Registration for The Ghoulish Oktoberfest is open winner will receive $125.00.

The Ghoulish Oktoberfest is a fall themed film festival geared to bringing local South Carolina filmmakers together in order to encourage and promote the growth of film in South Carolina.

Selected filmmakers will be given a genre for their film: comedy, drama, horror, sci-fi, fantasy, etc. and filmmakers MUST set their film during the fall season.

Completed films can be no longer then ten minutes, including the end credits.

Filmmakers MUST be a resident of South Carolina and must provide previous links to their work upon registration.

There is no entry free for participating filmmakers. WINNER RECEIVES $125.O0. 

Register here

Timeline

Registration is opened through Friday, October 6th.

Kick off event will take place Thursday, October 12th.

Films must be submitted to Carolina Film Network on Wednesday, October 25th

The Ghoulish Oktoberfest Screening will be held on Saturday, October 28th.

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Carolina Film Network’s celebrates one year in operation

On Saturday, June 17 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., filmmakers from across the Carolinas will gather at Tapp’s Art Center for the Carolina Film Network’s First Year Anniversary. This event will showcase three films produced by local filmmakers and will include guest speaker Dan Rogers from the South Carolina Film Commission.

Films screening include The Wrong Girl by Dean Ferreira, Glass by Christian Brunetti, and Cartoonish by Ken Cohen. All three films are up for the audience choice award, the winner will screen again during the second quarterly meeting.

Attending the meeting as guest speaker is Dan Rogers from the South Carolina Film Commission. Rogers will be discussing resources South Carolina filmmakers can utilize such as the Indie Grants program, finding the perfect location for your film, and how to register with SCFC’s registry.

Dan Rogers from the South Carolina Film Commission lead the conversation last night discussing the role the SC Film Commission plays with bringing film to South Carolina.

Carolina Film Network is a non-profit organization that promotes local film in the Carolinas. It also serves as a link between entrepreneurs and industry professionals to stimulate economic growth. Carolina Film Network meets once a month in collaboration with Tapp’s Art Center.