2014 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival


Each Spring since 1998, Durham has hosted the Full Frame Documentary Festival.  The festival provides an opportunity for Documentary Filmmakers to air their latest work to an eager public.  Scheduled over the course of four days, with showings from morning to midnight, the festival allows film lovers to view and discuss what they have just watched and plan to watch.

This years festival was held at various venues around Downtown Durham and the weather was perfect for walking to the different film locations and ideal for sitting outside and discussing what was just watched.

On Saturday afternoon Justin Laidlaw and I ambushed a few unsuspecting moviegoers outside the Carolina Theatre to get their opinion and thoughts on the festival.

The Carolina Theater built in 1923 is the cities last of the original theaters built in Durham

 

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