Current Schedule

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Location: Streaming (online)

Screen/Society delves into the dusty archive of import, out of print, and custom fan-subtitled DVDs, in search of forgotten gems of Hong Kong genre cinema from the 80s

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Location: Streaming (online)

Screen/Society delves into the dusty archive of import, out of print, and custom fan-subtitled DVDs, in search of forgotten gems of Hong Kong genre cinema from the 80s

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Location: Streaming (online)

Screen/Society delves into the dusty archive of import, out of print, and custom fan-subtitled DVDs, in search of forgotten gems of Hong Kong genre cinema from the 80s and 90s.

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Location: Streaming (online)

Screen/Society delves into the dusty archive of import, out of print, and custom fan-subtitled DVDs, in search of forgotten gems of Hong Kong genre cinema from the 80s and 90s.

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Location: Streaming (online)

Screen/Society delves into the dusty archive of import, out of print, and custom fan-subtitled DVDs, in search of forgotten gems of Hong Kong genre cinema from the 80s and 90s.

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Location: Streaming (online)

Screen/Society delves into the dusty archive of import, out of print, and custom fan-subtitled DVDs, in search of forgotten gems of Hong Kong genre cinema from the 80s and 90s.

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Location: Streaming (online)

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Location: Streaming (online)

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Location: Streaming (online)

Screening at 7:00 PM / Zoom Discussion at 8:45 PM

Miss Juneteenth (dir. Channing Godfrey Peoples, prod. Neil Creque Williams '06; 2020, 99 min, USA, English, Color)

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Location: Streaming (online)

Screen/Society delves into the dusty archive of import, out of print, and custom fan-subtitled DVDs, in search of forgotten gems of Hong Kong genre cinema from the 80s and 90s.

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Location: Streaming (online)

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Location: Streaming (online)

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Location: Streaming (online)

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Location: Streaming (online)

[Please register for access to view the film via the link above]


The North Carolina Latin American Film Festival and Screen/Society present:

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Location: Streaming (online)

Curated festival of notable student films produced in Spring 2020
AMI/Cinematic Arts Courses at Duke University.

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Location: Streaming (online)

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Location: Streaming (online)

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Location: Streaming online

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Location: Streaming online

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Location: Streaming online [register via the link below]

EXCLUSIVE FILM SCREENING & ALUMNI TALKBACK

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Location: Streaming online

New Releases / New Restorations

Cinemas may have gone dark in 2020, but these seven new films are deserving of some love.

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Location: Streaming online


2021 Tournées Film Festival

March 1 - March 28, 2021

Supported by a grant from FACE Foundation, with as

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Location: Screen/Society Virtual Cinema (online)

The Water On Venus Won't Help You A Bit: Films of Michael Robinson

Michael Robinson’s moving image works explore personal and collective experience in a mediated world gone weird.

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Location: Streaming Online

Duke Independent Film Festival (DIFF) returns as a special virtual screening on Friday, April 9, 7pm. DIFF is organized and populated entirely by Duke students.

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Location: YouTube Playlist [Program Duration: 76 min.]

While movie industries worldwide have been shuttered for the past year, the students and instructors of Cinematic Arts have been cranking out some truly wonderful work.

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Location: Screen/Society Virtual Cinema (streaming online)

2021 MFA|EDA Thesis Show Encore

Screen/Society is proud to partner with Duke University's Master of Fine Arts in Experimental & Documentary Arts (MFA|EDA) to present the public streaming premiere of four MFA thesis films on May 14, 2021.