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Motion for Pictures Screening Series Presented by Triangle Filmmaking Community

Friday, June 14, 2024
The Triangle Filmmaking Community is joining with The Cary to present the Motion for Pictures Screening Series. Join us at 7pm at the Cary theater for the show and stick around for a Q&A afterward. Refreshments are available at BREW Cary and every M4P ticket gets you 15% off any food item at Crosstown Pub & Grill. Gravity is a mistake. The dead are hiding secrets. Any problem can be solved with enough firepower and attitude. These are just a few of the themes explored in this month’s Motion For Pictures, which features stunning work from eight local, international, and female filmmakers. Fun, thrilling, and thought-provoking, M4P continues its landmark run as the premiere showcase of independent cinematic talent. Some films contain adult content. Viewer discretion is advised. BLOOD FROM A STONE (dir. Bill Palmer) When renegade cop Sean Sharpstone gets behind the wheel of his t-top Camaro, rules, consequences and ethical behavior take a backseat to looking good, kicking ass and spitting one-liners. SHAPING THE PUBLIC (dir. Dawn Mikkelson) A determined group of artists turn a vacant lot in urban Caracas, Venezuela into a cultural oasis; creating a thriving arts scene in a community known for its druglords and poverty. THE PANTY SYMPHONIC (dir. Zach Strum) An outrageous death leads to a battle over a mystical pair of women’s panties. THE CENTRIFUGE BRAIN PROJECT (dir. Till Nowak) Dr. Nick Laslowicz is working hard to harness the power of centrifugal force to create the ultimate amusement park rides. LUNCH TIME (dir. Alireza Ghasemi) A 16-year-old girl deals with the responsibility and harsh bureaucracy of having to identify the body of her mother. EXODE (dir. Kathleen Cartier, Sandrine Gimenez, Nicolas Mrikhi, Baptiste Roy, Thomas Saez) In a desert land, the last breath of a giant creature spurs the exodus of an entire people. ACID WAVES (dir. Jessica Janos) A family BBQ has a dark and mysterious beginning in this powerful domestic drama told in reverse. CROSSROAD AMIGOS (dir. Carol Housel) When two strangers cross paths in a convenience store robbery, commonality is found in the misery of their lives. Will call tickets may be picked up at The Cary Box Office beginning one hour prior to the movies.