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"Seen in the South" 

When: Mon., Dec. 17, 8 p.m. 2012

Tom Whiteside, Durham's resident keeper of the ancient cinematic arts, offers two screenings of his "Seen in the South" program, which consists of several shorts, including "Conjure Bearden," edited by Whiteside from archival footage by H. Lee Waters. Whiteside will be at his downtown studio Sunday and Monday at 8 p.m.; we suggest Monday, partly because it's quieter but also because he'll maintain open hours from noon to 5 p.m. for his exhibition, "One Hundred Years of Image Machines," where you'll surely find such marvelous early devices as the magic lantern and the zoetrope. But you can see this exhibit on either night simply by arriving early. The studio is located at 305 E. Chapel Hill St.; visit Durham Cinematheque on Facebook. —David Fellerath

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