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Three Times Outside

Photo courtesy of Tom Whiteside

Three Times Outside

Durham Cinematheque's Three Times Outside 

When: Fri., Oct. 15, 7-9 p.m. 2010
Price: Free

The three-screen projection is a stunning but little-used hallmark of cinema. (Those who've seen Abel Gance's silent classic Napoleon in its full projection, I envy you.) Durham Cinematheque presents a trio of three-screeners—an underwater sequence; a three-screen version of Charlie Chaplin's One A.M., and a three-screen take on one of Durham filmmaker Tom Whiteside's first films, Star Away From Home. Whiteside is also the curator of Durham Cinematheque. The screenings take place in Room 100 of Building 3. —Zack Smith


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