Posts Tagged ‘American Tobacco Campus’

Full Frame Pop Docs: Tickets On Sale for Morgan Spurlock’s “Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope”

Full Frame Pop Docs: Tickets On Sale for Morgan Spurlock's “Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope”

Pop-up screening, get your tickets early! One week before NC Comicon kicks off at the Durham Convention Center (November 9–10), our Full Frame colleagues are celebrating with a one-night-only screening of Morgan Spurlock’s Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope. Tickets can be purchased through the Duke University Box Office ($5); click here to purchase. At the November […]


Pop Docs: One-Night Only for “Brief Encounters,” Acclaimed Film on Photographer Gregory Crewdson, August 7th

Pop Docs: One-Night Only for "Brief Encounters," Acclaimed Film on Photographer Gregory Crewdson, August 7th

Pop-up screening! Our colleagues at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival continue their program of year-round events with a special screening of director Ben Shapiro’s Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters. (Click link to view trailer.) An acclaimed photographer with the eye of a filmmaker, Gregory Crewdson’s meticulously composed, large-scale images are beautifully haunting narratives of small-town American […]


Movies on the Lawn Series Wraps Up October 5 With Double Feature: “Under African Skies” and “Shut Up and Play the Hits”

Movies on the Lawn Series Wraps Up October 5 With Double Feature: "Under African Skies" and "Shut Up and Play the Hits"

The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and American Tobacco‘s annual Movies on the Lawn series kicked off monthly outdoor screenings in July and will close out the series this month with a double feature: Under African Skies—rescheduled due to inclement weather—will begin at dusk (approximately 7:15 p.m.) followed by Shut Up and Play the Hits at around 9 p.m.  The Movies on the […]


Popular Documentary Studies Class, The South in Black and White, Hosts Speaker Series Starting on Tuesday, February 28

Popular Documentary Studies Class, The South in Black and White, Hosts Speaker Series Starting on Tuesday, February 28

An impressive series of guest lecturers will speak at the historic American Tobacco Campus as part of The South in Black and White, a documentary studies class at Duke University taught by acclaimed author and CDS senior research scholar Tim Tyson and co-instructor Mary Williams. The course focuses on the call and response between black and white cultures in the American South, using […]