A visual folk tale. Daddy's gone away, and the well's gone strange. After a mysterious tragedy, three children in the backwoods of South Carolina must learn to survive as the world around them begins to shift.
Written by Elizabeth Thomas Directed by John David Reynolds
SOCIETY (2017 Young Filmmakers Project Winner)
By Travis Kyker and Caleb Eells of Traveler's Rest, SC. First Place winner in the 2017 Young Filmmakers Project, South Carolina's high school filmmaking competition.
PETER J. FOX WEBINAR: INDIE GRANTS & SHORT FILM SCREENWRITING
Video excerpt from Peter J. Fox's BECOMING A BETTER SCREENWRITER workshop. In this segment, Peter talks about short film screenwriting and how to make your Indie Grants script and application as strong as possible.
INFO SESSION ON INDIE GRANTS
Webinar on the INDIE GRANTS, including selection and production process. With INDIE GRANTS Producer Brad Jayne and recent INDIE GRANTS filmmakers.
WHAT ARE INDIE GRANTS?
A brief video on the INDIE GRANTS program.
supine: a dream (2013 Indie Grants short)
A woman’s dream, where shadowy figures chase her through a barren city and perform a strange underground ritual.
Conceived & Created by Lyon Hill
DIRTY SILVERWARE (2011 Indie Grants short)
In this dark, whimsical fantasy, a man travels deep into the forest to stop a creature from creating cursed silverware that brings unhappiness to the world.
Written & Directed by Steve Daniels
WE CAN'T HELP YOU (2013 Indie Grants short)
After making a careless mistake, a young man is forced to carry out a difficult task to rectify his actions…and keep his life.
Directed by Alan Scott Neal and Brad Land Written by Brad Land Produced by Michelle Boley and Taylor Kowalski
2017 Young Filmmakers Project
The 2017 South Carolina Young Filmmakers Project has begun! A statewide high school filmmaking competition. Win cash and prizes. Entries due Oct. 9, 2017.
THE SEA OF STORIES (2016 Young Filmmakers Project)
by Azure Allen Conway, SC
FIRST PLACE in 2016 South Carolina Young Filmmakers Project
ART IMITATING LIFE (2016 Young Filmmakers Project)
by Aaron Viazanko Lexington, SC
SECOND PLACE in 2016 South Carolina Young Filmmakers Project
RUPERT FLANNEGAN'S SCIENCE SHENANIGANS (2016 Young Filmmakers Project)
by Ann Bailey Summerville, SC
THIRD PLACE in 2016 South Carolina Young Filmmakers Project
Trailer for THE DEBUTANTE HUNTERS (2011 Indie Grants Short)
In the Lowcountry of South Carolina a group of true Southern belles reveal their more rugged side, providing a glimpse into what drives them to hunt in the wild.
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL AUDIENCE-AWARD WINNER
Check out the whole film here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/the-debutante-hunters/id643853383
Directed by Maria White Mebane Produced by Maria White Mebane and Kristy Olsen Cuthbert
LAST NIGHT AT THE ELLINGTON (2014 Indie Grants short)
A man reflects on his last night working at a movie theater...the night it was robbed.
Written and Directed by Geoffrey Gunn
PENCIL POINT (2013 Indie Grants short)
A dialogue between animation and original music performed by a 25 piece orchestra. Two artists working alone, a musician and a painter, meet by chance. And their connection inspires.
Conceived and Directed by Ayala Asherov Kalus Music by Ayala Asherov Kalus
SCATTERED CITY (2012 Indie Grants short)
In Charleston, a private detective tries to track down a missing person from Hurricane Katrina. Except some people, including the missing person, don’t want him to succeed.
Written & Directed by William Aughtry and Nathan Willis Produced by Monica D'Onofrio, William Aughtry, and Nathan Willis
HIGH HEELS & HOODOO (2012 Indie Grants short)
Tiffany seems like your typical blond bimbo, but underneath all that plastic surgery lies nerves of steel. She’s so determined to get what she wants that she pursues her grandmother into the spirit world, with the help of a Gullah root doctor.
Directed by Brian Rish Written by Jocelyn Rish
TOOGOODOO (2011 Indie Grants short)
After a despondent man has lost his way, he's coerced by old friends to partake in a weekend fishing trip. There he finds himself on an unexpected journey.