The Charlotte 48 Hour Film Project

Get Ready for An Amazing Challenge!

Local Charlotte filmmakers gather together for the most epic filmmaking weekend this town has ever experienced. Filmmakers are divided into teams in which they must write, shoot, direct, edit and score a 7 minutes short film in only 48 hours!

It's an intense and emotional roller-coaster ride of a weekend. The best part? Filmmakers will have their films screened in front of a live audience of over 500 people! Join us to watch the efforts of local filmmakers come together in a night of film on August 26th and 27th.

Las Vegas Black Film Festival

The LVBFF is primarily organized to celebrate the works of Black Filmmakers from all over the world. Making a Black Impact on the Big Screen!
AND Now...
After 5 successful years and an Overwhelming Positive response from independent filmmakers, filmActors and filmLOVERS from DIVERSE ethnic backgrounds across the Nation, ...
As the FOUNDER of this Magnificent Event ... I am proud to announce that the 6th Annual Las Vegas Black Film Festival proudly welcomes INTERNATIONAL films from ALL over the WORLD.

Ogeechee International History Film Festival

The Ogeechee International History Film Festival (O.I.H.F.F.) had its inaugural year in 2017. Dr. Micheal Van Wagenen and Graduate Assistant Regan Everett decided to start the O.I.H.F.F. in Statesboro, Georgia. The festival would become a collaboration project between the GSU History Department and the Statesboro Visitors and Convention Bureau (SCVB). At the time of the festival’s conception, the only festival like it was the American Historical Associations Festival which was invitational only.