Documentary

A Living Bridge

10/14/2017 @ 2:45 PM
LOCATION:   Hay Street United Methodist Church    

 A Living Bridge  89 minutes America is at a crossroads. The current level of division and animosity from our leaders and citizens are at an all time high. Many of our cultural ideologies are being challenged. While many disagree on how to move forward, we must challenge ourselves not to become enemies in the process.  […]

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A Way Out

10/14/2017 @ 9:00 PM
LOCATION:   The Loge    

A WAY OUT   94 minutes  For six years the film follows 3 young Chinese people from different social levels, different regions and different mindsets into their adult lives.              

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Chairman Jones: An Improbable Leader

10/14/2017 @ 9:00 PM
LOCATION:   CAMEO Art House Theatre    

CHAIRMAN JONES: AN IMPROBABLE LEADER  60 minutes  A farmer’s fight for equal education in Northampton County, NC, transforms him and his county in unimaginable ways. Chairman Jones tells the story of the director’s father, James H. Jones, a self- educated farmer who disregards racism and his lack of education and emerges as a trailblazer during […]

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Deej

10/14/2017 @ 1:15 PM
LOCATION:   CAMEO Art House Theatre    

Deej 72 minutes Abandoned by his birth parents and presumed incompetent, DJ Savarese (“Deej”) found not only a loving family but also a life in words, which he types on a text-to-voice synthesizer. As he dreams of college, he confronts the terrors of his past, society’s obstacles to inclusion, and the sometimes paralyzing beauty of […]

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Hondros-2nd screening

10/14/2017 @ 7:15 PM
LOCATION:   CAMEO Art House Theatre    

Chris Hondros was one of the best conflict photographer of his generation, having covered practically every major world event of his adult life. Beginning with the war in Kosovo in 1999, Chris served as witness to more than a decade of strife and conflict before he was killed in combat in Libya in April, 2011.  But […]

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In Rajasthan

10/14/2017 @ 2:45 PM
LOCATION:   The Loge    

IN RAJASTHAN  81 minutes Two families, one Hindu and one Muslim, living in an ancient village in the Thar Desert, whose lives have been interwoven for thousands of years, speak candidly about child marriage, their qualms about their spouses, the caste system, the dubious future of children exposed to the modern world, the afterlife, and […]

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Koum: The Awakening

10/14/2017 @ 9:00 PM
LOCATION:   Arts Council Of Fayetteville    

KOUM: THE AWAKENING  12 minutes (Short Film Block 5) After the death of her father, a young woman uses her writing to travel beyond the veil of madness into a world of magic, mystery and music.            

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Love, Dance

10/14/2017 @ 10:00 AM
LOCATION:   The Loge    

LOVE DANCE  95 minutes Come as we follow the artists journey and experience a part of their life in this culture of dance. How they teach, how they learn, how they survive and find the joy of life in this art form. How they have come to learn dance, love dance and what it means […]

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My Friend Raymond

10/14/2017 @ 1:15 PM
LOCATION:   Hay Street United Methodist Church    

 MY FRIEND RAYMOND   55 minutes Raymond is a 57-year old mentally and physically handicapped man who is a model of resilience. Even after being struck by a car at 11, having a life after death experience and losing all his family members, Raymond holds a joyful attitude and is an encouragement to everyone he encounters. […]

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Sitting at God’s Table

10/14/2017 @ 7:15 PM
LOCATION:   Hay Street United Methodist Church    

SITTING AT GOD’S TABLE  75 minutes   One gutsy filmmaker invites five Southern religious leaders from different faiths (Jewish, Muslim, Catholic, Baptist, and Episcopal) to a 7-hour meal as they discuss the toughest questions of our day. The Filmmaker is planning to attend and will conduct a Q&A immediately following the screening.       […]

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The Rise and Fall of Liberty

10/14/2017 @ 5:45 PM
LOCATION:   Arts Council Of Fayetteville    

THE RISE AND FALL OF LIBERTY  52 minutes When developers in Durham, NC, demolish an iconic tobacco auction house in the name of revitalization, they not only displace a community of artists, they also threaten the soul of the community. The film explores the ebb and flow of Liberty Warehouse’s 80-year lifespan, draws parallels with […]

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The Ties that Bind

10/14/2017 @ 10:30 AM
LOCATION:   Arts Council Of Fayetteville    

THE TIES THAT BIND  76 minutes When the youngest sibling unexpectedly “gets real”, an uneasy journey of transformation ensues for a Southern family. Each family member grapples with both the news itself, and how their aging mother might respond to it. Diverse, longstanding beliefs and generational differences surface as they seek a new normal, exposing […]

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Uncommon Grace: The Life of Flannery O’Connor

10/14/2017 @ 7:30 PM
LOCATION:   Arts Council Of Fayetteville    

UNCOMMON GRACE: THE LIFE OF FLANNERY O’CONNOR  63 minutes Insightful biography of Flannery O’Connor, one of America’s most powerful storytellers        

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WILD HORSES OF THE EASTERN BARRIER ISLANDS

10/14/2017 @ 1:15 PM
LOCATION:   Arts Council Of Fayetteville    

WILD HORSES OF THE EASTERN BARRIER ISLANDS  57 minutes Somehow for centuries wild horses have been living in Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina. These descendants of the Mustangs who swam to shore off shipwrecked galleons have survived the Spanish explorers, colonization and the industrial age. Wild Horses of the Eastern Barrier Islands explores this phenomenon, […]

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Wilmington on Fire

10/14/2017 @ 5:15 PM
LOCATION:   CAMEO Art House Theatre    

WILMINGTON ON FIRE  89 minutes  VENUE CHANGE – Now Showing in the CAMEO The Wilmington Massacre was a bloody attack on the African-American community by a heavily armed white mob with the support of the North Carolina Democratic Party on November 10, 1898 in the port city of Wilmington, North Carolina. It is considered one […]

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WRITING MY OWN HAPPY ENDING

10/14/2017 @ 5:30 PM
LOCATION:   Hay Street United Methodist Church    

WRITING MY OWN HAPPY ENDING   74 minutes The Durham VOICE is a community newspaper in Durham, North Carolina. It is written by area college students and the teenagers featured in this film. The paper is written for a part of Durham known for its high crime rates and poverty. Writing My Own Happy Ending […]

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