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Carrboro Film Festival 2013 – Official Selection

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Great bit of news from the Carrboro Film Festival 2013, as one of our short films was an official selection.

Carrboro Film Festival 2013

Looking forward to seeing the line up and being at the festival on November 24th and 25th. Starting to get more involved on the NYC side of things too, and while we were too late to submit anything, did check out a friends film the other day, as well as a few other shorts at the Crown Heights Film Festival.

So hopefully we’ll get more involved on that side too in the near future, but from the NC State side, we’ve got our own film selected there – one that in fact was filmed in Carrboro earlier this year. More info to come soon, exact schedules not announced yet but should be a good weekend anyway.

An Idiot’s Guide (on How Not to Be an Idiot)

Friday, September 20th, 2013

Long time no post! But we have been working on stuff, such as our recently completed short movie ‘An Idiot’s Guide (on How Not to Be an Idiot)‘ and we would like to invite you to Bowbarr (same place we filmed) on Sunday 9/22 at 8 PM for a screening.

An Idiots Guide (On How Not To Be an Idiot) at Bowbarr

We will also include another short that we did last year (Alphabet Soup) and a sketch we did the earlier this year (Lessons and Blessins with Kurt Weathers).

Bowbarr is at
705 W. Rosemary Street
Carrboro, NC 27517
Sunday 9/22 @ 8PM

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We will provide some snacks and Bowbarr will be open for drinks. If you have any questions, let us know, otherwise, see you Sunday night!

Hamlet – A Modernized Rendition

Monday, March 18th, 2013

In between working on various screenplays and short films, there’s somehow time for acting on-stage as well. In particular, The Marowitz Hamlet, which is a free adaptation and an alternate take of Shakespeare’s Hamlet from a different standpoint. This version unfolds in a stream of consciousness, like the glimpses of rapid memory flashes in Hamlet’s final moments.

Marowitz has drastically shortened Hamlet for this version, from a traditionally five-act, four-hour story down to about 90 minutes, inter-cutting characters, scenes, and events with one another, while leaving the plot intact and providing the viewer with a modern remix that brings familiarity along with new insights and emphasis on the sub-plot.

Featured in this adaptation of Hamlet is our own Justin Mejia (playing the part of Fortinbras). The production will run March 27-30, 2013 at Common Ground Theatre – 4815b Hillsborough Rd. Durham, NC 27705
Performances are Wednesday through Saturday at 8:00 pm and Saturday at 2 pm.

For map and ticket information as well as more details on the rest of the case –

Tickets are $15 general admission, $12 for seniors, students, and children. For more information about the production, please call 919-339-1558.

Thanks To Everyone That Made It

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

Much thanks to everyone that was able to make it to our premiere of both short films (and various even shorter skits) at Nightlight in Chapel Hill last Saturday, and made the night a hit. And while Bryan and Justin did an awesome job hosting the night, their picture taking was limited. So if anyone else has photos, send them this way!

And last but not least, we can finally put the clips on the site later in the week so stay tuned…..