Local Film and Video Festival Kicks Off Tonight

Greensboro, NC — The 2014 Carolina Film & Video Festival (CFVF) will be held Feb.

26 - March 1 on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. This

year, CFVF will showcase the arts through the prism of cinema. Live arts performances

will highlight film's collaborative nature.

For the past 36 years, CFVF has offered the community the opportunity to

experience the work of talented filmmakers working in narrative, documentary,

animation and experimental genres. Our festival is driven by our passion for storytelling

in all its forms. We strive to give filmmakers the chance to connect with audiences and

one another.

CFVF is the longest running film festival in North Carolina, and has stood the test

of time due to its unwavering mission:

? To encourage and promote excellence among student and independent and

commercial film and video artists in the Carolinas by showcasing their works.

? To honor independent and commercial films and videos that feature Carolina

themes, stories, and locale.

? To promote commercial film and video production in the Carolinas.

? To provide programs, workshops, and symposia through which Carolina film and

video artists can share their expertise and skills and study with master artists

from within and outside the region.

? To provide networking among Carolina film and video artists and between the

artists and potential sources of funding, distribution, and exhibition.

? To celebrate the arts of film and video by sharing outstanding work with a diverse

and sophisticated audience.

CFVF 2014 will feature presentations by creative artists and industry

professionals, as well as social networking opportunities and screenings of independent

films by established and emerging directors.

For more information about CFVF, visit: cfvf.uncg.edu

For further info, contact: Keith T. Barber at (336) 837-5539 or email:



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