Full Frame Summer Road Show FAQ
When does the Summer Road Show take place?
Screenings will take place every other Monday in August:
Monday, August 1 Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story
Monday, August 15 Storm Lake
Monday, August 29 Mama Bears
Where do the screenings take place?
Durham Central Park (501 Foster Street, Durham, NC 27701) is generously hosting all three outdoor film screenings.
All film screenings will be held outside. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs and blankets to sit on during the films. See the note about weather cancellations below.
What time do the films begin?
Audiences are welcome to begin setting up blankets and chairs at 8 PM. Films will start at 8:30 PM after several brief announcements.
What is the cost to attend the screenings?
All screenings are free and open to the public.
There are no RSVPs necessary to attend the events, but if you would like to receive reminders about the upcoming screenings, please sign-up for the Full Frame Newsletter.
Are the films screening family-friendly?
As most documentaries are unrated, we urge attendees to use their own discretion when attending screenings, especially with children. More information about each film can be found in the descriptions provided online. The films screening feature some adult content and strong language.
Will there be chairs or seating available?
There is no formal seating and attendees are encouraged to bring their own blankets and chairs to the event.
Will there be food or drinks available?
Full Frame will not be organizing or providing any onsite food trucks or refreshments. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own snacks and non-alcoholic beverages to the screenings or patronize the many wonderful businesses in downtown Durham.
Please note: Alcohol consumption is not be permitted on the premises during the Road Show events.
What COVID-19 protocols will be in place at the screenings?
While not required, for the safety of all attendees, we encourage social distancing and masking whenever possible at the screenings. Masking is highly encouraged when using the onsite restrooms.
Full Frame will continue to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and follow recommended health guidelines.
Are there restrooms located onsite?
Restrooms are located onsite in the Durham Central Park Pavilion. We ask that attendees wear a mask when using the bathroom facilities.
What happens if a screening is cancelled due to inclement weather?
In the event of a cancelled screening, Full Frame will post an update on fullframefest.org and on all social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) by 4 PM the day of the event.
How can I support Full Frame programs, like the Road Show and the annual Festival?
As a program of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, a 501 c3 nonprofit, Full Frame is able to produce impactful and affordable programs for the regional and documentary communities thanks to generous supporters just like you! In addition to attending events, you can make a gift of any size today!