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In the Diaspora Festival at UNC and Aural Futures at Duke, Independent African-American Filmmakers Shape the Future

In the Diaspora Festival at UNC and Aural Futures at Duke, Independent African-American Filmmakers Shape the Future

Plus, our editor’s picks for seven movies you can’t miss this fall.

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In the Diaspora Festival at UNC and Aural Futures at Duke, Independent African-American Filmmakers Shape the Future

Film Spotlight Plus, our editor’s picks for seven movies you can’t miss this fall.

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A Durham Docuseries Celebrates New Kinds of Quinceañeras for a New Generation of Mexican Americans

Film Spotlight Rodrigo Dorfman and Peter Eversoll's ¡FIESTA! Quinceañera is available on YouTube via PBS's Indie Lens Storycast.

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Competitive-Jigsaw-Puzzling Picture Puzzle Is Missing a Few Pieces

Film Review Marc Turtletaub's film opens in the Triangle on Friday, Aug. 24.

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Movie Review: A Talented, Tortured British Fashion Supernova Receives a Compassionate Tribute in McQueen

Arts Ian Bonhote and Peter Ettedgui's documentary about the iconoclastic fashion designer opened in local theaters today.

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On the Upside, Crazy Rich Asians Is a Genuine Cultural Milestone. On the Downside, It's ... Not That Good?

Film Review The overdue Asian-American-led rom-com opens in Triangle theaters this Friday, Aug. 17.

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Movie Review: Internet Celebrity Bo Burnham Skewers the Medium of His Fame in Half-Brilliant Directorial Debut Eighth Grade

Arts Witness a world in which a personal party invitation isn’t official until it’s resent via social media, but definitely not Facebook, because no one uses that anymore.

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Movie Review: The Least Interesting Thing About Christopher Robin Is Christopher Robin

Arts But seeing Winnie the Pooh and his pals as CGI plush toys ambling around real environments sure takes some getting used to.

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Movie Review: The Audacious Mission: Impossible – Fallout Rivals the Best of Bourne and Recent Bond

Arts It’s the sort of tour de force for the masses that makes us fall in love with big movies and big movie stars.

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