San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 09, 2013
Go Social Film brings the short films at the Toronto International Film Festival into focus with unparalleled coverage of the Short Cuts Canada 2013 competition films and filmmakers. The multimedia film magazine introduces readers to the competition filmmakers through personal interviews, film clips, and connects filmmakers and film fans via social media, all within the pages of the magazine.
Eighteen of the Short Cuts Canada 2013 competition filmmakers share their behind-the-scenes stories about the creation of their films, as well as personal insights on film and the short film industry. Featured filmmakers include Oscar winner, Chris Landreth (“Ryan”, 2004) as well as Oscar nominated and Palm Springs International ShortFest winners Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski (“Madame Tutli-Putli", 2007). This issue marks the first occasion that the magazine has dedicated an entire issue to a single film festival and country, the Short Cuts Canada competition and short films of Canada.
“With this issue, our goal is to bring a taste of TIFF to our readers around the world and also create a valuable resource for short film lovers attending the festival.” Jason Rogan, Artistic Director, Go Social Film Magazine.
Each month Go Social Film magazine shares with it’s readers a wide selection of international award winning films, enabling them to watch whole short films inside the magazine on their mobile devices.
"Go Social Film Magazine is one of the most innovative and immersive magazines going. It not only takes you into the world of cinema, but it gives you an experience unlike any other I've come across." Jeremy Lalonde, director “Out”.
TIFF Short Cuts Canada 2013 Filmmakers Interviewed:
Director Johnny Ma - “A Grand Canal”
Director Sol Friedman - “Beasts in the Real World”
Director Maciek Szczerbowski, Chris Lavis - “Cochemare”
Director Alix Lambert and Sam Chou - “CRIME: Joe Loya - The Beirut Bandit”
Director Bruce Alcock - “Impromptu”
Director Gregory Smith - “Method”
Director Walter Woodman and Patrick Cederberg - “Noah”
Director Alexander Carson - “Numbers and Friends”
Director Jeremy Lalonde - “Out”
Director Fantavious Fritz - “Paradise Falls”
Director Marie Clements - “Pilgrims”
Director Jean-Francoise Asselin - “Remember Me (Mémorable moi)”
Director Trevor Cornish - “Roland”
Director Eva Cvijanovik - “Seasick”
Director Chris Landreth - “Subconscious Password”
Director Claire Blanchet - “The End of Pinky”
Director Stephen Dunn - “We Wanted More”
DirectorJames Wilkes - “Young Wonder”
Full Length Films Playing In This Month’s Issue:
Director Maciek Szczerbowski, Chris Lavis - “Madame Tutli-Putli”
Director Stephen Dunn - “Life Doesn’t Frighten Me”
Director Eva Cvijanovik - “Once Upon a Many Time”
Go Social Film Magazine is “iPhone and iPad Mini Ready”, and available worldwide for free download in the iTunes Store now - http://www.iPadFilmMag.com
About Go Social Film Magazine:
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 mobile devices, along with filmmaker interviews and behind the scenes material revealing how the films were made; all from within the pages of magazine.
“Bringing You The Best Short Films From Around The World, Straight To Your iPad and iPhone.” 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 iPhone.
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 http://www.GoSocialFilmMagazine.com.