Apr 3 Wed
  1. Motion for Pictures Screening Series Presented by Triangle Filmmaking Community

    Starts 4/3/2019 at 8:00 PM EDT
    Ends 4/4/2019 at 12:00 AM EDT
    Add to Your Calendar
    Added by ConcourseConnect System
    @ 122 EAST CHATHAM, CARY, NC, 27511, United States
    The most diverse showcase of independent film in The Triangle brings you an exciting new lineup of award-winning cinema! Join us at our NEW TIME: 8pm on Wednesday, April 3rd for seven short films that have received accolades across the globe!
    Refreshments are available at BREW and every M4P ticket gets you a discount off any food item at Crosstown Pub & Grill, so make it a dinner-and-a-movie night!
    Don't miss the preshow- featuring music, mayhem, and laughs- beginning at 7:30pm!

    Some films may contain mature content.

    THE SETLIST presents: Triplicity @ The Pour House
    SCAM NATION presents: Teleport a Card Two Ways | Tip-Over Change
    DEAR SIRS COMEDY presents: Zombie Girlfriend

    SCRAMBLED (dir. Bastiaan Schravendeel)
    When 19-year old Esra misses her train and kills time playing a fast-paced, flashy game on her smartphone, a vintage Rubik’s Cube challenges her attention...

    BIRTHDAY BASH (dir. Colin James)
    Inspired by teen comedies and slasher films of the 1980's, "Birthday Bash" is a camp horror short film set in 1987.

    STAR WARS: DRESCA (dir. Jessica Champneys)
    When an injured imperial pilot is rescued by rebels after the Battle of Endor, she must choose between her loyalty to the Empire and the kindness of strangers she once thought of as monsters.

    TOILET MAN (dir. Chenyang Shu)
    All his life, Adam has hidden in the bathroom stall whenever others bully him. But when girl he loves is in danger, he must confront his fears and become: Toilet Man!

    FOX FOR A PENNY (dir. Jack Lowe)
    A girl is taken into the world of adulthood when she accepts the charms of another.

    THE EVOLUTION OF ASHEVILLE (dir. Christopher W. Childers)
    A collection of interviews outline how Asheville has changed over the years for residents as the city has grown, as well as how it has affected the arts.

    CANON (dir. Igor Sadovski)
    A young woman discovers her estranged father's secrets when she returns home to settle his affairs after his death.

    Will call tickets may be picked up at The Cary Box Office beginning one hour prior to the movies. For assistance with accessible seating requests at The Cary Theater after 3pm on Friday and throughout the weekend, please contact the general box office at 919-462-2055, and/or reach out to the House Manager beginning one hour prior to the performance.
    Will call tickets may be picked up at The Cary Box Office beginning one hour prior to the movies.