Movies Inside a Renovated Power Plant
Full Frame Film Festival is only once a year, but there are ongoing screenings every third Friday in the cozy Full Frame Theatre inside a renovated power plant in the cozy American Tobacco Campus.
When Full Frame Film Festival is not in town, the Full Frame theatre joins downtown Durham’s Third Friday festivities with the Full Frame Road Show presented by PNC. Free documentaries will be screened every Third Friday from May through the end of 2014, in the Full Frame Theater at the American Tobacco Campus. Though screenings are free, all attendees must reserve a ticket. Tickets are available at this link
(note, the link will not go live until the day of the screening, so BE ALERT, tickets are gone quickly).
About Full Frame Theatre:
Nestled in the bosom of the American Tobacco campus, the Full Frame Theater makes its home in a renovated Power Plant that used to power the old tobacco operation. Seating about 100 with year round programming, screenings, and classes, the theatre is an escape from average weekend activities that offers a more intimate setting for fascinating stories to play out on screen. One of the most unique locations for screenings in the country, Full Frame was a collaboration between the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and the team at American Tobacco. Over the course of more than a year, the first floor of the old power plant was transformed into a state-of-the-art screening facility complete with a high-performance projection system in true HD resolution.
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Full Frame Theatre
320 Blackwell St #101
Durham, NC 27701