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The screen version of Nomadland is both timely and timeless. An exploration of America that many of us have never experienced, or potentially ever will, it’s a staggering portrait of everyday folk who have worked hard all their lives, played by the rules, and now find themselves disconnected…

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Valentine’s Day may have been Sunday, but there’s always room for a good love story, and this biography of actress Fay Wray and screenwriter Robert Riskin qualifies as a great one, written with insight and compassion by their daughter, Victoria.

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Playwright August Wilson’s memory has been well honored with the screen version of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, his 1984 drama that earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Play.

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Having rocked FOX with the hit series Glee for six seasons (‘09-’15), producer/director Ryan Murphy goes back to high school with The Prom, a star-studded, eager-to-please screen version of the Tony-nominated Broadway musical extravaganza.

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WINSTON-SALEM, NC (JANUARY 29, 2021)—Celebrating its 23rd season, the RiverRun International Film Festival will take place May 6 through 16, 2021 and will feature more than 100 screenings. Based in Winston-Salem, RiverRun is an Academy Award-qualifying festival in two categories: Documentary…

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In the 80 years since it was made, Citizen Kane (1941) remains one of the most debated, discussed, and celebrated films of all time. Is there any more to be learned about the making of the classic that revolutionized movie-making and scandalized Hollywood?

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Given that The Croods (2013) grossed nearly $600 million worldwide and earned an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature, it was only a matter of time before this “modern, stone-age family” would eventually return in a follow-up.

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Malcolm X. Muhammad Ali. Jim Brown. Sam Cooke. These are the iconic figures portrayed in One Night in Miami, the screen version of executive producer Kemp Powers’s play, which he adapted himself. Calling the shots is Oscar-winner Regina King, who in her feature debut as director displays as …

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With a handful of short films and a smallish role in Spider-Man: Far from Home (2019) to her credit, actress Claire Dunne establishes herself as a leading lady in Herself, for which she penned the story and teamed with Malcolm Campbell on the screenplay. Herself is Dunne’s first script and i…

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GREENSBORO, NC (January 5, 2021) – The Vance Chavis Branch of the Greensboro Public Library is offering a series of Coffee Hour virtual meetings with actress Karen Ceesay. Known for her roles in The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, Black Lightning, and the movie Rings, Karen will talk with inf…

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There’s never a dull moment in Tenet, a globe-trotting, hi-tech, time-tripping action blow-out from writer/producer/director Christopher Nolan – but there are plenty of confusing ones.

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Thanks to United Way’s holistic strategy to end poverty, Ahlyse has the education she needs to avoid poverty. As a middle school student, Ahlyse was great at math but found it hard to focus on reading and writing. Her parents worried that she was losing the academic courage to be successful.

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HIGH POINT, N.C., Dec. 8, 2020 – Grey Rich, a Cary, North Carolina, native and sophomore media production and entrepreneurship major at High Point University, always had a passion for space travel, so much so that he made a movie about it. The movie, “Dream, Above and Beyond,” will be releas…

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The Triad Film Collaborative (TFC) will offer a special screening of short films Thursday, Dec. 10 with its “2020 TFC Showcase of Films,” a collection of films made by filmmakers right here in the Piedmont Triad. Given the current COVID-19 pandemic, the showcase will be available in a virtua…

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Greensboro, NC - The loss of film incentives in North Carolina may have created a domino effect, hitting the economy of the state, supporting industries, and individual professionals, the desire, fortitude, and artistry of filmmakers prevails. The Triad Film Collaborative (TFC) has stepped u…

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A/perture Cinema in Winston-Salem will be bringing holiday cheer to local audiences with a double-barreled line-up of drive-in double features, which will be screened on consecutive nights in the parking lot of First Presbyterian Church, located at 300 N. Cherry St. in Winston-Salem.

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In the spirit of giving thanks, the RiverRun International Film Festival and Marketplace Cinemas in Winston-Salem’s ongoing “RiverRun at Marketplace” drive-in screenings pays homage to the “Great White Way” with a special screening of the acclaimed documentary feature On Broadway, directed b…