Many thanks to the fine filmmakers contributing their films from FRANKLIN COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL to Franklin Flicks International Film Festival. Salutations to all!
Director - Ravi Relangi, Gauri Singh
Friday, May 21, 2021 - 8 P.M. EST
Ayuree is a story time character animation design is developed with background and other aspects by Thanvi Anugu, The Animation screenplay designer, director, & writer, Gauri Singh created a Wellness story based on a concept by Jyoti Singh, Ketki Handia, & Ravi Relangi. Ayuree who is the Heroine of Compassion, a powerful trait that she possesses with that she touches the heart and soul of all and embarks on saving the world with the goal to bring love, peace, unity, and wellness to the planet. In this film, she helps a person suffering from her day to day ailments.
Director – Joshua Pardington, Gauri Singh
Friday, May 21, 2021 - 9:10 P.M. EST
This film covers a story of Mr. ManMohan Singh, a Senior Citizen, living in Franklin County, North Carolina. In a small southern US town, he is the one and only person coming from a Sikh background wearing a turban . This film documents his life and the many borders he crossed in his life as he speaks about his struggle now at the age of 84 and all the borders he crossed in his life, emotional, cultural, and physical borders.
Cinematographer, Assistant Director, Editor – Joshua Pardington, North Carolina Based Award Winning Filmmaker. filmed around a dozen short films for different directors. Joshua has won 2 awards for Best Sound Design in international film festivals. Joshua worked audio recording on another short that won several thousands of dollars in cash prizes from another film festival. He has also worked for large corporate clients such as Anheuser Busch, Teguar Computers, Merz, and IBM. Just to name a few. For more information, www.pardingtonfilms.com
North Carolina, US Local Film - Filmmaker - Rob Alan Underhll
FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021 - 8:20 P.M. EST
Greensboro, NC, US Local Film - Filmaker, JD Mayo
FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021 - 8:50 P.M.EST
US Local Film - NY Based, Jyoti Singh & Maryland Based, Sangeeta Agrawal
FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021 - 9:00 P.M. EST
Team - Gauri Singh, Rob Underhill, Beverly Kegley, Brian Miller
FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021 - 9:45 P.M.
Mill Village Woven Together Story Set to highlight Spiritual Music
Our Tapestry is the stories of our homelands, cultures, faith, and struggles. Imagine you are journeying across the ocean on a slave ship to the plantation fields, leaving the land of your ancestors because of famine, political unrest, digging in the dirt farms as sharecroppers, going to work for “the Man” in the Mill Villages where churches were the epicenters. The film speaks about music played in churches in the piedmont region of North Carolina especially churches of Gastonia, North Carolina where cotton mills existed. Our cast, Brian Miller, takes us on a journey of a Mill Village where his ancestors worked, and the church that they attended where hymns and spiritual music played a major role in the lives of the cotton mill people.
Story by Beverly Kegley, Brian Miller, Gauri Singh
Cinematographer – Rob Alan Underhill, an Award Winning NC Based Filmmaker
Direction – Gauri Singh, An Award Winning NC Based Filmmaker