A conductor stands at attention. Before him are 25 of the North Carolina Symphony’s finest. To his right sits a row of six musicians that look more like Mumford & Sons than Stravinsky. Silence. On the film screen behind the orchestra bursts a cityscape, with a golden beam of light streaking across it. Duke Performances… Read More ›
Coming to DVD, Digital, and VOD on April 11th Awarded “Best International Documentary” at the Sound On Screen Film Festival 2016 Features music by bands like Burzum, Gorgoroth, Myrkskog, Manes, From The Vastland, Naer Mataron, Luciferian and more BLACKHEARTS is a documentary that tells the compelling story of three die hard fans… Read More ›
Durham, N.C. – June 7, 2016 – The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival has announced its 2016 Road Show lineup. The Full Frame Road Show, presented by PNC, brings free screenings of documentary films to audiences throughout the Triangle. All screenings are free and open to the public, but a ticket is required to reserve… Read More ›
Janis: Little Girl Blue is an intimate portrait of the iconic but troubled rock ‘n’ roll singer Janis Joplin.
APEX, N.C. (October 2015) – The creator of the multi-Emmy®-nominated pilot episode of History’s Heroes: TheRustyBucketKids.com, entitled “Lincoln, Journey to 16,” John Demers, makes final push for funds during the last week of Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to raise $10,000.00. “All Aboard, is what I keep telling everyone right now” states John Demers, “with the goal in… Read More ›
Providing patrons with the ultimate dinner-and-a-movie experience Cary, N.C., Aug. 24, 2015 – Cobb Theatres is pleased to announce that its latest CinéBistro location at 525 New Waverly Place in the Waverly Place Shopping Center in Cary will open for business on Friday, Sept. 4. Patrons will soon be able to go to http://cinebistro.com/waverly/ and… Read More ›
At 7 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 13th, The Cinema, Inc. will kick off its milestone 50th season with an encore screening of Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans, the very first feature film shown by the Raleigh, NC-based nonprofit film society in the fall of 1965. Adapted by Austrian screenwriter Carl Mayer from Hermann Sudermann’s… Read More ›
Outdoor concert and movie series kicks off May 23 Raleigh, N.C.—The North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) announces the 2015 summer schedule of outdoor concerts and movies. The summer performing arts series currently includes nine concerts, 22 movies, and several family-friendly performances. Outdoor Concert Series The concert series begins on May 23 with a performance… Read More ›
Durham, N.C. – The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival has announced that its 2015 Advocate Award will be presented to Josh Braun, co-president of Submarine Entertainment. Full Frame’s Director, Deirdre Haj, presents the Full Frame Advocate Award in recognition of individuals who have supported the documentary medium and the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Braun… Read More ›
For complete concert information log on to boothamphitheatre.com Tickets available at Cary’s Booth Amphitheatre Box Office or Event Date On-Sale Ticket Prices A DRAG QUEEN PROM Presented by Chatham Social Health Council Hosted by Mary K Mart and Marilyn Merlot Friday, April 10 7 p.m. Tickets On Sale Now! Lawn – $25 – includes… Read More ›
FINDING THULE is a feature documentary film about a man who deciphered the DIVINE COMEDY as a TREASURE MAP to the HOLY GRAIL, hidden in the highlands of ICELAND. We are working to launch our fundraising campaign on INDIEGOGO on the 1st of May 2015. We need your help to spread the word about the… Read More ›
The World Made Straight, directed by David Burris, is a NC-centric film, filmed in Asheville, that opens tomorrow across the country in theaters, on iTunes and Video On Demand. Many great artists, film professionals and actors were involved and we are fortunate to have our song, Jam Up and Jelly Tight, in the movie, as… Read More ›
In the current economic environment, it is essential for us to support and encourage large production studios to come to North Carolina for movie locations.
The 49th season of The Cinema, Inc. will begin at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 14th, with City Lights, the 1931 romantic comedy starring Charles Chaplin, who doubled as the film’s screenwriter and director. The advent of “Talkies” while Chaplin was completing this silent film forced him to add music (which he wrote himself) and… Read More ›
Experiential Americana Reality TV Series in Pre-Production, Planning Summer Shooting Schedule
Ava Gardner is a Tar Heel from North Carolina, someone that sticks to his position in the battle line…. Ava can belt it out.… You’ll see a very fine actress at work.
