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NoDa Film Festival

The NoDa Film Festival began in February 2006 with a free three-day festival celebrating African American cinema. It focused on great-but-underexposed African American films and filmmakers, including such acclaimed films as Daughters of the Dust and the hip hop documentary Style Wars. Our second festival featured Great Asian Cinema in August 2006. It offered an overview of this vibrant film culture that included everything from kung-fu classics to historical melodramas to modern masterpieces. Our mission is to foster community by presenting high-quality cinema that is largely unavailable elsewhere. The NoDa Film Festival aims to highlight great movies from throughout international film history and draw from multiple genres including documentary, foreign, vintage Hollywood, independent, experimental, and silent films. We hope to show that these films can be just as fun and relevant as the ones playing at the local multiplex. Thanks to a recent grant from the Charlotte Arts & Science Council, admission will remain free so that everyone can afford to enjoy the rich and exciting history of cinema. The full schedule with synopses for the next festival can be found at

French New Wave Cinema

The NoDa Film Festival returns from Sunday, February 25 to Tuesday, February 27 to the historic Neighborhood Theater. This time we’re celebrating “French New Wave Cinema,” the movement that transformed movies and paved the way for today’s independent film culture. Co-sponsored by the Alliance Francaise, the festival is FREE and open to the public. The New Wave took movies away from the studios and gave them back to the filmmakers themselves. Shot on location and on the fly, French New ...

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