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27590
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The forthcoming film Joe, directed by David Gordon Green, has deep roots in North Carolina. North Carolina native and Duke professor Gary Hawkins adapted the screen play for the film and was the teacher of Green at the North Carolina School of the Arts. Hawkins discusses the process of adapting Larry Brown’s novel, working on the film, and working with Green.
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27704
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Steve Barrell is a lead investigator for Haunted North Carolina, a Durham-based nonprofit that conducts investigations of paranormal activity. Barrell and his team focus on data from audio recordings to detect electronic voice phenomena. Barrell works as a legitimate researcher, researching parapsychology in the Triangle Area.
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29074
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The independent documentary Raising Bertie was filmed in Bertie County of eastern North Carolina. Shot over six years, the film tracks the lives of three young African American men as they grow from their teenage years into adulthood. The result is an intimate chronicle of growing up in a small, impoverished rural community, while facing racism.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 34 Issue 23, June 28 2017, p22, por Periodical Website
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