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Congratulations to Party Girl Plus One for being honored at LAWebFest’s 2011 Web Series Festival with Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series.

But the BIGGER news of the night was being honored with an Official Selection to the Marseille WebFest 2011 to be held in Marseille, France October 14 – 16, 2011.

The Marseille WebFest is the first of it’s kind in Europe to honor and showcase web series from around the world. The sister web series festival to Michael Ajawke Jr.’s LAWebFest, which was held at the Stage 52 Theater in Los Angeles March 25 – 27, 2011, selected 9 web series to join them in France.

Among them was Party Girl Plus One, which just completed Season One with it’s 11th episode entitled “Booty Calls.”

Stay tuned for more information and the list of winners on this global journey that will wake the world up to Party Girl Plus One and the future of web series.

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Congratulations to Party Girl Plus One for being accepted for the second year in a row into the LAWebFest Web Series Festival 2011.

LAWEBFEST salutes the power of the Internet and the fact that it is the most influential visual medium since the invention of television.

The internet has forever changed the way we live. Programming designed for the Internet is poised to do the same thing.

Even though over 70% of all Americans are online, that doesn’t mean they are all hip to web shows. In fact, studies show that while more people than ever are tuning into “webvision,” most Americans are not. How we get people to realize that they have more options than broadcast tv and cable? By inviting them out for the day or night to a beautiful theater to watch multiple episodes of a web series on the big screen. Most web series creators have never seen their shows up on the big screen.

The result is three days of web series and workshops called the Los Angeles Web Series Festival– a first of it’s kind in LA, the United States and, quite possibly, the world.

“We don’t care if you’re studio-financed, an industry veteran who’s just experimenting, an independent producer, or a Regular Joe or Josephine who doesn’t work or live in Hollywood but made something you’re proud of— we welcome you to submit,” says LAWEBFEST Founder and Executive Director Michael Ajakwe, Jr. A former public relations copywriter and sportswriter.
Ajakwe has spent the last 20 years writing and producing for a myriad of showbiz news and variety shows, sitcoms and dramas like Entertainment Tonight, Talk Soup, Martin, Eve, Sister Sister, The Brothers Garcia, Soul Food, Steve Harvey’s Big Time and currently cabler TV One’s Love That Girl. He’s also a web series creator.

“The web series is the most exciting form of visual entertainment since television. It is truly a people’s medium and some people are making some really cool shows on the web. LAWEBFEST wants to showcase some of these gems and hear from the resourceful people who are making them and starring in them and programming them and trying to successfully adapt them into other mediums like film, tv and theater,” added the published playwright and award-winning filmmaker.

The inaugural 2010 LAWEBFEST drew 2500 web series fans to Stage 52 over three days. Fifty different web series were screened followed by Q & A sessions with each creative team. Special tributes honored TV and film star Robert Townsend’s Diary Of A Single Mom, NBC.com’s CTRL and Sony’s The Bannen Way. Several web series experts, studio and production company executives, independent producers, actors, and SAG and WGA reps participated in workshops and panel discussions. At the end of the fest, awards were bestowed on 28 shows spanning 22 different categories. But Ajakwe maintains LAWEBFEST is not about the awards.

“LAWEBFEST is about celebrating the magic and power of the web series. Most of the people who make web shows have never seen them projected on a big screen or watched them with a large audience,” the NAACP Award-winning playwright, theater producer and Emmy-winning TV producer stressed.

“They’ve never heard feedback from a live audience. A lot of the people who came last year had never even seen a web series. When they left the theater, they began following these shows at home, on their laptops and cell phones,” Ajakwe pointed out.

To submit your series or more information of LAWebFest, click here.  Facebook LAWebFest here!

Good luck to all the submissions!

Posted by Party Girl On March - 6 - 2011 Promote Your Gig Here
LAWebFest Logo Congratulations to Party Girl Plus One for being awarded three awards at this years LAWebFest:
Outstanding Achievement in a Comedy Series

Outstanding Achievement for Writing in a Comedy Series

Outstanding Achievement Lead Actress in a Comedy or Drama Series

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