May 30th, 2018 – Matthews, NC – Everyone loves the colour and transformation that festivals bring with them, especially film festivals. The Carolina Film Festival (CFF) is pleased to announce that the institution’s forthcoming Festival which will take place by 3:00pm on October 13th 2018 at the Hance auditorium, in Johnson & Wales University, Charlotte NC, is open for entries.
CFF is an institution which provides scaffold for talented filmmakers to showcase their works and be celebrated for it. Entries into the Carolina Film Festival will be made via FilmFreeway.com (the world’s best online submission platform). The event which will be hosted by actress Hope Jordan, has the following categories in which entries are open to — Best Short, Best Trailer, Best Drone, Best Music Video, Most Creative and Best Director.
During the event, there will be special guest appearances from the film industry in the Carolina Film Festival’s Q&A panel. Stars like Joslyn Hall (an actress from FX’s critically acclaimed show “Atlanta”), and Marcus Small (film director who worked on projects for MTV and Grammy artist such as T-Pain, and Flo-Rida) will be present. The latter, a talented fellow who has had a hand in the production of numerous reality shows for major networks including Bravo, MTV, CMT and more. The production of the Lifetime network show, “Bringing up ballers” is credited to Marcus Small. One more guest primed to be present on the day is Eric Small (a film producer whose work has been screened on Netflix, BET & TVOne).
The CFF will also be giving out a humanitarian award to Tonya Rivens, non-profit owner and radio and television news personality. There will also be musical performances by Grammy Award Nominee — Arnetta Murril-Crooms and Rhythm of Gospel Award Nominee —Alfred Clemonts.
President of the festival, Oliver Jesse Crooms IV had this to say about CFF, “We are still accepting films, you can learn more and submit films on our website. We welcome various kinds of films from all over the globe.”
To learn more about Carolina Film Festival and to submit a film for the institution’s forthcoming Festival, please visit the Carolina Film Festival via www.CarolinaFilmFestival.com or call (704) 806-6978.
About Carolina Film Festival
The Carolina Film Festival (CFF) is an institution committed to enhance the love of filmmaking by providing a platform where cinematic works from remarkable filmmakers are celebrated and awarded. The institution prides itself in having a unique appreciation for forward-thinking and innovative filmmakers as well as individuals who dare to take the art to unprecedented levels. Their goal is to further inspire and motivate all artists, from the top executive to the amateur film student, and anyone in-between.
The Carolina Film Festival welcomes a diverse collection of ideas, cultures, and viewpoints in the global film community. CFF is a platform to not only honor CFF nominees, but to give all participants the opportunity to expand their network as well as develop their knowledge of the industry through various Workshops and Q&A sessions with industry leading guests. The 1st annual CFF will take place in North Carolina.
Contact Person: Oliver Jesse Crooms IV
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Address:8102 Woodward Oak Cir. 1536
State: NC 28105
Country: United States