The 21st North Carolina Gay + Lesbian Film Festival returns to the Carolina Theatre on August 12.
Presenting the best of LGBT cinema for more than two decades, the North Carolina Gay + Lesbian Film Festival (NCGLFF) returns to the Carolina Theatre of Durham on August 12-20 with a record-setting 167 films, including 134 shorts and 33 features.
Ten-Passes, which cost $85 and enable guests to choose 10 film screenings at NCGLFF, and tickets to individual screenings, which cost $10, are on sale now at the Carolina Theatre box office, ncglff.org and carolinatheatre.org.
The Carolina Theatre of Durham has reopened and is running on normal hours after Winter Storm Jonas.
We're hoping that all Triangle residents have fully recovered from Winter Storm Jonas. After nearly two days of snow, sleet and freezing rain — and three days of cleanup — it's about time for everything to get back to normal.
A list of must-see films screening at the 2015 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
By Chris Vitiello
Ah, the harbingers of spring in Durham. Daffodils and crocuses nose out of the lawn, only to be slammed by a week of wintry mix. In the bright evenings after the clocks are set forward, the bars fill up with jogging strollers and mellow dogs. And filmgoers gird themselves for the flickering rush of the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, which takes over downtown to screen around 100 films and host all manner of ancillary events from April 9-12.
The Carolina Theatre of Durham is hosting a free screening of the Stephen Hawking film The Theory of Everything.
Stephen Hawking has led a remarkable life. Perhaps the smartest living man in the world, the English scientist has spent his entire life doing ground-breaking work in astrophysics, despite being diagnosed at motor neurone disease at age 21. From books like the best-selling A Brief History of Time and The Universe in a Nutshell to his modern-day appearances on pop culture shows and at thought-leading seminars, Hawking has become as esteemed a scientist as there is in the world.
Flaming Lips' frontman Wayne Coyne will host a screening and discussion of 'The Night Porter' at the Carolina Theatre of Durham on Dec. 15.
You'll likely never hear Wayne Coyne and the word "ordinary" used in the same sentence.
Coyne, the wonderfully weird and creatively brilliant frontman of The Flaming Lips, is coming to the Carolina Theatre of Durham for the first of a series of artist film screenings in conjunction with the Modern School of Film's Film:Acoustic series. Others will be announced as they are booked.