Clarksville Film Festival
Can you make an awesome film? Do you animate or use stop motion? We are looking for all types of film creators, beginners to experienced. From February 5-7, all teams will have 52 hours to create a 4-7 minute film. Once submitted, your work will be judged by a panel of experts in the film industry, then shown on the big screen at the Roxy Regional Theatre in downtown Clarksville. Cash prizes will be awarded.
DATE & TIME
Film Festival Participant meeting
Friday, February 5, 2021
6:00 to 7:00 PM
Clarksville Film Festival Screening and Awards
FILM FESTIVAL PARTICIPANT MEETING
Wilma Rudolph Event Center
CLARKSVILLE FILM festival screening and awards
Roxy Regional Theatre, 100 Franklin Street Clarksville, TN 37040
Video Production Professor at Austin Peay State University
Karen Bullis is a filmmaker with a background in architecture and design. Her short documentary ‘Clarksville 1937’ with Kathy Lee Heuston, won the Tennessee First Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Short at the 2018 Nashville Film Festival. She is currently filming with Heuston the Tennessee Triumph Monument Statue celebrating 100 years of Women’s Suffrage. Karen was an editor for the Joe Pesci documentary Behind the Gate, winner of the 2014 Wrangler award from the National Cowboy & Heritage Museum. Her micro-budget indie films have also earned Best Comedy, Filmmaker to Watch, and Breakthrough Director awards. Bullis taught Architecture and Design at Tulane University and the University of Texas at Arlington. A graduate of Columbia University and the University of Tennessee, she most enjoys teaching Video and Documentary Production at Austin Peay State University.
executive producer | Vistamax productions
We welcome Steve Farkas from Tampa, Florida! Steve Farkas is a creative production professional with a diverse background in motion picture entertainment and advertising. In 25 years, he has had experience in producing television commercials, infomercials, big agency marketing pieces, television shows, high-end entertainment attractions for theme parks and corporate culture.