2018 Festival Saturday June 16th

2018 CAPE FEAR INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL

SATURDAY – JUNE 16th

12:30 PM   Main Stage

(NOT) FAKE NEWS DOCUMENTARIES

  • Gen-X

    Robert Cummins and the Dogma Cape Fear Filmmaking Collective take an in-depth look at the controversy surrounding the dumping of the chemical......

  • Six:Eight

    SIX:EIGHT is a documentary examining the intersection of race, law enforcement, justice and faith in the Triangle area of Raleigh,......

  • Somewhere In Beulah Land

    A portrait documentary about a young farmer and his first year learning how to love & care for a piece......

  • Supremos (We Will Overcome)

    A woman from a small city in Nicaragua attends a night school to get the high school degree that she......

12:30 PM   Side Theater

The Things We Do For Love

Feature Film

AUGUST IN BERLIN directed by Becky Smith

The chance meeting of a German and a Canadian in a Berlin cafe unravels their carefully constructed lives.

plus Short Films

WHAT LIES UNOPENED   

Directed by Rachael Silberman. Based on the true story of a woman’s struggle growing up in the 1940s, dealing with the dark relationship that lies between Marty’s mother and herself.

Photo 5 BTS13_1

FADED LOVE  

Directed by Michael Finn. Set in rural North Carolina in the 1950’s, when opportunity and independence for women were scarce, a young woman faced with a difficult reality.  She escapes within daydreams to fulfil her yearning for love, hope and faith.

Poster b9be483d73-poster

2:30 PM   Main Stage

ACTORS DISCUSSION PANEL

Working actors discuss the ins and outs of navigating the industry and building a career in acting.

SCHEDULED TO APPEAR:

Cullen Moss

Hidden Figures

The Walking Dead (AMC)

Hap and Leonard (Sundance)

East Bound & Down (HBO)

Peter Jurasik

Babylon 5

The Longest Ride

Tron

Hill Street Blues

Traci Dinwiddie

The Walking Dead (AMC)

Supernatural (CW)

Zombies vs Ninjas (voice)

Shane Callahan

Outsiders (WGN)

Nashville (CMT)

Under The Dome (CBS)

Asher Miles Fallica

Tully

Ozark (Netflix)

Halt & Catch Fire (AMC)

Jason Davis
Secrets & Lies (ABC)

The Walking Dead (AMC)

Talladega Nights

Ron Fallica

Good Behavior (TNT)

Stranger Things (Netflix)

Allie McCulloch

Come Sunday (Netflix)

Valor (CW)

Homeland (Showtime)

3 PM   Side Theater

JAM SESSION

Feature Film

UP TO SNUFF 

directed by Mark Maxey

Millions of people have been touched by his music, yet few know the journey, hardships and triumphs of American musician and composer W.G. Snuffy Walden. The film features luminaries from television, film and music, including Aaron Sorkin, Martin Sheen, Tom Arnold, Timothy Busfield, Fred Savage, Marshall Herskovitz, Steve Lukather, Chaka Khan and Eric Burdon.

plus Short Films

UBER EX   

Directed by Matt Braunsdorf. Kate and David are out on what feels like a rather significant date early in their relationship, but when their Uber driver turns out to be Kate’s old flame, the three passengers find themselves in the middle of a love triangle.

UberEx-poster

TURN UP THE VOLUME 

A futuristic musical fantasy by Jordan Ray Allen.

TUTV_Kent

3:30 PM   Main Stage

HISTORICAL FRICTION (Shorts Block)

  • Cezanne

    Jon buys a painting from a very troubled artist. Soon it becomes apparent that the painting is adding more complications......

  • Krieg

    Tasked with locating a French Underground transmitter, an elite German SS unit commits atrocities against their Parisian prisoners. Shamed by......

  • No Name Maddox

    A young priest tries to help a 14-year-old Charles Manson. Directed by Glenn Pack....

  • The Things They Left Behind

    Based on a Stephen King short story, “The Things They Left Behind” is a horror/love story set one year after......

5:30 PM   Main Stage

Feature Film

BUTTERFLY CAUGHT directed by Manny Rodriguez, Jr.

Three aspiring actresses set out to break into the cut-throat world of acting in Los Angeles. As each young woman is forced to face her deepest fears and insecurities, they all discover the lengths to which they will go to fight against failure. The promise of Hollywood is tempting, but what will they do when that promise is broken? 

5:30 PM   Side Theater

SHORT SHORTS

  • Bullies

    Eugene, a shy 10-year-old boy, is bullied every day until he discovers a secret underneath the school that keeps him......

  • Project Home: The Next Battle

    Three veterans with PTSD are paired with canine partners from North Carolina based  Canines For Service and these six lives are......

  • The Backup Plan

    When a down-on-his-luck single father faces eviction, he begins stealing catalytic converters to save his home. Directed by Daniel Earney....

  • The Hobbyist

    A mysterious druggist is visited by Sangstrom, a seemingly ordinary man in search of an undetectable poison. Yet, Sangstrom winds......

  • The Merciless Beauty

    A sensuous, timeless tale of love, infatuation, lust and the all-consuming bittersweet melancholy of suffering and heartache, based on the......

8:30 PM   Main Stage

WILMINGTON FILM AWARDS

Join us after the ceremony for our 80s Prom Party. Wear your best dress or tux from the days of teased perms and Members Only jackets and take a stroll down memory lane.

We hand out the accolades to the best films of the fest! Awards include BEST SHORT, BEST FEATURE, BEST NORTH CAROLINA FILM, THE FEMALE DIRECTOR’S AWARD and THE DON AWARD for best feature screenplay. 

Hosted by Madison and Cullen Moss.

SPONSORED BY: