Last but perhaps my favorite of all, you can enjoy 16mm educational and industrial films screening in the Triangle with A/V Geeks, hosted by A/V Geeks own archivist, Skip Elsheimer at King's in Raleigh, Alamo Drafthouse Raleigh, and various other venues
If this is something you are offering in the Triangle and I have not included info on this, Get In Touch! See some scheduling conflicts? Want to see me at a specific screening? Get In Touch!
If your series should include the opportunity to demonstrate your literacy with an interactive film strip, A/V Geeks.
A/V Geeks Film StripThe Rules are important for everyone.
If you want a series with occasional full-frontal nudity in the trailers, CINEMA OVERDRIVE.
Cinema Overdrive comes to the Carolina Theatre of DurhamAdam Hulin presenting
If you want to browse beautiful analog film equipment with artfully curated film programming, Durham Cinematheque.
If you need a series to prove that women do and have always had souls, MovieDiva.
If you seek a series with a broad content range, but also need a hot dog and some warm new pals, MovieLoft.
Smyth Brothers - Single Frame at ShadowboxThe Smyth Brothers, identical twin art film duo, organized the Single Frame event at Shadowbox as a pleasant palate cleansing alternative to Full Frame Documentary Festival. Who decides what counts at documentary, anyway? Fuck the Art World (is this the artworld? what say you Danto? Dickie?)