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Monday, March 30, 2009

Star watcher alert: 'Main Street' filming locations released

Posted By on Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 5:17 PM

A dozen locations around Durham, including the Dog House restaurant, have been staked out for the production of Main Street, a film starring Orlando Bloom, Andrew McCarthy, Ellen Burstyn, Patricia Clarkson and Colin Firth, according to the Durham News Service. See the map of the locations, which include downtown, the NCCU area and west and east Durham, here: mainst_filming_locations_map Shooting begins Monday, April 6, at 206 N. Dillard St., which is at the corner of Liberty and Dillard. Shooting then moves to 400 N. Duke St. April 15-18. The tentative schedule for the rest of five-week shoot is as follows:...

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Friday, March 27, 2009

2009 ADF season announced

Posted By on Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 4:45 PM

The 2009 ADF season, entitled "Where Ballet and Modern Meet," will feature eight world premieres, one U.S. premiere, and four reconstructions. According to the ADF Web site, "Work that was previously presented at Page Auditorium on the Duke University campus will now be presented at the beautiful new Durham Performing Arts Center in downtown Durham. Performances will also continue to be presented at Reynolds Industries Theater on the campus of Duke University, and this season at two additional locations in the Triangle community."...

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Thursday, March 26, 2009

Casting call for Main Street extras

Posted By on Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 3:19 PM

No need to come if you've already mailed your photo, apparently....

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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Movie cameras now set to roll in Durham in late March

Posted By on Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 5:14 PM

The long-rumored, long-gestating film known as Main Street is inching its way to realization. Reliant Pictures, the Thom Mount-helmed company that is producing, has a production office at the old Duke Diet and Fitness Center at the corner of Trinity and Duke Streets, according to production manager David Linck. Filming is now set to begin between March 30 and April 6, Linck says. Last month, we reported that a New York casting agency had conducted a week of auditions for smaller speaking roles. Linck doesn't close the door on additional casting, saying in an email, "Although no further cast and...

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Monday, March 16, 2009

New York Times "succumbs to economic pressures," withdraws support from Full Frame

Posted By on Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 3:52 PM

As posted Friday on our Triangulator blog, and accidentally not posted here at the same time... If there was any doubt about the depth and breadth of the economic crisis in general and the daily newspaper crisis in particular, this afternoon's announcement from the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival abolishes it. The New York Times, which has provided sponsorship support for the 12-year-old festival since 2001, has withdrawn its commitment, the festival announced today, less than three weeks away from the start of this year's event, which is scheduled for April 2-5 in Durham. The Times was one of...

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Monday, March 9, 2009

What is Artery?

Posted By on Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 3:57 PM

It's our revamped ADF blog, now a seasonal arts blog allowing us to cover seasonal arts and arts festivals such as Full Frame Documentary Film Festival (April 2-5, 2009) and American Dance Festival (June 11-July 26, 2009). Check back in a few weeks for the start of our Full Frame coverage....

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