What an amazing festival we had this year! It is not even possible for us to put it down in words, so we’ll rely on this incredible video recap from Charleston’s Catch Multimedia. Thank you to everyone that helped make it happen.
Congratulations to our 2013 Charleston International Film Festival Award Winners
Bill Butler, cinematographer on some of the most notable films of the last 4 decades, will receive our first ever Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2013 Festival “Spire” Awards and will be in attendance throughout. Join us in paying homage to Bill for creating so many amazing films and special memories.
The Charleston International Film Festival (CIFF) is a 501(c)3 organization established to entertain, educate, and inspire through the art and science of independent filmmaking. The artists that bring their films to Charleston could have created the most memorable or inspirational film you have ever seen, but without organizations like CIFF they have no immediate access to large a audience to showcase their amazing work. Our organization is driven by public support and donations. Please make yours today.
Thanks (Again) Y’all
Experience the magic of Charleston, Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards “Top City in the World,” as it comes to life in the spring during the Charleston International Film Festival.
Working with writers, directors, and producers through content development, professional counsel, and critical fundraising, Charliewood Pictures is a powerful platform for homegrown filmmaking, while also attracting talented artists from around the world.
Thursday, April 25th – 3PM – Society Hall – Screenplay Table Read – Come listen to veteran actors as they bring to life a selection of scenes submitted by our 10 CIFF screenplay finalists. Get your ticket now (seating is limited)!
Saturday, April 27th – 1PM – Join us for a talkback with Chris Brigham. From Easy Money to Argo: Chris Brigham’s journey from a P.A. in New York to a hollywood powerhouse.
Saturday, April 27th – 3PM -Catching Up with Man Who Can’t Be Caught – A screening of Catch Me If you Can following by Q&A with Frank Abagnale, Jr.