Here are our upcoming events
The Full Bloom Film Festival will take place this year from September 13th – 15th in and around Historic Downtown Statesville. We’ll be screening Friday 9/14 @ 3:15 (212 S. Center Street). You can see what other films will be screening by clicking their Facebook page here. One film, which we caught at the Down East Flick Fest, is a must-see, especially for West Wing fans. It’s Up to Snuff and it’s awesome.
Friday, September 28 @ 7PM we’ll be screening at the Charlotte Film Festival. In 2006, the Charlotte Film Festival was created to give established and emerging filmmakers a weekend festival to showcase their works for industry peers and avid enthusiasts of independent film. All films screen at the Ayrsley Cinemas.
On Sunday, Sept. 30 at 4PM we’ll screen at the Footcandle Film Festival. All of the screenings take place in the 400 seat Drendle Auditorium at the Salt Box in Hickory. The address is 243 3rd Ave NE, Hickory, NC 28601. Tickets will be on sale August 6th at the FCFF website.
From the festival website: The Footcandle Film Festival is designed to bring unique, challenging and entertaining films to Western North Carolina every September. The festival is being held by the founders and members of the Footcandle Film Society, a 650-member group dedicated to screening and discussing films on a monthly basis. The society was formed in late 2007 by Alan Jackson & Chris Frye. The inaugural film festival was held in September of 2015.
There will be lots of great films are screening throughout the weekend.
We are excited to be making our West Coast Premiere at the United Nations Association Film Festival in Palo Alto, CA. This year’s theme TOMORROW? continues our two decades long celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, emphasizing the complexity of our current moment and exploring possible paths emanating from it into the future.
As one of the oldest solely documentary film festivals in the US, UNAFF has grown and earned the respect of audiences and filmmakers alike for its fearless independence and integrity. In addition to providing early outlets for films, many of which later went on to win major awards and accolades, UNAFF prides itself in creating a community forum with year-round programs for discovery and dialogue about different cultures, issues and solutions. We’ll be screening (location TBA) on Oct. 22.
As always, if you attend any of our screenings be sure to say hello and vote for us in the Audience Choice Award!
Check back soon to find out where else the film will be screening!
Greg Taylor – Ghost
tells the story of Greg’s time in prison and his lost relationship with his daughter.
Footage that’s not in IPOJ!
You can stream ($3.99) or download ($9.99) Ghost by clicking the link below.
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