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By Journal Staff on July 29, 2011
Hannah Grannemann, Managing Director of PlayMakers Repertory Company in Chapel Hill, has been elected secretary of the League of Resident Theatres (LORT).
By Journal Staff on June 23, 2011
UNCSA Film School Alum Craig Zoebel is one of eleven filmmakers selected for the $1.5 million Cinereach Project at Sundance Institute.
By Journal Staff on June 21, 2011
After getting picked up for an 8-episode run by Showtime, the series “Homeland” returns to North Carolina to film.
By Journal Staff on June 20, 2011
After three years of a nearly limitless film incentive program, Michigan’s governor Rick Snyder instituted a $25 million total annual cap on the program.
By Journal Staff on April 10, 2011
This year’s RiverRun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem will host a Work-in-Progress screening of the music documentary “The Wonder Year,” directed by North Carolina native Kenneth Price. CPJ recently caught up with Price and asked him to tell us a little more about his film.
By Journal Staff on April 9, 2011
The RiverRun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem will host the World Premiere of the documentary feature “The Day Carl Sandburg Died,” directed by Asheville-based filmmaker Paul Bonesteel. We recently spoke with Bonesteel and asked him to tell us a little more about his film.
By Journal Staff on April 8, 2011
British born writer/director Erica Dunton has steadily built an impressive resume of films over the past few years while maintaining a strong connection to North Carolina. With her latest film, “to.get.her,” which won a high-profile audience award at this year’s Sundance, set to show at RiverRun, CPJ tossed a few questions her way.
By Journal Staff on February 26, 2011
The 2011 RiverRun International Film Festival, held April 8-17 this year, the Festival will feature a spotlight on “Contemporary French Masters,” showcasing some of France’s most important films and filmmakers of the last decade.
By Journal Staff on February 25, 2011
The Wilmington Regional Film Commission announced that the new ABC Family TV movie “Teen Spirit” has opened its production office and will begin filming next month in Wilmington.
By Journal Staff on February 24, 2011
The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, held April 14-17 this year in Durham, announced that it would open its 14th annual festival with the U.S. Premiere of “Guilty Pleasures,” directed by Julie Moggan.