Due to the uncertainties following Covid-19, Films on Tap has had to make the unfortunate decision to cancel our 2020 festival. The plan is to resume our events for next year, 2021. Those who have submitted their films for 2020 will absolutely be considered for our next festival, which we all hope to see take place in 2021. Thank you for your understanding, and please be safe as we navigate these mysterious times.
Films on Tap is an event series which hoists community engagement into the spotlight by boasting the greatest pairing ever: craft beer and independent film. Like wine and cheese, each film's concept complements the character of the beer. Dark horror film? How about a stout. Buddy flick? That might sit well with a Belgian wheat. At our screenings, the combinations are limitless, and the talent on both sides is remarkable.
5 Films will be selected.
This is a noncompetitive event.
Now Accepting submissions for Films on Tap: Pairing #11
-Short Films Preferred
-All genres acceptable
-MUST be associated with North or South Carolina. Films produced entirely outside of NC/SC will not be considered.
-MUST be able to attend event on TBA.
-MUST be able to attend filmmakers' beer tasting on TBA.
-Please include your FILM POSTER, LOGLINE and any BEHIND THE SCENES PHOTOS with your submission. By submitting these materials with your film, the submitter and filmmaker(s) agree to grant Films on Tap permission to share them for marketing and promotional purposes of the festival. If no film poster or BTS photos are provided at submission, Films on Tap will not be able to promote your film to our audience.
-We consider short films to be 4 minutes - 15 minutes in length (not including credits); longer films will be considered.
-Any genre will be considered including experimental films, documentary and music videos.
-Films previously screened at Films on Tap will not be considered.
-There is no cutoff date for when the film was produced.
-Payments made to Films on Tap cannot be refunded
-Films on Tap believes in inclusivity of minorities, women, and the LGBTQIA+ community in film.