How to get your next flick made in Flintstones film festival
Flintstones Film Festival 2016: The Flickiest of the Festivals in 2017 is in the books.
We had the opportunity to speak with a panel of the festival to see how the festival has gone from being a grassroots initiative to a major event.
Read moreThe Flickest of the Festival2016: The Flintstones Film Fests:Flintstones Festival2016 has grown from a one-day event in 2013 to now taking place at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIY) in 2017.
That year’s festival took place from October 5 to 15, and had a capacity of 2,000.
We had the chance to speak to a panel from the festival who were also at this year’s film festival, and spoke with them about what they hope to achieve in the next year, and what they want to do differently.
The Flintstones’ film festival was founded in 2013, after a group of filmmakers, including Jason Schwartzman, David Bowie, Stephen King, and Peter Falk, started creating a website and mailing list to help promote their films.
In 2015, the festival hosted a film festival with the help of the International Film Festival Detroit (IFFD), which brought together a wide range of filmmakers from around the world.
In 2016, the IFCD awarded a $50,000 grant to the Flickies Film Festival, and the festival went on to win the 2016 Detroit International Film Competition.
This year’s edition of the FlickerFest is set to be the biggest yet, with around 100,000 attendees expected, according to festival organizers.
The festival is a joint venture between the Flickers and the Flintstones, with the aim of helping filmmakers to get their films made.
The festival has always been a grassroots endeavor, with no corporate sponsorship, said Flickings president and founder and co-founder, Michael D. Smith.
It started off as a one day event in a hotel room, but the more it got going, the more the idea grew.
The idea has been to do something in one day and do it as grassroots as possible.
“I feel like it’s a grassroots effort,” said Smith.
“It’s really a grassroots thing that is a lot more than just a movie festival.
I don’t know how else to put it.”
One of the reasons that the festival became a huge success was the fact that it was able to bring together people from all over the country, said Smith, who says he’s had over 30 people come and watch his films.
“There are a lot of different genres of films that come from different parts of the country,” he said.
“People from all different walks of life are coming here and wanting to see a movie, and they’re able to do it with a community that is just like them.”
We were able to have a lot people come to the festival, even if they were from different states, and that’s really been amazing.
“We’re seeing the power of this grassroots approach at the Flintstone Film Festival2016.
We’ve had a lot, many, many people come in, and have come in to see what they’re interested in.
Michael D Smith, Founder and CEO of FlickersFilm Festival2016, FlintstonesFilm FestivalOne of those films is a documentary titled, “Crazytown.”
Smith is a filmmaker who has a passion for documenting the lives of Detroit’s residents, and is now filming the story of a small Detroit suburb that was founded as the Flints Flintstones.
In the film, Smith’s character, Chris (played by actor James Earl Jones), is a former Flintstones fan who had lived in the Flint, Michigan, area for decades.
He was in the audience during the festival’s first year.”
I was just really proud to be there and be there with my friends, and it was a really good feeling.””
I don’t even remember how long it was.
I was just really proud to be there and be there with my friends, and it was a really good feeling.”
The Flints were the only non-corporate Detroit suburb to be formed in 1882, after the city was created to accommodate immigrants from Europe.
The suburb became one of the first Detroit suburbs to become incorporated, with a population of over 7,000 people.
“They’re very proud of what they did,” Smith said.
The Flints are also proud of their roots as a suburb, and how they have been able to keep their name.
“It’s not like they’re just a town, but they’re a suburb,” Smith added.
“We’ve got a lot going for us.
I think that it’s going to take a lot to stop them from doing it again.”
Flintstone Film Fest2016 will be a three-day film festival from October 6 to October 13.
The event will have a capacity capacity of 8,000, with tickets