Ongoing effort to make Chattanooga a true film city
After a very succesful first year, the second annual Chattanooga Film Festival is slated for April 2-5 of next year at the Carmike Majestic and other locations around Chattanooga. And if you want to see your movie in the festival (or at least get it considered by the event organizers), submissions are now being accepted through FilmFreeway.
The inaugural Chattanooga Film Festival saw nearly 4,000 visitors attend films, education panels, the opening ceremony, various parties and the closing night and awards ceremony.
Having added a third screen at the Majestic 12, the festival will present 21 feature films and 30 shorts to packed halls over its four-day run.
Last year’s highlights included Audience Award Winner “Why Don’t You Play in Hell,” and early screenings of high-profile festival circuit darlings from Michel Gondry’s “Mood Indigo” to Sundance favorites “The Raid 2” and “The Congress.”
For more information on how to submit, visit filmfreeway.com/festival/ChattanoogaFilmFest.