Short film fest held in Charlotte featuring tales about Queen City
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CHARLOTTE — Friday night, people in Charlotte were treated to a unique set of short movies about their own city.
Leading up to next month's Democratic National Convention, the Charlotte in 2012 committee oversaw the production of 30 two-minute videos about the things which make Charlotte a unique city in the new south.
Organizers and filmmakers hope it gives a diverse picture of what the queen city is about.
"This city is a very progressive city with a lot going on, from sustainability to eduction to health care, so it's great to able to tell the stories about all that we have going on,” said Filmmaker Lashawnda Becoats.
In order to watch all the two minute videos about Charlotte, visit the Charlotte in 2012 website