Watch the documentary in advance and then join Red Collective for a one hour discussion with the film’s creator and Durhamite, Carol Thomson.
REDTalks are a series of short chats on a variety of topics exploring the arenas of business, design, and the home. Join us to mingle with fellow members of the community while we learn from one another.
Date: February 9, 2021
Time: 6:30 – 7:30pm
THE RISE AND FALL OF LIBERTY will screen online via the Chelsea Theatre in Chapel Hill, NC as part of the Chelsea Selects program.
Dates: July, 2020
THE RISE AND FALL OF LIBERTY will screen at the Chelsea Theatre in Chapel Hill, NC as part of the OLLI Film Series. Q&A with filmmaker Carol Thomson will follow.
Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2019
THE RISE AND FALL OF LIBERTY will screen in the film theater at The Ruby, the new Rubenstein Arts Center at Duke on Central Campus. Q&A with filmmakers, Carol Thomson and Jim Haverkamp, will follow. Sponsored by the Program in Arts of the Moving Image (AMI). Details here.
Date: Friday, March 2, 2018
Cost: FREE Reserve your free ticket (1 per person). You must be in your seat by 7pm. If sold-out, there will be a stand-by line at the venue for attendees without ticket reservations. