Define American Film Festival – Why do immigrants make America great?
May 11th – 13th, Charlotte, NC Presented by the Harvey B. Gantt Center
The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts
+ Culture is proud to present the second annual Define
American Film Festival.
Audience-goers, journalists andstrategic partners will get an entertaining and informative look at the immigrant experience across a range of cultures. Each screening will be followed by panel discussions featuring filmmakers, actors, and local advocates. Define America Film Festival
Venue Address: 551 S Tryon St, Charlotte, NC
Parking: First two levels below the Duke Energy
building, 400 S Tryon St, Charlotte, NC. Discounts are
available to guests when you bring your parking ticket
to be validated. There are also parking lots and garages
in the area.
Hotels: The Hilton Garden Inn Uptown Charlotte is offering
special discounted rates to festival attendees. Click here
to reserve by May 1st.
Why do immigrants make America great?
Define American is a non-profit media and culture organization that uses the power of story to transcend politics and shift the conversation about immigrants, identity, and citizenship in a changing America.
At Define American, we believe that powerful storytelling is the catalyst that can reshape our country’s immigration narrative and generate significant cultural change. We partner with some of the biggest influencers in Hollywood, and leverage the power of media and entertainment to create a new rhetoric and cultural relevancy around this crucial topic.