January 23, 2015—Mountain View, Calif. and Park City, Utah—Blue Jeans Network, the global leader in cloud-based video collaboration services, will hold an advance screening of the highly anticipated world premiere of "Most Likely to Succeed," a feature-length documentary that follows students, teachers, and parents at a fundamentally different high school – San Diego's High Tech High – that rethinks what it means to be an educated young adult in the 21st century.
Blue Jeans will take to the stage with director Greg Whiteley on Monday, Jan. 26, at 11:30 a.m. MT, as he premieres his poignant exposé that examines the intersect of innovation and America's obsolete education system. The Sundance Film Festival will screen the film in Park City to High Tech High for the students, parents and teachers to get a first look at the film. Blue Jeans Primetime will allow viewers to join in a conversation with the film's director and the student stars in real time following the film screening.
Who:Blue Jeans And Sundance Film Festival
What:Advance Screening and Q&A of "Most Likely to Succeed"
When:Monday, January 26th at 11:30 a.m. MT
About Blue Jeans Network
At Blue Jeans Network, our mission is to make video communications as easy and pervasive as audio communications, enabling more effective collaboration at work, at home, and on the road. Our cloud-based conferencing service makes this possible by enabling customers to connect with each other seamlessly anytime, anywhere, and from practically any device. The Blue Jeans Network extends high quality video communications beyond the traditional boundaries of specialized conference rooms and into the mainstream, allowing individuals and employees throughout an enterprise to interact more effectively with each other, and with their customers, partners, suppliers, family, and friends. Blue Jeans Network is a private company headquartered in Mountain View, California. For more information go to: https://bluejeans.com or follow the company @BlueJeansNet