Alice Fest returns to Durham, N.C., on Sunday, March 10, 2019! What is Alice Fest? Alice Fest is a one-day film festival. The tagline is “Films by women. For everyone.” It is typically held in March in honor of Women’s History Month in the Full Frame Theater in Durham, N.C., in association with the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. Alice Fest is free and open to the public.
My newest film, The Innocent AK, is screening at the 2018 Longleaf Film Festival! The festival is at the N.C. Museum of History in downtown Raleigh, N.C., on Saturday, May 12th. The Innocent AK is screening in Film Block D, in Daniels Auditorium, at 5:00 PM. The festival is free to attend. On Saturday, May 12th, I’ll also be part of a panel discussion on women in film. No tickets are required
The fifth annual Meredith College Documentary Film Festival will be held on campus in Raleigh, N.C., on Sunday, January 28th, 2017, starting at 2:00 PM. The festival was born from the screening of my very first film, Abandoned Allies, many years ago. Since then, I’ve been invited to be the moderator during the festival. It’s such an honor!
Making AK taught me so much. Some of these lessons are new, some are repeat reminders. I’m thankful for all of them. 1. Go make a movie. You learn more by doing than overthinking. I highly recommend to anyone interested in filmmaking to simply start making movies. Use what you’ve got, even if it’s the smartphone in your back pocket. (One of my movies is an iPhone documentary, which I
Last year, you heard me talk about a short film AK. If you’re curious what’s happened with it since, this blog post is for you. Wanna skip to the end? The long and short of it is this: we’re working on a means to screen the finished piece locally sometime soon. I’ll share more details about that when things are more finalized. What’s AK? AK is the shortened title of the
Meredith College is hosting its fourth annual documentary film festival on Sunday, January 22nd. It’s free and open to the public. Not only will I be there for the whole fest to watch movies, I’m also screening part of my upcoming film Good Thing (newly titled), featuring Meredith College professor Shannon Johnstone and her photography project Landfill Dogs. The new documentary is a feature-length film – a work-in-progress – which will hopefully
Brewconomy, our independent documentary about North Carolina craft beer, is screening three times this May. We are absolutely thrilled to collaborate with such great organizations to share the film with you! Here are details about all three upcoming screenings. Saturday, May 7th, 9:30 PM The Cary Theater, Cary, N.C. Get more details here. Friday, May 13th, 5:00 PM Longleaf Film Festival, Raleigh, N.C. Get more details here. Tuesday, May 24th, 6:30 PM NoDa Brewing Company, Charlotte, N.C. Get