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Reel Out Charlotte 2018

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 05/20/2018
Reel Out Charlotte is the Queen City's annual LGBTQ film festival. Established in 2009 as the GayCharlotte Film Festival, Reel Out Charlotte celebrates its 10th annual event in 2018.

A program of Charlotte Pride, Reel Out Charlotte's goal is to entertain, enlighten, and build valuable bridges of understanding, support, and acceptance within and between the LGBTQ and ally communities in the Charlotte region.

Reel Out Charlotte has become one of Charlotte’s premiere arts and cultural events, which has brought thousands of attendees together to celebrate the artistic, cultural, and historical contributions of LGBTQ and ally individuals, all through the power of film.

Each year, we work to strengthen our program by expanding the diversity and subject matter of the films we show. In addition, to enhance the overall experience for film goers, we have in the past brought in film directors for panel discussions, as well as incorporated educational and awareness presentations from various scholars across the country.

We are pleased to announce that this year’s festival will be held May 16-20, 2018, at Camp North End, 1824 Statesville Ave., Charlotte, NC 28206.

Special Events for our 10th Annual Film Festival
Wednesday, May 16 — VIP Reception
Wednesday, May 16 — Opening Celebration
Thursday, May 17 — Annual Short Films Night + Best Short Contest
Friday, May 18 — Camp North End Friday Night Series + Short Films
Saturday, May 19 — Takeover Charlotte takes over the theater!

On behalf of the entire planning committee, we would like to thank you for taking the time to support our festival and we look forward to seeing you at our film screenings this year!

For additional information about our festival, visit our website: http://reelout.org/.

***Note: All ticket prices include sales tax and processing fees.***
5/16/18
Venue
Camp North End
Address
1824 Statesville Ave, Charlotte, NC 28206
Start Time
5:30 pm
End Time
8:00 pm
Cost
$0 - $125
Event Category
Arts & Culture

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