From idea to distribution, filmmaker and VC member Emily Harrold shares her process for bringing her short documentary, Meltdown in Dixie, to the public in an impactful way.
If you have a short documentary in progress, or are about to embark on your festival journey in 2024, join us for a deep dive in how to find and make opportunities for your completed short documentary.
Meltdown in Dixie, had an award winning festival run - Best Doc Short at Big Sky, AmDocs, and Ashland and Jury Awards at SF DOC FEST and Provincetown, official selection at MountainFilm, AFI, New Orleans and others - and was broadcast on World Channel’s America ReFramed and MSNBC.
Before the workshop, watch the film here!
About the film:
When an ice cream shop owner in Orangeburg, SC tries to remove a Confederate flag from his property, he’s met with resistance from the Sons of Confederate Veterans, igniting a fight that reveals the deep-seated racism that the flag still upholds.
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