Charlotte Film Lab is the newest series which aims to provide a viewing ground for innovative, artistic and truthful cinematic works as well as an intimate conversation with the creators of the films in a unique setting built around their work screened. Supporters of the Saturday Night Cine Club will love the opportunity to be able to speak with the films’ creators to find out what motivated their decisions and to hear tales of the production not seen in the final works. Fans of the Back Alley Film Series will also enjoy seeing a wide array of truly independent films, often shown by the directors who travel with their films in tow and share their story one crowd at a time.
Films screened range from documentaries to all narrative genres, as well as short and feature-length timeframes. Filmmakers looking for a unique screening environment with an attentive and supportive crowd have found a great screening home in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the series hopes to continue building relationships with the filmmakers who pass through in their future work and beyond.
Continue to visit this webpage, as well as the Facebook page for screening updates, and we hope you’ll join us on our next cinematic adventure!
Additional support for the Charlotte Film Society is provided by Knight Foundation, which supports transformational ideas that promote quality journalism, advance media innovation, engage communities and foster the arts.
Visit: KnightFoundation.org for more information.
Check out our amazing filmmakers and exclusive interviews:
My Name is Paul-July 2014
From the Back of the Line-August 2014
Finding Vivian Maier-December 2014 (Oscar Nominated)
Private Violence-May 2015
Sugarcane Shadows (Partnership with International House)-June 2015
I Am a Knife with Legs-June 2015
Call Me Lucky-August 2015
Raiders!: The Greatest Fan Film Ever Made-August 2016