While many wonderful things are currently taking place to again boost the film industry in NC, unfortunately the state is still not getting the bites from production companies that it had originally hoped. Due to several reasons, production companies are not yet committing to NC as a place to bring their
"Instead of pursuing our dreams elsewhere, we have decided to come home and reinvest our time and resources into growing an infrastructure that will sustain filmmaking on the East Coast.”-Jake Camp Read more about what Camp and co. are up to here!
Studio South president, Bert Hesse and the Catawba Nation is coming together to build a $350 million state of the art studio complex in Rock Hill, SC just south of Charlotte, NC. The studio will have three distinct stages: sound stages, and educational component, and retail/restaurants. To see the full story, click
Exciting news! The founder and president of Carolina Film Community, Juli Emmons was recently voted as Favorite Sexiest Local Woman of 2015. Juli is so grateful for the support that she’s received from the community over the years, as well as the kind responses on her win. For the full article, and all
Chris Baker and Adam Franklin, both members of the Carolina Film Community's Advisory Board took time in the last couple of weeks to visit Winthrop University. Specifically, they visited fellow Advisory Board Member, Eric Ho and his Graphic Design Class. In the class, students have been given an assignment to take