The Film Prize Foundation is offering up a possible $10,000 to filmmakers who shoot a short film in Shelby County. A$50,000 prize will then be on the table.
Are you a filmmaker looking for some extra funding for your project? If so, be sure to stop by Malco Studio on the Square on the morning of Saturday, October 24, for a panel discussion featuring Tennessee Film Commissioner Bob Raines and Memphis/Shelby County Film Commissioner Linn Sitler. Memphis attorney and On Location: MEMPHIS President […]
It’s been a year of firsts for On Location: MEMPHIS (OL:M), and another is slated for this July in the form of the organization’s inaugural shorts-only program at the Hard Rock Cafe in the Bluff City. Filmmakers from around the globe submitted their works to be considered for the OL:M Shorts Festival, which were culled […]
Memphis is well-documented as the home of the blues and the birthplace of rock and roll, with plenty of soul, hip hop and much more echoing off the banks of the Mississippi River as well. Just as music has made history in Memphis for decades, so too will On Location: MEMPHIS (OL:M) in 2015 with […]
Throughout its history, the city of Memphis has embraced creativity and provided artists with a haven to showcase their work. Now filmmakers have yet another way to get their films screened in the Bluff City with the announcement of the 1st Annual On Location: MEMPHIS Shorts Festival. The program will take place at the Hard […]