Students at Williston Middle School were in for quite a treat this afternoon. The documentary "Althea" premiered at their school today.
The Department of Veteran Affairs estimates at least 22 veterans commit suicide a day. One is too much. 22 is a reality. This documentary tells the story of three critically injured warriors and their highs, lows, and once again highs as they continue to be still in the fight. Their story was funded by a Wilmington man. The way he sprung into action....is 'Extraordinary'.
This fall, the 19th annual festival will showcase more than 200 films and attract thousands of cultural travelers, creative leaders and filmmakers who descend upon the Port City from Spain, Israel, Brazil and from more than 70 cities across the US. Cucalorus showcases bold, innovative film-making with programs dedicated to dance, emerging artists, North Carolina, social justice, works-in-progress, and global cinema.
Documentary filmmaker Alex Eaves, who launched a successful Kickstarter campaign in May 2013, has chosen Tmuffin, a local children's playspace, to feature in his documentary "Reuse: Because You Can't Recycle the Planet."
Project HEAL, a nonprofit organization that funds scholarships for eating disorder treatment, is hosting a screening of the documentary "Someday Melissa."
A Wilmington man has teamed up with a local ministry to capture its impact in Africa.
Curtis Thieman will take his video camera to Rwanda and Kenya this weekend. He hopes to put together a touching video showing how Zoe Ministry is helping orphans struggling in poverty.
Wilmington police are asking residents to participate in a contest to bring an anti-bullying documentary to Wilmington. Vote now to bring the film to the Port City.