Charlotte Film Festival

Charlotte, NC – The Fifth Annual Charlotte Film Festival is proud to present a collection of short films by the Students, Faculty and Friends of Central Piedmont Community College’s Film & Video Program.

The showcase event will begin at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 21 at Regal Park Terrace Cinemas on Park Road and will consist of 11 short films by CPCC Students, Faculty and Friends. A Q&A session will be held with the filmmakers following this special community screening.

This homegrown series kicks off a week of more than 50 plus documentary, short and narrative films being shown at this year’s festival beginning on September 20. Tickets can be purchased online at or at the box office the day of the event.

CPCC’s Film and Video Program, called Image Tree Branches, is designed to prepare students to function effectively in the film industry and to help students deal with the realities and challenges of film and video production. The Charlotte Film Festival highlights Image Tree Branches and its budding filmmakers in an effort to support the growing North Carolina film industry at its roots.

The Charlotte Film Festival is a partner of Indie Film Force, a non-profit organization featuring and debuting groundbreaking independent films. Last year’s festival drew more than 2,000 visitors and nearly 100 filmmakers, cast and crew.

For more information about this year’s festival, special events and screenings, contact Keia Mastrianni at 941.587.9912, or at Visit The Charlotte Film Festival on Facebook and on Twitter @CLTFilmFest. To learn more about the Charlotte Film Festival and its partners, visit

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