Reel Teal Film Festival


Reel Teal Film Festival is a solely student-organized film festival presented by members of the Flicker Film Society at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. If the Oscars and Sundance had a baby, that baby would be Reel Teal. With emphasis on the award show atmosphere, this festival programs innovative films from filmmakers, students, and enthusiasts, to promote a community that fosters competition and cinematic diversity. Complete with a teal carpet, photographers, and Q&A with filmmakers, Reel Teal encompasses all your film festival and award show needs.

Reel Teal 2014 poster

We hope that you will join us for this year’s Reel Teal Film Festival, which will take place on February 21st, 2014. This year, Reel Teal is going to be bigger and better than ever, showcasing your local favorites alongside international showstoppers in an awards show atmosphere not seen throughout the ages.  Our theme this year is Time Travel, so buckle up for a ride with Doc Teal and prepare to submit your films to Withoutabox, the world’s largest digital submission service who we have again partnered with to offer you only the best.

We will also be offering a $150 prize for our DeLorean Grand Prize winner, and a $50 prize for our Flux Capacitor Audience Choice winner, dressing up as our favorite time travel characters, serving up theme inspired food, decorations, and enjoying the comedy of our host, Wills Maxwell!

The previous year’s festival took place on Friday, April 19 at 7 PM in UNCW’s Lumina Theater.  It was a fantastic evening of films and entertainment.

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To submit your films, head over to the Entry Form!

For questions, comments, or concerns, please contact

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