Myths abound about the subculture of bodybuilding, a sport that took off with the explosion of the health-and-fitness industry in the 1970s.
Maltese Falcon Statuette to Headline Bonhams and TCM’s “What Dreams Are Made Of: A Century of Movie Magic at Auction, as Curated by Turner Classic Movies”
Rare Cinematic Treasures to be Sold at Auction Nov. 25 in New York, with Portion of Proceeds Going to The Film Foundation
The first film of 2013 in The Cinema, Inc.’s “Sunday Night at the Movies” series is the 2010 backwoods nail-biter, Winter’s Bone, which the Raleigh, NC-based nonprofit film society will screen Winter’s Bone one time only, at 7 p.m. on Sunday, January 13th, at The Rialto Theatre, 1620 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh, NC 27608 (near Five… Read More ›
Want to see “Zero Dark Thirty,” “Iron Man 3,” “The Great Gatsby,” “Man of Steel,” etc., for FREE? You can. All you have to do is sign up for a FREE subscription to the Triangle Arts & Entertainment Free-Film List, edited by Robert W. McDowell since November 2007.
Todd Tinkham longed to write and direct films since he was a boy growing up in a small fishing community in Massachusetts. But it would take years of working with at-risk teens, mentally ill adults and incarcerated men before Tinkham would ever make his first film. Todd Tinkham founded TinkhamTown Productions in 2005 after losing… Read More ›
Tuesday brings with it the release of Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom to DVD and Blu-Ray. One of the best films of 2012, Kingdom is Anderson at the peak of his game. But how does it compare to his other, similarly quirky films? 1. Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) Adapted from the Roald Dahl novel, Fox features… Read More ›
SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: The Cinema, Inc. Offers 12 Classic Films for Just $20, Starting Sept. 9th
The 47th season of The Cinema, Inc. will begin at 7 p.m. on Sept. 9th with “In the Loop,” the 2009 satirical film on the politics behind an elective war, directed by Armando Iannucci. The Raleigh, NC-based nonprofit film society will screen 12 full-length feature films — and assorted short subjects, as time permits — for just $1.67 per movie.
At 7 p.m. March 11th, The Cinema, Inc. will screen a one-of-a-kind backstage documentary, “Henri-Georges Clouzot’s Inferno,” at The Rialto Theatre in Raleigh, NC. This may be the only time you will ever get a chance to see a director self-destruct during the filming of his never-finished magnum opus. In this case, an unlimited budget and a perfectionist temperament proved the undoing of celebrated French film director Henri-Georges Clouzot, who is best known for his classic nail-biters “The Wages of Fear” and “Les Diaboliques.”
Raleigh Little Theatre artistic director Haskell Fitz-Simons directed a spine-tingling stage production of “The Woman in Black” last October, so he is intimately familiar with the story and the special effects that might be employed to keep audiences jumping. This critique of “The Woman in Black” is the first of a series of Stage-to-Screen Reviews that Triangle Theater Review will publish from time to time.
This last weekend, Craig Gillespie’s stylized “Fright Night” remake (in 3D no less) came in at #5 at the box office, meaning that, yeah, it flopped. It’s too bad because it’s a fun film with plenty of laughs and a great cast. Although the original “Fright Night” was a modest hit when it was released… Read More ›
The fast farcical heist flick “30 Minutes or Less” is one of the most truly funny films of the summer.
The North Carolina Symphony today introduced the newest member of its musical family, Sympson, the orchestra’s new NCS Kids mascot.
The Cinema, Inc. Offers Triangle Filmgoers 12 Classic Feature Films for $20 — That’s Just $1.67 Each
The Cinema, Inc. of Raleigh, NC will screen 12 classic films for just $20 — that’s $1.67 each, which is the average movie ticket price for 1971. That makes the 2011-12 season of The Cinema, Inc. the Triangle’s biggest entertainment bargain.