Darren Miller (Writer, Producer) is a comedian, writer, actor, and producer in New York City. He recently co-founded Melge Media, a full survice multi-media production house and social media machine. He is a co-founder and contributing editor of Melge Magazine, and an editor-at-large and featured author for Anderbo.com.
Darren enjoys Reuben sandwiches and Endurance Vitamin Water.
Paul Briganti (Writer, Producer, Director) is a video director and writer in New York City.
Paul has directed over 150 videos for LandlineTV, a production company he co-founded in 2008. He has also directed videos for College Humor, AOL, and MSN. His work has been seen on Comedy Central, ABC, and Bravo.
Paul attended the School of Visual Arts, where he started sketch group Bleak! Comedy. Since then, Bleak! has headlined The National College Comedy Festival for two years in a row, and has had a year long winning streak at UCB's competitive sketch show, Backyard Brawl. He also performs in his improv group Johnny Cash Money.
Paul's favorite movie is Back To The Future.
Kevin Mead (Writer, Producer, Director) is a writer, director, and actor of comedic films and plays, both long and short. He is a co-founder of Melge Media, a full service multi-media production house and social media machine. He creates and performs sketch, video, and improv comedy with his groups Mike Duffy, beast., kevinanddarrendotcom, and Butts. Kevin attended the George Washington University, where he was a member of the comedy group receSs. this is not his website, but if we work together, we can take down the false Kevin Mead and return this territory to its rightful owner.
Also, use this Facebook invite to get those people who aren’t on G+ to the festival. This will really give a boost to the festival and you might finally be able to get your friends to understand why you have been loving Google+ so much. They might actually join us here. http://www.facebook.com/events/281483911895214/
Congratulations to the 18 short films that have been selected. The schedule of films are listed below. Most if not all the filmmakers will be in attendance!
How it all works: Each block of 6 films will be streamed live at http://VidCastNetwork.com, and then a Google+ Hangout will be streamed with the filmmakers in attendance for a question and answer session immediately following the films.
A moderator will field questions for the filmmakers via chat from the audience on VidCastNetwork. You will also be able to post your questions for the filmmakers on a comment thread located at the +Unofficial Google+ Film Festival page. In order to participate in the chat on VidCastNetwork, you will need to create a free account at VidCastNetwork.com (through Justin.tv).
At the end of each hour, 6 new films will be shown with the new filmmakers in attendance.
At approximately 11:30 p.m. E.S.T., the Google+ Hangout will be opened to additional people and then the public.
Unofficial Google+ Film Festival Programming
Short Film Block 1: Saturday December 3, 2011 at 8 p.m. E.S.T. (GMT -5) “Nuit Blanche” by Arev Manoukian from +Spy Films “Sebastian’s Voodoo” by +Joaquin Baldwin “Frankie and Toby - Snack Attack” by +Dennis Barahona “Hayaku: A Time Lapse Journey Through Japan” by +Brad Kremer “UNIPSYCHO: A Documentary” by +David Howe “La Cosecha (The harvest)” by +Daniel Garco
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