Encore Presentation:
ONE NIGHT IN KERNERSVILLE

6 Docs about the Campaign Process

In the lead up to Election Tuesday, we’ve curated a selection of recent alums (2018 – 2020) that highlight the campaign process in America. For our Durham readers, be sure to grab some popcorn from our friends at the Carolina Theatre of Durham (takeout concessions open on Fridays and Saturdays) before streaming one of these awesome films!   Boys State Boys State (Full Frame 2020) | Directors: Amanda McBaine, Jesse Moss Stream: Apple TV+ This…

2020 Festival Alums Streaming Now!

Last updated: 10/13/2020 Our programming team curates an exceptional selection of non-fiction films each festival year, and 2020 was no different despite the in-person event’s cancelation. While we couldn’t gather together to watch these films in downtown Durham earlier this year, many of the selections are now available to stream. We hope our audiences will enjoy exploring these titles. We’ll be sure to keep this list updated as more festival films are released. Looking for…

Announcement

UPCOMING FILM SCREENING + Q&A

ONE NIGHT IN KERNERSVILLE (dir. Rodrigo Dorfman)
2011 Full Frame Jury Award Winner – Best Short

FREE | NOV. 17 | 2 PM (EST) | 20 mins | OPEN TO ALL

Duke’s new Vice Provost for the Arts John Brown will join us for an in-depth Q&A immediately following the free virtual screening.

Very much in the moment, this character study of jazz bassist John Brown reveals his inner thoughts and soulfulness as he makes a big band recording in Kernersville, North Carolina. The film swings you inside the notes and rhythms of artists committed to this music tradition. This is what jazz poetry looks like.

This screening and conversation is presented in partnership with Duke Arts.

Register to attend today!

 

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The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is a program of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University