The Cary Theater, in Cary, N.C., is hosting a Rough Cuts Review on Tuesday, March 20th, 2018. It’s free to submit your work, and it’s free to attend. The Rough Cuts Review is a program run by The Cary Theater and it’s a great way to meet filmmakers.
What is Rough Cuts Review?
Rough Cuts Review is a work-in-progress screening opportunity for film and video makers. It is a program run by The Cary Theater.
Why should you attend?
The screenings are an excellent opportunity to meet local film and video makers. You’ll also watch and respond to the work presented, which helps you think critically about the craft. In addition, you’ll hear responses from other audience members which may spark ideas about your own work.
“Rough Cuts Review is an open screen night for local filmmakers. The evening is an opportunity to show rough cuts of film projects-in-progress and/or portions of finished works, and to engage in conversation with other filmmakers and the public about the material,” said Connie Di Grazia, Program Specialist for The Cary Theater.
Joseph Partin, a professor of cinema studies, leads the filmmaker and audience members in a respectful discussion about the work.
Want to submit your work or attend?
The Cary Theater will accept 15-20 minute works. They screen about five submissions at each event. (If we have less than five submissions, a longer piece may be included; however, they’re trying to keep the event just under two hours.) If you wish to participate, please visit The Cary Theater website, scroll down to the Rough Cuts section and fill out a submission form.
The deadline to submit is Tuesday, March13, 2018.
If you simply want to attend the event, reserve your free tickets here.