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Shifting strategies as film industry grinds to halt amid coronavirus pandemic

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the film industry is in limbo. The North Carolina Film Forum met virtually for the second time Wednesday night to discuss what's next.

Cucalorus festival hosts second day of events

The 25th Annual Cucalorus festival kicked off Wednesday in Downtown Wilmington, and those involved say it's more than just a film festival.

‘What the River Knows’ short film inspired by 1898 massacre

One of the bleakest chapters in Wilmington's history is portrayed in a new film titled "What the River Knows."

County leaders press for film funding as local film foundation begins grant push

Lawmakers have made steps to improve the grants year after year, but local leaders here want to see more.

Cucalorus Film Foundation to receive $20,000 grant

For the fifth year in a row, Cucalorus Film Foundation is proud to announce their receipt of an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).

23rd annual Cucalorus Festival kicks off in downtown Wilmington

The 23rd annual Cucalorus Film Festival kicked off Wednesday night in downtown Wilmington.

Filmmakers meet to discuss saving film industry

The goal of the event was to brainstorm ideas, network with others and come up with ways to re-create Wilmy-Wood.

Cucalorus Connect is back for second year at the festival

It's that time of year, the Cucalorus Film Festival is back and for the second year in a row Cucalorus Connect is part of the festival as well.

Cucalorus accepting applications for ‘Filmed in NC’ grant

Calling all filmmakers! Cucalorus is accepting applications for its 2nd annual “Filmed in NC” Cucalorus Indie Filmmakers Fund.

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Judge tosses most claims over clearing protesters in DC park

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Nassib becomes first NFL player on active roster to come out as gay

More than a dozen NFL players have come out as gay after their careers were over.

Senate budget uses NC revenue boon on more tax cuts, capital

North Carolina Senate Republicans have unveiled a two-year state budget proposal that sticks to earlier spending limits even with recent news of a massive revenue windfall.