If you’ve been in the area for long you’ve probably heard of Full Frame – the annual festival (sponsored by the Duke Center for Documentary Studies) brings documentary film makers from around the world to Durham to show off their work.
Even if documentaries aren’t your bag, the festival is a big deal for Durham. Full Frame spans half a dozen venues and four blocks, over 100 films will be displayed over its four day run, and attendees will dump an estimated $2.5 million into the local economy.
So hey, if you’re near downtown this weekend, you might wanna check it out. Passes are sold out, but tickets for individual showings are still available. If you need some guidance on what to see, The Indy is really the place to get the scoop: they have a list of recommendations as well as a category for articles related to the event.