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The Triangle Indie Film Meetup Group Message Board › More films at Duke

More films at Duke

Chapel Hill, NC
Post #: 78
In addition to the Duke Screen/Society's terrific schedule of films this semester, Duke University Union and Duke Coffeehouse also offer their film schedules:

Tuesday Film Series at Duke Coffeehouse

Woody Allen Film Series:
1/30 Manhattan
2/6 Annie Hall
2/13 Curse of the Jade Scorpion
2/20 Hannah and Her Sisters
2/27 Radio Days

Cool Directors and the Cool '90s Films:
3/20 Boyz n the Hood
3/27 Bottle Rocket
4/3 The Big Lobowski
4/10 Boogie Nights
4/17 Short Cuts

Duke Freewater Presentations at Duke University Union

Highlights include virtually all of the buzz films this awards season, in addition to Jesus Camp, Rushmore, and an undisclosed midnight MST 3000 flick on Mar 23.
Durham, NC
Post #: 47
Not all of the Cine-East 9 films are on the Calendar, so as promised, here's all the listings from a flyer I picked up last week:

(G= Griffith Theater, 35mm, Bryan Center; W= Richard White Lecture Hall, East Campus, DVD)

2/6 (G) Double Feature: Kids Return (dir. Takeshi Kitano)(1996), Blue Spring (Toyoda Toshiaki)(2001)
2/13 (G): Barren Illusion (Kurosawa Kiyoshi)(1999)
4/1 (W): Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (anime)(2005)
4/25 (G): Gojira (Godzilla) (dir. Ishiro Honda)(1954) Original version restored, 35mm

(Directions here and here. Please review linked schedules for screening times.)

Also of interest, the Nasher Museum is hosting free screenings Thursdays @ 7PM as part of the "Voices from the Margins: Contemporary Chinese Documentary Film"

2/8: At Home In the World
2/22: Out of Phoenix Bridge
3/8: Urban Sonnets
3/22: No Season
4/5: Scars on Memory

(Directions here and here. Please review linked schedules for screening times.)
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