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Bad Moms Remixes The Change-Up and The Hangover for Women. You’re Welcome?

The ensemble comedy opens locally on Friday, July 29.

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Full Frame’s Thematic Program Dives Into the Conniving, Idealistic World of Presidential Campaigns

The program, curated by the great documentarian R.J. Cutler, is a timely look at electoral politics.

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Four Full Frame Films Highlight the Heteronormative Pressures LGBTQ People Face Around the World

Call Me Marianna, Out Run, Kiki, and The Ballad of Fred Hersch all show remarkable LGBTQ people battling bigotry.

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Five Full Frame Films Measure the Line Between Being Nature’s Caretakers and Inhabitants

Kedi, Pickle, Territory, The Art of Flying, and Unlocking the Cage all center on animals.

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Six Full Frame Films Keep Local Voices in the International Mix

Raising Bertie, Off the Rails, A House Without Snakes, and several more docs have strong Tar Heel ties.

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Full Frame Tribute Award Winner Kirsten Johnson Seeks Truth in Cinematography in Cameraperson

Cameraperson and a number of Johnson’s other films screen at Full Frame this year.

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Morrisville’s Daniel Way, Longtime Writer of Deadpool Comics, Thinks the Movie Will Hit the Mark

The unlikeliest superhero blockbuster yet opens nationwide on Friday.

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UNC-TV's new series Reel South sends real Southern stories far and wide

Former Southern Documentary Fund director Rachel Raney brings stories of the South to UNC-TV

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After sparking an experimental film scene, Durham microcinema Unexposed goes big

Unexposed Microcinema opens its new permanent home and programming schedule Friday, Jan. 8.

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Which of the Triangle’s new upscale cinemas has the most panache for your extra cash?

We splurge on dinner and a movie at Silverspot and CinéBistro in time for your holiday indulgence.

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Haven't been to the Cary venue but was completely turned off by Silverspot. The seats, while cushy and with lots …

by emcrn on Which of the Triangle’s new upscale cinemas has the most panache for your extra cash? (Film Spotlight)

Southpoint matinee is upscale to me

Carolina theater is also a great place to watch a movie but movies …

by Fritx on Which of the Triangle’s new upscale cinemas has the most panache for your extra cash? (Film Spotlight)

I enjoy the Raleigh Grande theater at Lynn Rd/Glenwood Ave. Local beer, local fair trade coffee, comfortable seating and it's …

by hockeygalnc on Which of the Triangle’s new upscale cinemas has the most panache for your extra cash? (Film Spotlight)

Upscale cinema? Ha! You just made me spit out my latte when I read that. Oh, I will chuckle all …

by Arthur B Raleigh on Which of the Triangle’s new upscale cinemas has the most panache for your extra cash? (Film Spotlight)

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Haven't been to the Cary venue but was completely turned off by Silverspot. The seats, while cushy and with lots …

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