Everything starts with the Pitch. Boiling down your great story idea to its key elements in a succinct, compelling presentation. Without this skill, filmmakers won’t get very far. On May 4 at 2 PM, South Carolina writers and other production professionals will get to see this process first hand at the WIDE ANGLE PITCH CONFERENCE at Trident Technical College.
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SUBMISSIONS DUE JUNE 24
Almost ten years ago, Indie Grants began funding and producing short film projects by South Carolina filmmakers. As the only program in the nation supporting short filmmaking at this level, Indie Grants is on the forefront of the independent film community, providing funding, top-notch professional development and production training. Read More »
Deadline for the 2019 South Carolina Young Filmmakers Project is coming up fast. High school filmmakers have until March 8 to upload their short film entries!
Participating is fun and easy. Each entry should be two minutes or less, include a compass as a prop, and tell a story in any genre. First Prize receives $500, Second Prize $300, and Third Prize $200.
Entries will be scored by a panel of independent judges based on the criteria described at the link above. Top Ten scorers will screen at a special screening at The Nickelodeon Theater in Columbia, where winners will be announced.
Use your imagination! Be clever and creative! Most importantly, tell a story. South Carolina Young Filmmakers could win cash, prizes and a spot on the red carpet!