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ChathamArts Sustainable Cinema presents "Loggerheads"[Jun. 11, 2011]
On Tuesday, June 28, 2011, ChathamArts will screen the award winning film "Loggerheads" by Monroe, NC native and NC State University graduate Tim Kirkman (Dear Jesse) at Fearrington Barn at 7:30 pm .
Celebrate Women's History Month with a film[Mar. 28, 2011]
Before Pamela Baldwin in Pittsboro, Helen Buckner or Mary Helen Moody in Siler City, Sally Kost or Pam Stewart in Chatham County, there was Betty Ann Knudson in Wake County. In recognition of Women's History Month, ChathamArts Sustainable Cinema Series presents "Show Up, Speak Out: The Public Life of Betty Ann Knudsen" a documentary film about a North Carolina woman who made and changed history in our state.
ChathamArts presents Race in NC: Justice and reconciliation film forum[Feb. 25, 2011]
The "Race in NC: Justice and Reconciliation Film Forum," is a continuation of the ChathamArts Sustainable Cinema Series, designed to address African American history, identity, culture, and social justice and racial reconciliation within the context of storytelling and documentary film. The two-day forum includes educational outreach, filmmaker question-and-answer, and panel discussion. Five films, all related to African American life in North Carolina, will be shown during Black History Month.
"Gasland" film to be shown in Gulf on DEcember 3[Dec. 9, 2010]
The documentary film “Gasland” will be shown on Monday, December 13 at the Gulf Presbyterian Church in Chatham County. This award winning film chronicles the environmental and human impacts that have been caused by “fracking” for natural gas across the United States.
ChathamArts’ Sustainable Cinema Series features comic sensations Rhett & Link's documentary[Jan. 14, 2010]
ChathamArts’ Sustainable Cinema Series gets the new year off with humor and heart via a special Jan. 29 screening of the documentary ‘Looking for Ms. Locklear.’ Whacky Lillington, N.C. based filmmakers Rhett McLaughlin & Link Neal have won wide acclaim and massive audiences for their web videos, music and comedy. They will be on hand for a lively post-film discussion.
Coal mining documentary to be screened in Pittsboro[Jan. 26, 2007]
Haw River Films would be honored by your presence at a community screening of the documentary Mountain Top Removal. The one hour film explores the controversial coal mining practice that is literally changing the culture and geology of Southern Appalachia in order to generate electricity from coal.
An Unlikely Friendship video and curriculum guide[Jan. 5, 2004]
An Unlikely Friendship is the true story of how C.P. Ellis, an embittered Klansman, and Ann Atwater, an outspoken black woman activist, overcame their hatred for one another and formed a life-long friendship.