IRL the Series is a Semi-Finalist at LA Cinefest!


I am thrilled and excited to announce that IRL the Series has been chosen as a semi-finalist in the Los Angeles Cinefest Film Festival!


IRL (In Real Life) is a web series about the intersection of social media culture with contemporary life in 12 unique episodes between 5 – 8 minutes in length. The episodes work as individual creative experiences – or a larger, linear narrative experience (when watched sequentially).

Utilizing the less popular style of anthology, each episode of IRL the Series has a different genre, style, tone and POV of the pervasive social media culture that has infiltrated society.


The festival is organized by Mark Mos, Los Angeles based Kodak Entertainment Imaging Awarded filmmaker and Film Premieres organizer. Mark has organized premieres such as Oscar’s Awarded “Gladiator” (Russell Crowe), “Mission Impossible 2” (Tom Cruise), “Gone in 60 seconds” (Nicholas Cage, Angelina Jolie), “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” (Jim Carrey), and much more. Mark is also a filmmaker; he has master’s degree in TV and Film Production. His films were shown on film festivals in cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago or Salt Lake City and also European countries.

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