Reedy Reels Greenville SC Film Festival Destiny Macon Talk Black

Filmmaker Destiny Macon, director of short film "Talk Black," stands at the Children's Theater in Greenville, S.C. Monday, February 11, 2023. Macon's  film will be shown this weekend at the Reedy Reels Film Festival.
(Photo: Ken Ruinard / staff)
  • People today from as significantly absent as France come to the movie pageant.
  • The film competition will help to grow recognition of Greenville’s expertise base.
  • Fifty-6 movies will be proven, and seven movie winners will be chosen.

Impartial filmmakers are arriving in the Upstate to showcase their work for the duration of this year’s Reedy Reels Greenville Movie Festival.

The three-day occasion commences at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17-19 at The South Carolina Kid’s Theatre, 153 Augusta St. This is the eighth 12 months for the festival sponsored by Piedmont All-natural Gasoline.

Filmmakers from as far absent as France will collect in the Upstate to share very best techniques, crown 7 film classification winners, and grow the awareness of Greenville and its talent base.

The festival will attribute perform by these filmmakers as Future Macon, an emerging cinematic artist and graduate of Greer Higher Faculty and the College of South Carolina Faculty of Engineering, who has penned and directed a film titled “Chat Black,” a 13-moment film about a girl engineer.