The Arts Council of York County has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Underexposed Film Festival yc (UFFyc) in response to concerns surrounding COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus). All screenings, workshops, and events affiliated with the 2020 UFFyc, scheduled to take place at Winthrop University and at the York County Public Library’s Main Branch from March 25 – 28, have been postponed. As a university-sponsored event, the UFFyc falls under Winthrop’s directive to cancel all events scheduled between Sunday, March 15 and Friday, April 3. The Arts Council of York County is working with Winthrop, the York County Library, and community partners to reschedule the 2020 UFFyc by movin

Filmmaking Workshops at the 2020 UFFyc

Create with the Underexposed Film Festival yc! On Saturday, March 28, the UFFyc is presents two workshops that allow participants to explore filmmaking through puppetry and books. First, Yamasong: Working with Paperclay, a puppetry workshop, will be held at the Gettys Art Center Courtroom in Rock Hill SC. Then, teens are invited to create book trailers at the York County Public Library, Main Branch in Old Town Rock Hill. Yamasong: Working with Paperclay SATURDAY | MARCH 28, 2020 |10 AM - 12 PM Gettys Art Center Courtroom | 201 E. Main St., second floor | Rock Hill, SC 29730 Tickets | $15, only available in advance Only 20 tickets available! More information at underexposedfilmfestivalyc.org/

2020 UFFyc Schedule Announced

Over four days in March, the Underexposed Film Festival yc showcases the best in independent filmmaking from around the world. Running March 25 – 28, the 9th annual Underexposed Film Festival yc, presented by Morton & Gettys, welcomes filmmakers and movie lovers to Dina’s Place in the DiGiorgio Campus Center on the campus of Winthrop University, to York County Library’s Moore Room, and to the Gettys Art Center in Old Town Rock Hill, SC. Established in 2012, the Underexposed Film Festival yc focuses on strength in storytelling, screening films that break down the fourth wall and envelop the audience in the story. Filmmakers often share their experiences during question and answer sessions tha

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Support for this project is provided by Comporium Communications, the SC Arts Commission (which receives funding from the NEA), Rock Hill Accommodations Tax Grant Fund, York County Accommodations & Hospitality Tax & the ACYC Annual Campaign. For visitors information including lodging, contact Visit York County, SC at 888-702-1320. Support for this project is provided by the Arts Council of York County Small Grants Program, the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Arts Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of SC, the SC Arts Commission, which received funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, and Comporium Communications.

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