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OUT and About: Winston-Salem Film Festival Celebrates Diversity and Determination

As October is LGBTQ History Month, so it’s only fitting that the fourth annual “OUT at the Movies” International LGBT Film Festival, which is presented ...
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Video Vault – Sep 27, 2017

MARK BURGER’S VIDEO VAULT DVD PICK OF THE WEEK THE HERO (LionsGate): UNCSA School of Filmmaking graduate Brett Haley scores big with this warm, witty ...
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For Halloween, a Pair of Scares — with Yours Truly ...

A/perture Cinema’s ongoing “Looking @ Art Cinema” screening series takes on a darker, more fearful hue next month, with a pair of big-screen chillers most ...
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Video Vault – Sep 20, 2017

MARK BURGER’S VIDEO VAULT PICK OF THE WEEK RE-ANIMATOR (Arrow Video/MVD Entertainment Group): With his 1985 feature debut, filmmaker Stuart Gordon scored an instant cult ...
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UNCSA’s “magnificent Seven”

On Sept.22, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts School of Filmmaking will present a special selection of its best and brightest student ...
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Wreak Havoc Film Festival: Fear, Fright and Fun

Wreak Havoc Productions is getting the jump on the Halloween season, as the independent,  Triad-based film consortium presents its third Wreak Havoc Horror Fest, designed ...
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Video Vault – Sep 13, 2017

MARK BURGER’S VIDEO VAULT DVD PICK OF THE WEEK THE BIG KNIFE (Arrow Academy/MVD Entertainment Group): Producer/director Robert Aldrich levels a cynical barb at Tinseltown ...
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Video Vault – Sep 6, 2017

MARK BURGER’S VIDEO VAULT DVD PICK OF THE WEEK THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU (Olive Films): The 1977 version of H.G. Wells’ classic science-fiction tale ...
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A New Semester and New Faces at UNCSA

It’s a brand new school year, and according to the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, the fall 2017 semester has brought with ...
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Video Vault – Aug. 30, 2017

MARK BURGER’S VIDEO VAULT DVD PICK OF THE WEEK RONIN (Arrow Video/MVD Entertainment Group): I’m not saying he was the best, but John Frankenheimer (1930-2002) ...