“FLYING FUR” goes back to North Carolina at the wonderful Full Bloom Film Festival! Half of the film was shot in NC, and showcasing the dedication of animal welfare volunteers from the Tar Heel state is an honor.
Interested in attending this festival? Check out the FBFF website:
Since 2015, the Full Bloom Film Festival has showcased nearly 300 carefully curated films from 34 different countries. Now entering its 5th year, FBFF continues to shed light on global and local communities alike, offering a level of hospitality where each filmmaker feels truly appreciated. Over the course of the four-day festival, filmmakers and festival goers will have a chance to experience a variety of international short and feature-length films, partake in panel events and a filmmaker roundtable, and, of course, enjoy unforgettable parties each night. Each of the festival’s five screening venues is custom upfitted in a historic building located in the heart of downtown Statesville (including the town’s “Old Jail”).
FBFF 2019 will take place September 19th through September 22nd in and around Historic Downtown Statesville. This nonprofit festival is organized by a committed group of area business leaders, film enthusiasts and volunteers. The festival is a collaborative effort supported by:
-Iredell County Arts Council
-City of Statesville
-Mitchell Community College
-Statesville Chamber of Commerce
-Statesville Recreation and Parks Department