Indie Grants Screening on Nov 13

A mix of cinematic genres and styles collide on November 13 at the Cannon St. Arts Center in Charleston, with a free screening of the most recent Indie Grants short films. The program will start at 6pm and be immediately followed by Q&A with the filmmakers and reception.
 
Indie Grants is a training and professional development program for independent filmmakers and other production professionals in South Carolina. It produces high-quality narrative projects that have screened at festivals such as Sundance, Tribeca, Palm Springs, Austin, Stiges, San Mediera, Dragoncon, and hundreds more.
 
“No other state in this country has a program like this,” said Indie Grants Producer Brad Jayne. “It’s proven to be a powerful way to show off the production community we have here in South Carolina.”
 
“This screening will really celebrate that,” continued Matt Storm, Director of the South Carolina Film Commission. “These are inspired stories made by our state’s talented filmmakers, and this is a great opportunity to see them.”
 
The screening is free and open to the public. Secure your spot here:
Short films screening include:
 
TALK BLACK
HBO Short Film Award Finalist
Destiny Macon
A timid engineer develops a wild and expressive split personality as she deals with the boys’ club at work.
 
THE MANAGER POSITION
Craig Trow
With no job on the horizon and nowhere to go, Phillip returns to his abandoned office building. Where his world starts to open up in unexpected ways.
 
DAY PASS
Cole Stamm
Out on a day pass from her addiction rehab, Teri is determined to avoid a difficult conversation about her illness by winning her daughter a stuffed bear.
 
THE OBSCURE CHARM OF LOSS
Justin Urban and Jacob Cleveland
A moment of great turmoil reveals illuminating (re)connections.
 
THE WAGES OF SIN
Gunner Willis & Andrew Eakle
A middle-aged widow is blackmailed by her dead husband.