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Full Frame to Screen “The Wolfpack” on October 16 and 22 in Durham and Carrboro

"The Wolfpack" film poster detail

“The Wolfpack” film poster detail

Put these two dates on your calendar: the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival will host two FREE screenings of 2015 festival favorite The Wolfpack in the Triangle area this month. A Third Friday screening in Durham and a screening in Carrboro are both part of the Full Frame Road Show presented by PNC. Director Crystal Moselle’s film won the 2015 Sundance Grand Jury Prize / U.S. Documentary and has received widespread critical acclaim.

Friday, October 16, 7:30 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.)
Full Frame TheaterAmerican Tobacco Campus
320 Blackwell St., Durham, North Carolina
Directions | Tickets*
       

Thursday, October 22, 7:30 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.)
The ArtsCenter
300-G East Main St., Carrboro, North Carolina

Directions | Tickets*

*While both screenings are free, all attendees must reserve a ticket via Eventbrite, available at 9 a.m. on the day of the event.

The Wolfpack is a complex, stranger-than-fiction tale of an unusual family, as well as a story of isolation, discovery, and the power of film. The six Angulo brothers and their disabled older sister have spent their whole lives in a cramped housing project on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, locked away from the outside world. Homeschooled by their hippie American mother and forbidden from leaving their apartment on all but the rarest of occasions by their Peruvian-born Hare Krishna father, the brothers—nicknamed the Wolfpack—rely on a collection of thousands of movies as an outlet to the outside world. They watch films obsessively, transcribing scripts and creating homemade props and costumes for elaborate movie reenactments that they then film themselves. Director Crystal Moselle meets the brothers just as they are at a crossroads: one of them, Mukunda, has snuck out of the house in a Michael Myers Halloween mask, paving the way for the other brothers to begin venturing out, too.

For more information, including other upcoming Full Frame programming, click here. .

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

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