Virtual Reality Mural Shows Up in Downtown Cary

Cary, NC — The second installment of the pop-up outdoor art series, “Glow” started up last night in downtown Cary.

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Locally Made Documentary Receives Emmy Nomination

Cary, NC — A locally-made, historic documentary called “Shaw Rising” tells the untold beginnings of Shaw University, the oldest Historically Black College in the South. It premiered in February 2020 and now the 57-minute film is up for a regional Emmy Award.

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December 2020 Shows at The Cary Theater’s Virtual Cinema

Cary, NC — In mid-October the Cary Theater started up their virtual cinema as a way to bring arthouse cinema experience home for its patrons.

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Cary’s 2020 Zombiepalooza Starts Tomorrow

Cary, NC — The 5th annual Zombiepalooza screening party starts tomorrow featuring locally produced, zombie-themed short films.

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Cary Theater Launches Virtual Cinema

Cary, NC — The Cary Theater, for the first time in its history, is bringing the arthouse cinema experience home for its patrons.

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Cary’s Beyond Film Festival Starts Tomorrow

Cary, NC — The first ever virtually-delivered film festival in Cary will hit screens everywhere tomorrow.

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Film Festival Goes “BEYOND” the Theater

Cary, NC — The 3rd Annual BEYOND Film Festival is not just hitting one big screen this year. Instead, it will reach screens all over Cary with the capability for film lovers all over the globe to attend.

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Bakery in Cary Featured in Film Festival

Cary, NC — Once in a Blue Moon Bakery in downtown Cary is the subject of a 1-minute short film featured in the virtual Clean Shorts Film Festival from May 1-3, 2020.

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Beyond Film Festival Moves to September

Cary, NC — The doors of the Cary Theater have remained closed for more than a month, but the planning and behind-the-scenes work have continued on.

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March 2020 Shows at The Cary Theater

Cary, NC — The Cary Theater has a jampacked March showcase full of amazing live shows, award-winning films and even a free afternoon movie for the Town of Cary’s Arbor Day Celebration.

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