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Full Frame lines up additional programming, free screenings

The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival has announced additional programming that includes four Center Frame programs, Garrett Scott Documentary Development Grant recipients, the Southern Documentary Fund: In-the-Works program and four free screenings. (Pictured: Andrew Rossi's Ivory Tower)
March 14, 2014

The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival has announced additional programming that includes four Center Frame programs, Garrett Scott Documentary Development Grant recipients, the Southern Documentary Fund: In-the-Works program and four free screenings.

The festival, which revealed its documentary line-up last week, will include four of its Invited Program films in its Center Frame program. The films include Nancy Buirski’s Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq, Ben Cotner and Ryan White’s The Case Against 8, Katy Chevigny and Ross Kauffman’s E-Team and Andrew Rossi’s Ivory Tower (pictured above). Following the screenings, filmmakers and subjects from the docs will hold an extended conversation.

Meanwhile, the 2014 Garrett Scott Documentary Development Grant has been awarded to James Demo for The Peacemaker and RaMell Ross for Hale County. The grant recognizes first-time filmmakers who portray a unique vision in the content and style of their films. Elsewhere,  the Southern Documentary Fund, which gives Southern filmmakers the chance to get feedback on projects, is showing in-the-works clips from Danielle Beverly’s Old South and Dawn Porter’s Trapped, followed by a discussion with the filmmakers.

Finally, in addition to closing night film The Battered Bastards of Baseball by Chapman Way and Maclain Way, the festival will feature four free screenings of Ryan White’s Good Ol’ Freda and Patrick Creadon’s If You Build It.

The festival runs from April 3 – 6.

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