Sunday, January 24, 2010
This is a podcast from a recent sold out screening of the 1928 Buster Keaton classic film, "Steamboat Bill, Jr." Carrboro, NC is fortunate to be the home of a monthly film series called "Century Center Cinema". They show silent, classic, foreign and documentaries. They are always wonderful movies and when silent's are shown, the music is improvised on the grand Piano by Erich Lieth.
This podcast features nuggets of good Keaton info by International Buster Keaton Society member Laura Nigro. Also included are scenes from the film and music by Lieth.
Century Center Cinema is a co-production of The Town of Carrboro and www.BeeryMedia.com and is curated by Nic Beery.
Monday, January 18, 2010
January 18th, 2010
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival seeks volunteers for 13th annual event.
The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, NC will hold it’s 13th edition on April 8th-11th. This world-class event attracts filmmakers and film lovers from around the world to our area. This year is promising to be our best festival yet.
We are presently seeking volunteers to help out in many areas including ushers, ticket takers, box office, photographers, drivers, IT support, set-up and tear down, and outreach.
The sign-up is once again online. Visit http://www.fullframefest.org/volapp.php
to fill out the brief form that allows you to fill out your area of interest and availability.
Requirements are that you must attend two pre-fest meetings in the evening (in March) and work 3 five-hour shifts during the festival.
Benefits are many. You get to see world-class films, network with others who share your love for film, help in your community, free t-shirt, free snacks, and the satisfaction of volunteering.
The sign-up period is open now, and we anticipate our volunteer quota will fill-up rapidly, so don’t delay.
Again the sign up location online is http://www.fullframefest.org/volapp.php
For more information, contact Volunteer Coordinator Nic Beery at Volunteer@fullframefest.org