What’s the 100 Words Film Festival?
The third 100 Words Film Festival returns to Uptown Charlotte’s McGlohon Theater on November 4th and 5th, 2016.
The concept remains simple. We show films that are exactly 100 words long. Every film is a world premier and every film is made explicitly for this festival.
Films can be any length and on any subject and in any language, as long as it adds up to exactly 100 spoken words.
This category includes all non-documentary films for the 100 Words Film Festival made by non-student filmmakers. This is an open genre category and can include films that are Action, Adventure Comedy, Crime, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller etc.
This category includes all documentary films for the 100 Words Film Festival. Documentaries can be in the following genres: Biography, Culture, Educational, Environmental, Health/Mental, History, Human Rights, News, Nonprofits, Reality, Religious, Social Issues, Sports, etc.
Student films may be scripted or documentary in any genre you choose. To qualify, the Director of the film should be a current student (high school, college, film school) at the time of production. Student Filmmakers must email a photo of your student ID or proof of enrollment to firstname.lastname@example.org.