It will show that not all hope is lost for people who love to make films in North Carolina and pursue a career in the field without having to be forced to travel, while also promoting through their work the beauty and rich cultural heritage of this state both nationally and internationally.
- Allow for the development of new studios within the region, within or close to cities like Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh and Wilmington. - Allow more people currently/permanently residing in NC to pursue careers in the film industry close to home without having to be forced to travel far to other major film industries based in California or New York - Allow people who are…
Tennessee native, UNC-Asheville graduate, Asheville multi-artist, multi-activist & philosopher.…Read More
I have been involved mainly as an extra and production assistant on some feature films produced and shot locally in Asheville, NC - beginning in 2008, and with added participation in filmmaking events like the Asheville 48 HR. Film Project - but the experience of actively taking part in something…Read More
Lights, camera... action? The independent film scene in Asheville, NC - including a shoot seen here held by StoryPoint Media back in 2013 -…Read More