Please join us for the Made In Carolinas Film Contest Screening event on September 12 at Studio Movie Grille in the Epicentre!
The red carpet event will begin at 6 pm with photos and drinks before going into the theatre and watching the competing films.
While watching the films the audience, YOU,
On April 4th, CFC will be celebrating it's 8th year of being together with a great night of fun, film, friends, food, prizes, games and more!
We will begin the night at 7 pm at Dilworth Neighborhood Grille. There will be a red carpet for photo ops so if you want
Come be a part of the biggest event that Carolina Film Community holds each year!
On September 13th, we will be holding our 7th annual red carpet screening of the Made In Carolinas Film Project entries. At 7 pm we will enter the theater and watch each film then (using a smart
The Made in Carolinas Film Project 2016: Script to Screen has been announced and filmmakers are working hard to bring their interpretation of the script to life.
CFC Founder, Juli Emmons, was recently given the opportunity to visit a film set where filmmaker Jack Miller and his team were hard at
It's that time again!
We've spent another year meeting together, creating film, and growing as a community. It's time to celebrate!
Don't miss our annual April celebration where we meet to watch some films, play some film related games, give away prizes, take photos on the red carpet and more!
It's a party,
With the support of John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Carolina Film Community, Sundance Institute will be presenting CHARLOTTE SHORTSLAB - an educational master class that will be held in the city for the first time in early April 2016 (the exact date is TBD).
Have you ever wondered what it takes to go from regular every day "Joe" to a flesh-eating zombie? Well, the students at Parkwood High School got the chance to find out. In a personal and interactive event as part of their Student Enrichment Event, FX artists Gregory Hewitt (Face/Off)
Carolina Film Community will be hosting a night at the Charlotte Film Festival on September 30th starting at 7:30 pm (doors open at 7 pm).
On this night, we will showcase a series of films by local filmmakers Aaron Longstreth, Chris Baker, Eric Bridenstine, Kathy Taylor, and Paul Streiner. There will
Be a part of this exciting event where local NC/SC filmmakers are recognized for their hard work and the winners of the film project are announced.
Audience members will even have the chance to vote for their favorite films at the event to decide the winner of VIEWER'S CHOICE AWARD.
Be a sponsor of the Made In Carolinas Film Project 2015!
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