Enter the Longleaf Film Festival
The North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh is accepting entries for the inaugural Longleaf Film Festival taking place May 2, 2015, which will explore historic and contemporary stories from the state, country and world through narrative and documentary movies. The festival will be presented in conjunction with the museum’s exhibit, “Starring North Carolina!”, about the state’s role in the film industry. The exhibit opens Nov. 15 and runs through Sept. 6, 2015.
Film entries will be accepted through March 1. Each film entered in the middle and high school student category is eligible for the $500 Best Student-Made Film. All submissions will be eligible for the $500 Judges’ Choice award and all films made in North Carolina are eligible for the $500 Made-in-NC award. Prizes will be awarded in five main categories: narrative feature, short narrative, documentary feature, documentary short, and middle and high school student film. Learn more at ncmuseumofhistory.org/llf.aspx.