Full Frame Offers Free Screenings of Festival Favorite “Muscle Shoals,” June 20 & 27

Producer Rick Hall (left) and musician Clarence Carter in "Muscle Shoals," a Magnolia Pictures release. Photograph courtesy of Magnolia Pictures.

Producer Rick Hall (left) and musician Clarence Carter in “Muscle Shoals,” a Magnolia Pictures release. Photograph courtesy of Magnolia Pictures.

This month, the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is treating Triangle documentary lovers to two FREE opportunities to see 2013 festival favorite Muscle Shoals, about the Alabama town’s storied music scene: Friday, June 20, as part of downtown Durham’s Third Friday, and Friday, June 27, as part of PNC’s Downtown Raleigh Movie Series. Scroll down for details. Both screenings are part of the The Full Frame Road Show presented by PNC. Bookmark this page to stay up-to-date on Full Frame’s year-round programming.

Director Greg “Freddy” Camalier tells an exhilarating tale about Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and its legendary music studios where artists including Bob Dylan, Otis Redding, the Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, the Allman Brothers, and many more made numerous classic recordings. How and why history was made here is illuminated by the hit-making producers, the remarkable and unpredictable session musicians known as the Swampers, and an array of musical luminaries. View trailer on the film’s website.

Friday, June 20, 7:30 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.)
Full Frame Theater, Power Plant building
American Tobacco Campus
320 Blackwell St., Durham, North Carolina
Directions       

Note: The screening is free, though all attendees must reserve a ticket. Tickets are available at this link starting at 9 a.m. on June 20.

Friday, June 27, film starts at sundown (8:15–8:30 p.m.)
400 Block of Fayeteville St.
City Plaza in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina

Note: Food trucks will be at City Plaza beginning at 5 p.m.

The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is a program of the Center for Documentary Studies.

 

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