Valley” - Iceland

Director Małgorzata Rżanek - “Danse Macabre” - Poland
Director Tudor Jurgiu - “In The Fishbowl” - Romania
Director Sarah Hirtt - “Waiting For The Thaw” - Belgium

In addition to the Festival de Cannes Short Films coverage this latest issue also presents four award winning international films in their entirety along with interviews with their directors. These are:

Director Martin Rosete - “Voice Over” - Spain
Director Torfinn Eversen - “Levi's Horse” - Norway
Director Sonya Kendel - “Pishto Goes Away” - Russia
Director Craig Rosenthal - “Shanghai Love Market” - Australia

Go Social Film Magazine is “iPhone, iPad, and iPad Mini Ready”, and available for free download in the iTunes Store now -

Notes to Editors: 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. 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 and iPad mini.

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 at

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