Entertaining Wilmington for 17 Years


The Cape Fear Independent Film Network is dedicated to promoting independent film and preserving the Cape Fear region’s rich film history.

Wilmington Film Museum (Project)

The latest Wilmington Film Museum exhibit is now open in Hannah S. Block Community Arts Center at 120 S. 2nd Street. This exhibit is free to the public and features Summer Blockbusters, the work of Stephen King, The Handmaid’s Tale and much more.  See the Community Arts Center website for hours of operation.

Cape Fear Independent Film Festival

Our 17th Annual film festival was an absolute blast! Great movies, great audience and a great time was had by all. Special thanks to all of the volunteers that helped make this happen and all of the filmmakers who showed up in support of their movies. Check out the acceptance video from the makers of HALFWAY TO ZEN which took home the award for Best Feature Film.  Click on the festival link to a list of all winners.  Call for entries for the 2018 Film Festival open September 1st.

CFIFN Presents:

Reel Wilmington

Reel Wilmington is an ongoing film series hi-lighting films made in The Cape Fear region.  It’s a display of Our shared rich film history. Our rained out screening of “Happy Gilmore” will be rescheduled for the fall. Click here for details.


Welcome to the home of The Cape Fear Independent Film Network – a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization. dedicated to the production, promotion and presentation of the film arts in the Cape Fear region.  CFIFN provides educational opportunities for members wishing to learn about the film-making process and develop new skills in related areas of production.  The group also host the annual Cape Fear Independent Film Festival which brings new and independent artistic visions to the local community.  CFIFN takes special notice of North Carolina filmmakers, highlighting their works and the film festival and other events.