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FALL 2014 MOVIE SCHEDULE
There are still close to twenty movies yet to open in August, but the Fall 2014 movie season starts after Labor Day. Check local listings for openings of anticipated movies.
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- Along with outer theatre and movie events, there's an inner theatre of your brain.
.....Professor Mark Pizzato helps us to understand, look here
- Made in Charlotte 2014, Charlotte's Red Carpet Event of the Year. To celebrate the Made in Charlotte 2014 film contest, a red carpet awards gala, $5,000 in prizes, a silent auction, and photo opportunities will take place on September 9 at 7:00 pm at Suite Charlotte in the EpiCentre. Open to the public, the results of local filmmakers’ hard work and the votes from celebrity judges will be celebrated and awarded by host and local comedian, Johnny Millwater. .....for more info
- North Carolina Musicians: Photographs and Conversations by Daniel Coston is now available at Amazon. .....look here
LOOK TOWARD THE LIGHT
"Into my heart's night
Along a narrow way
I groped; and lo! the light,
An infinite land of day."
A view of the arts in the "style of the moment"
Have you had your fill of dystopian futures where the saviors are teenagers? Here comes another movie that was based on a book actually published in 1993, way before the current crop. It was only a matter of time before Lois Lowry's Newberry Medal award-winning novel, The Giver,
would find its way onscreen given the financial success of other recent dystopian book series, though Jeff Bridges says he has been trying to accomplish that for a long time. The Giver
is not as flashy or violent
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