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Twin Rivers Media Festival

All categories accepted including Screenwriting audio art, sound track,  and multi-media, as well as drama, shorts, experimental, animation, documentary, feature films, student films. Over 24 years of continuous operation. Festival is located in beautiful downtown Asheville, NC. This year we will be screening at the Flood Fine Art Center on June 16 and June 17, 2018. The Flood Fine Art Center is home to the The Black Mountain Literary Press, The Halcyone Literary Journal, and the Courtyard Gallery. It is located at 2160 Hwy 70 near Swannanoa, NC just east of Asheville, NC. 

Deadline for entries is May 1st 2018  Late Deadline is May 12th 2018 with additional fee. 

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Twin Rivers Media Festival this weekend!

We received some outstanding entries this year! If you are in the Western North Carolina area this weekend, come check out our festival! See review at:

Friday's lineup includes:

7:30-8:00 pm    Festival kickoff & hors d'oeuvres
8:00-10:00 pm    Featured 2011 Twin Rivers Media Festival Official Selections in Animation, Dramas & Documentary. Make sure you pick up a voting form so you can vote for your Audience Favorite!

Deux Petites Bateaux
by Kate Raney (2:30, Chicago, IL) Animation
An animated music video for the band Mar Caribe. A dancing fish-people extravaganza!

Wolf Call
by Rob Underhill (12:00, Raleigh, NC) Drama
It is 1956. The previous year, 14-year old Emmett Till from Chicago had gone missing in Money, Mississippi. Later, the boy's mutilated body was found in a river. William Bradford Huie of Look magazine sits down with the two men acquitted for the boy's murder, Roy Bryant Jr. and J.W. Milam, to discuss the trial. Not a word had been uttered outside a courtroom by them or their kin, until now... this true story crafted from public record, transports us back to this historic drama that became a lightning rod for moral outrage and pivotal in inspiring a whole generation of young people to commit social change in the 1950s.

by Russell Yaffe (15:44, Bethesda, MD) Drama
A Polish woman and an Argentine man struggle to connect through a language foreign to them both.

by Erik Mauck (15:00, Austin, TX) Drama
After another day reading to his wife, Mr. Archer is asked to leave by a young groundskeeper who is closing up. The two try to find common ground in a world of loneliness.

Four documentaries from “Portraits d’un nouveau monde”, a collection of multimedia documentaries by various photographers, filmmakers, journalists…to share in the destinies of people, places, and new realities in the 21st century.
Atomic City
by Micha Patault (16:19, Paris, France) Documentary
In Washington State, residents of Richland have built their identity around the nuclear for five generations.
Attic People
by Michael Sztanke & Bertrand Meunier (14:59, Paris, France) Documentary
When Hong Kong opens to the mainland, people come in hopes of fulfilling their dreams, and end up living in vertical shantytowns.
Postcards from Paradise
by Poul Madsen & Henrik Kastenskov (10:43, Paris, France) Documentary
Asad left Bangladesh for the Maldives. And it’s no vacation. He lives in hell…within paradise.
A Somalian in Paris
by Patrick Zachmann (13:46, Paris, France) Documentary
Follow Abdirisaak on his journey form his war-torn country to France.

by Rob Underhill (13:00, Raleigh, NC) Drama
Prime-time interview with Bob about life, coping with loss, and preserving love.

Saturday will be a day full of animation and dramas, and Sunday will be documentaries. See our website for more details.

Please note schedule is subject to change. •


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