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Southern Stories 

When: Fri., March 11, 7 p.m. 2011

Yay, Southern filmmaking! When people from the South make films, it's a sign there's hope for the rest of us. This round includes two shorts by Paul Harrill. Gina, An Actress, Age 29, an award winner at Sundance, deals with a budding actress who gets in over her head, while Quick Hands, Soft Feet highlights mumblecore star and now-ubiquitous Greta Gerwig as the fiancée of a minor-league ballplayer in a slump. The evening also includes Ashley Maynor's documentary For Memories' Sake, a look at the life and work of Southern homemaker Angela Singer, who has taken an average of a dozen photographs a day for the last 35 years. The program is presented by the Center for Documentary Studies, with support from the Program in the Arts of the Moving Image at Duke University and the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. The screenings start at 7 p.m. —Zack Smith

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