Join us for our annual Made In Carolinas Red Carpet event as we celebrate the films and winners of the 2018 film contest, Made In Carolinas: Film Freestyle.
This is an amazing night full of fun and friends where the community comes
The Carolina Film Community's annual film contest Made In Carolinas is still going strong and doing it's part to reach out to the community.
Recently, new CFC member and aspiring film maker Emmett Donelson - age 11, visited the set of Chris Baker's Made In Carolinas film. Baker is a member
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Made In Carolinas is the 6th film contest of it's kind. This year we will also be implementing a student category. See below for Rules and Regulations for both categories:
- Each film will be a short film as well as a silent film. Filmmakers must convey the idea without any
Made in Charlotte 2014: Magic of Movies was the 5th annual Made In Charlotte Film Contest. This year, filmmakers used the theme of magic to create a 5-7 minute long short film. Winner of this film contest was Chris Baker with his short film "Show Me Yours".
Made in Charlotte 2013: For the Sell of It was the 4th annual Made In Charlotte film contest. This time focusing on the art of commercials, ads, and PSA's. Winner of this film contest was Chris Baker with his commercial "Pinata Surprise".
Kid Charlotte 2013 was a film contest geared towards the youth actors of CFC. Each film had to feature child actors, providing them with much needed experience. Winner of this contest was Dalliance Films with their film "HangMan".
Made In Charlotte 2012 is the 3rd annual contest of it's kind and this time changing things up by providing a collaboration between filmmakers and local musicians. The goal of this collaboration was to create a music video that can be used by both filmmaker and musician. Winner of this
Inspire Charlotte film contest was a contest where filmmakers collaborated with local photographers to create a short film. Winner of this contest was Billy Haake and Robert Filion using a photo from photographer Jerry Keys.