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From TV Line: 2015 Renewal Scorecard

April 14, 2015

What's Coming Back? What's Getting Cancelled? What's on the Bubble?

TVLine’s annual index of immeasurable relief and crushing disappointment known as the Renewal Scorecard has arrived!

From now until late May, ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW will determine which shows are good to return for

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From WLTX: Local Filmmaker Screening ‘Cotton Road’ at Indie Grits

April 14, 2015

Columbia, SC (WLTX)- A Columbia filmmaker will be screening her documentary, "Cotton Road," at the Indie Grits Film Festival Wednesday.

The film follows the cotton picked in rural South Carolina overseas to clothing and textile factories in China, exposing the process of how clothes are made.

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Movie Makers Film Camp 2015!

April 13, 2015

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Movie Makers is a film camp  designed to teach students 7-15 about the process of filmmaking. We strive to incorporate as much hands-on learning as possible, therefore placing our focus primarily on production. 

Students

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From the CBJ: Here’s when you can see Charlotte venues on ‘Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives’

April 13, 2015

Jen Wilson
Associate Editor/Online-Charlotte Business Journal

Food Network star Guy Fieri generated a buzz when he cruised through Charlotte last month, making stops at a number of local eateries.

Details on his visits trickled out via social media, mostly in the form of photos showing Fieri

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From Digital Film People: An Evening of Film!

April 08, 2015

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From the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: IT’S ELEMENTARY: SHERLOCK HOLMES ON THE SCREEN

April 08, 2015

 
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From the Charlotte Post:  Former Charlottean in doc spotlight ‘Healing History’

April 08, 2015

by Herbert L. White

Former Charlotte resident Mwalimu Melodye Micëre Van Putten is returning to celebrate her works in film and poetry.  

Van Putten, who now lives in Bermuda is featured in “Healing History: The Documentary,” which will be screened April 10 at the

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From the Charlotte Observer: James Best, sheriff of ‘Hazzard County,’ dies

April 08, 2015

BY MARK WASHBURN

MWASHBURN@CHARLOTTEOBSERVER.COM

James Best, whose prolific career included 83 movies and 600 TV shows but is best remembered for portraying Rosco P. Coltrane, the bumbling sheriff of Hazzard County, died late Monday in Hickory at age 88.

Best died in hospice after a brief

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From the Charlotte Observer: ‘Carolina girl’ is the star of latest Sparks movie

April 06, 2015

BY THÉODEN JANES

TJANES@CHARLOTTEOBSERVER.COM

The new movie “The Longest Ride” is based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks, and that being said, one can make a few fairly safe assumptions.

1. The story will be set in North Carolina, as has been the case with all nine film adaptations of his

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From the CBJ: Film incentive grant to fund three N.C. projects, including one here

April 06, 2015

Three film productions — including on in the Charlotte area — will max out North Carolina's state film grant for this year.

The other two projects are in Wilmington and western North Carolina.

The trio of productions have been tapped by the N.C. Commerce Department and the Economic

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