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Screening Dec. 28th: Displacement Welcomed

Much as we love creating and sharing our own content, this site is about shining a light on all the great things going on in this community.  To that end we'd like to bring your attention to the upcoming screening of the gut-punching short film Displacement Welcomed.

We recently talked to director Evan Kidd for Local Film Talk about his unique new film and the process of making it.  While you wait for that interview (which is coming in the very near future), Evan will be presenting the film along with a live Q&A at the end of this month in Durham, North Carolina.

From the Facebook page:

Come down to Durham Sunday evening for a double feature of short films by Evan Kidd!

Kicking things off with his latest award winning movie Displacement Welcomed - Short Film. Fresh off the heels of the VIEWSTER International Film Festival in Zürich, Switzerland. A young woman returns home to deal with her father’s disappearance. However along the way its a homeless woman who helps her find what she truly seeks.

After the show there will be an audience Q&A with the cast/crew of Displacement Welcomed. Come prepared with great questions! 

http://displacementwelcomed.com/

The festivities are FREE, (however there is a suggested $2 donation at the door to our generous host Motorco.)

Additionally we will be raising money for local Raleigh homeless shelter Raleigh Rescue Mission. Please consider donating to make a difference in the lives of homeless individuals right here in our community.

After the main events feel free to stick around for a complimentary screening of Evan’s 2013 documentary film Spazz Out! The in-depth process of planning, running, promoting, and keeping a small town music festival alive and well while bringing a community together through music.

In The Showroom
Doors at 6:00
Movie at 7:00

If you're in the area we hope you can make it out to the screening.  If not, you can check out both films by clicking the links above.

Thanks for helping to support indie film.

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