Election Wrap-up / 100 Words Film Festival
We start with a recap of Tuesday's election results with reporters from WFAE then we meet some of the filmmakers taking part in and the founder of the 100 Words Film Festival.
We recap the election outcome, looking at the winners and losers and what the results may mean for Charlotte's future as we have a change in the mayor's office, on city council and on the school board.
Tom Bullock - WFAE Reporter
Lisa Worf - WFAE Education Reporter and Assistant News Director
We hear about the second edition of the One Hundred Words Film Festival in which filmmakers’ scripts can only have 100 words. That’s short! We’ll meet some of the filmmakers- one of whom is from Charlotte- and the founder of the festival.
Scott Galloway - independent filmmaker and head of Susie Films in Charlotte, founder of the 100 Words Film Festival.
Joe Cornelius - Charlotte filmmaker and entrant in this year’s competition. Assistant Professor of Digital Media Production at the Knight School of Communication, Queens University of Charlotte.
Pete Vandall - filmmaker from Stamford, Connecticut, who has entered both 100 Words Film Festivals in Charlotte