Juli had the opportunity to talk to John Carter of Bounce AM on WBTV about the upcoming Made In Carolinas 2015 Awards Event. Take a look at the quick interview and don't forget to hurry and get your tickets to the event before they sell out! Click here to get
This morning CFC was interviewed by Mike Collins on Charlotte Talks Radio Show. Juli Emmons and Will Fisher were able to speak to film in Charlotte concerning the 48 Hour Film Project and our very own Made In Carolinas Film Project.
Click here to listen to the interview. Our segment
CHASING GRACE Movie Premiere
Dove.org gave this film 4 out of 5 Doves with a 12+ family-friendly rating!
"Chasing Grace is about the very likable Matheson family who, while portrayed as normal, are trying to cope with being nearly torn apart by grief,"
For those naysayers in Raleigh that have continued to spout the lie that the film industry only takes money from the state and never puts in, I'd like to present Exhibit A:
What more proof could these lawmakers be looking for? If looking at Georgia's booming economy due to the
Charlotte made horror film The Taking of Deborah Logan has been featured as #2 on the TOP 20 HORROR FILMS ON NETFLIX by Ihorror.com
You may remember that CFC threw a red carpet screening of this film in May. The Taking of Deborah Logan features several local actors and local crew.
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
If the rumors are true, it looks like Winona Ryder may very well be making a trip to Wilmington, NC soon to film a new supernatural thriller being made for Netflix.
We are certainly hopeful that North Carolina decides to make it easier for film and television to be made in
Carolina Film Community has put together it's first kickball team and yesterday enjoyed playing it's first game together. With a tie that ran into an extra inning, they ended the game losing by only 1 point to the opposite team. Not bad for the first game!
To see photos of the
Recently, My Carolina Town Magazine featured our young, up and coming stars in an article called "10 Local Rising Stars to Watch". The article features on our Carolina Film Community members that are 18 and younger and gives some insight to
Actors from the AMC television series The Walking Dead are headed to Charleston to give a training class to local actors on how to be the best zombie you can be!
For more information, check out the article from The Southern Casting Call here: http://thesoutherncastingcall.com/2015/05/24/the-z-list-zombie-school-is-finally-coming-to-charleston-sc/#.VWJNgItKU1I.facebook