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Cardinal Lanes Bowling Alley becoming a hit within the film industry

The film industry has taken off again in the Cape Fear. There are now multiple productions taking place at once and area businesses are the feeling the positive impact. 

Behind the scenes look of Wilmington house featured in Hallmark movie

Although it's only September, Christmas is already happening in one part of the Cape Fear. It's part of the Hallmark movie USS Christmas filming in Wilmington.

Despite a tough start to the year film industry expects to rebound in 2020

The film industry has been hit particularly hard by covid-19 stopping production all across the nation, but now they are looking to make a grand return in the second-half of 2020.

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.

Self-employed workers fight for aid, can’t get answers from DES

Self-employed workers across the country right now are desperate for financial help, and a lot of people in the film industry fall into that category.

Film industry leaders discuss what’s next for grants, crew members, productions after COVID-19

Many businesses are taking a hard hit during the coronavirus pandemic, and the film industry is no different.

‘The Lost Boys’ looking for extras in the Wilmington area

A new television pilot is looking for extras in the Wilmington area.

Two new pilots on horizon for Wilmington film industry

The film industry is on an upward climb in the Cape Fear region. Two new pilots are reportedly in pre-production here in Wilmington.

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.

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Hurricanes complete the two game sweep of the Florida Panthers

Martin Necas scored 1:59 into overtime and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Florida Panthers 3-2 on Monday night. Brett Pesce and Vincent Trochek also scored for the Hurricanes, who won their second straight at Florida.

Following 26 day layoff UNCW Men’s Basketball prepare for CAA Tournament

After a long and tiresome year, the regular season has finally come to an end for the UNCW Men's Basketball program. Now, the Seahawks turn their focus towards preparing for the conference tournament. 

Oak Island’s first brewery looks to open this summer

Oak Island will soon be the home to a brewery. This will a first for the island.