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Re: “Local filmmakers caught in the middle of film-fest squabble

It's rare to find someone in business who seals a contract with a few words and a handshake. It takes integrity and honesty for that type of agreement to take place. And No one man exhibits these characteristics more than Michael Fuhrlinger, the co-owner of The Terrace Theater. I'm not trying to show necessarily what kind of character Mr. Fuhrlinger possesses, but rather show you those who are devoid of these virtues. If you are affiliated with the CIFF then you know these comments are directed at you. I'm sure that you do not wish for me to expound upon those details in public.
When James Tilden entered his film into the CFF he entered into a contract. And after the CIFF proclaimed that if a film was entered into the CFF that it would not be allowed to enter into their festival, then Tilden wanted to pull his film. Mr. Fuhrlinger accomodated this gentleman in every possible way even as far as letting Tilden out of the contract, which he did not have to do. Mr. Fuhrlinger knows the film festivals in Charleston are supposed to be about the art, opportunity, and exposure for these upcoming film makers. Had the CIFF allowed Tilden to have his film in both festivals, then the dissention which ensued could have been averted.
We can all take umbrage in the fact that Mr. Fuhrlinger realizes what kind of opportunity the film festivals are for film makers and film enthusists alike. His passion for film is evident as he provides the large scale exposure they need, at one of the best venues in all of Charleston, The Terrace Theater on James Island.

Posted by printpal on March 6, 2010 at 8:43 PM
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