The Carolina Film and Video Festival (CFVF), in its 36th year, is the longest-running student-run film festival in North Carolina. This year’s festival widens its lens to explore the arts through the prism of cinema, including live arts performances to highlight film’s collaborative nature.
CFVF 2014 runs Wednesday, Feb. 26, through Saturday, March 1, in UNCG’s Elliott University Center. Visit the festival web site at http://cfvf.uncg.edu/ for a detailed schedule of film screenings and other events, and for information on purchasing tickets.
Organized by students in UNCG’s Department of Media Studies, CFVF showcases the works of emerging filmmakers in the Carolinas, provides networking opportunities for filmmakers and industry professionals and promotes film production in the Carolinas. CFVF 2014 will feature presentations by creative artists and industry professionals, as well as social networking opportunities and screenings of independent films by established and emerging directors.
For more information, contact Keith T. Barber, festival director, at 837-5539 or email@example.com.
By Michelle Hines
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