Collaborative partners a/perture Cinema, New Winston Museum and Piedmont Triad Film Commission have announced the arrival of the “Made in Winston-Salem” film and exhibit series premiering March 12th, 2015. “Made in Winston-Salem” will include screenings of films and exhibits featuring information about films created in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County and will highlight the artistic and economic impact of local film productions on the community. This series facilitates dialogue between the community and the filmmakers, as well as encourages a renewed interest in the city/county as a setting for future film endeavors!
Made possible through an Innovative Project Grant from the Arts Council of Winston-Salem, the series will also feature interviews with some of the award-winning and renowned filmmakers who chose to set their films in the area, many of whom are Winston-Salem natives, residents, or products of local film schools. Winston-Salem is the star in this film series and attendees will receive a “Made in Winston-Salem Location Scouting Guide” featuring a map highlighting many of the local filming locations from each film.
Screenings in the series will occur on the dates indicated below at 7:30pm at A/perture Cinema, 311 West Fourth St. Winston-Salem.* Admission is free.
“Made in Winston-Salem” will include the following films:
March 12th- THE TRIALS OF DARRYL HUNT (2006)
April 19th – RiverRun International Film Festival NC Filmmakers Panel
May 14th- GEORGE WASHINGTON (2000)
June 11th-JUNEBUG (2005)
July 9th -GOODBYE SOLO (2008)
July 19th – MR. DESTINY(1990) *presented in conjunction with Sunset Flicks at Winston Square Park.