RedZone

  • What is RedZone?
    • It is a zone for the Sponsors of the festival to display their brand, products and services.

      Receptions and After Parties take place in the RedZone. They lead to the Awards Ceremony on Sunday Dec 11
      Receptions and After Parties take place in the RedZone. They lead to the Awards Ceremony on Sunday Dec 11
    • Also called the Red Carpet zone.
  • Who is it for?
    • It is for the Sponsors of the festival.
    • It is a free space for everyone to stop by.
    • At times, some sections maybe accessible by invitation only.
    • It is also for receptions and after parties.
  • Where is it?
    • It is inside the Yellow zone, next to the Black&White zone.
  • When is it accessible?
    • Once you are in Yellow zone, you can access it. No restrictions to visit, except as regulated.
  • How is it accessed?
    • Sponsors and VIPs with their All-Access-Ground-Pass. Visitors admitted to Yellow zone are free to visit it anytime. No additional pass is required.
REDZONE is where everything takes place!

“Citizen Shimon,” “The Kid from Detroit,” “America’s Son: JFK Jr,” and “Maestro at Home” documentaries will be celebrated with receptions. All in the RedZone.

Santa Rosa and Mt. San Jacinto after-parties will take place at the RedZone.

As of October, more than a dozen country will attend premier year. Some of them plan to hold their receptions. “Citizen Havel” is one of these documentaries, representing Czeck Republic. Reception for this documentary is planned for Saturday, December 10.

DocuFilm also plans to release 20 minutes long documentaries. One one Michael Jackson. Another one may be on autism. A third maybe on one of the native American nations. DocuFilm plans to work with Morongo, Agua Caliente, Pechanga and San Manuel native-American nations.