Who are we?
- Producers and directors
- Film and television crew
- Actors and voice-over talent
- Vendors and suppliers
- Your neighbors, friends and relatives
The Carolina Film Alliance is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to building the motion picture, television and creative digital media industries in South Carolina.
Through the expansion of effective South Carolina Film incentives to attract film, television, and commercial projects to our state, we can grow the economy.
South Carolina is home to hundreds of film and television professionals. This is a unique opportunity to build connections that build careers in the industry.
Thanks to the SC Film Commission and its connections with award winning television and film professionals, invaluable skills are learned both on-set and in the classroom.
Join us in creating new opportunities for South Carolinians in the film and television industry
When Alexander “AJ” Jennings was offered a job on the Netflix series “Outer Banks,” he was “over the moon,” his mother, LuJean Jennings, said.
But tragedy struck early July 5. As the actor was walking on Sol Legare Road near Crozet Drive on James Island, he was struck by two different vehicles, authorities say. He later died at Medical University of South Carolina.
“When given an opportunity, deliver excellence and never quit.”
― Robert Rodriguez
Become a member. Join us in our mission to advocate for jobs created by the film and television industry in South Carolina.
AtomaCon is an annual 3-day media convention held in Charleston, South Carolina. Atomacon Film Festival has had a successful first three years, we’re happy to return for 2023!
In addition to 3 days of films, enjoy our Media Arts programming track. Meet and greet with industry veterans and media experts with over 20 hours of panels, screenings, and Q+As.
Thank you to our generous supporters of the SC film and television community