Monday, September 27, 2010

Finish line web series Episode 6.

Wonderful episode featuring two schools of thought about death.

Only three more days left to submit your short films to The CarrboroFilm Festival. Film Festival Submission forms are available at

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Finish line web series Episode 5 shocks many.

Howdy. I once again find myself under 150 year old maple tree on the lawn Of Weaver Street Market. The music of John and Bill playing rootsy blues this morning has an invigorating and inspiring effect.
It's been another creative and productive week. First up is the fact that we posted another episode of "Finish Line", our web series that asks folks from all walks of life "what happens when you die?". It is a lively series about death. This weeks episode is above and features a super sweet dog named Tasha. Tasha died just after the filming of this interview with her and her master, Lisa. She has an unknown tumor. She had absolutely no symptoms until hours before her passing. Very sad, but also fateful that we were fortunate to spend time with her and Lisa before she died.
The episode also features the wonderfully droll Ryan, who has no intention in saving for retirement, since every male in his family lineage has died before they turned 65.
Great episode. Top watch more, visit our site at

In other news, The Carrboro Film Festival is still receiving short film submissions. It is great to watch and judge all the films that have been coming in. Some of them are jaw droppingly great. All of them are thought provoking in their concept, humor, idea or execution. I love indie films and these are about as indie as they get. If you want to submit, visit us at We'd love to see what you got. There is no "completed by" rule, the film could have been made yesterday or 100 years ago.

Have a great week!

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Carrboro Film Festival is looking for your shorts

Submit to The Carrboro Film Festival 2010! from nic beery on Vimeo.

Visit to submit your short films. If you or a member of your cast or crew have never breathed the good, clean air of Orange County, NC, then you can not submit. BUT! you can submit shorts and features to , which is an international film festival in Chapel Hill, NC.

Looking forward to seeing your masterpieces. Both of these film festival submissions are for fests in NC, one in the fall, one in the late winter. Submit today, hooray.

In other news, here is the latest non-profit video produced. I am very proud of this short video and happy to be helping them raise the finds needed to get the job done. The Partnership for Children is in Johnston County, NC.

Partnership to build a Miracle from nic beery on Vimeo.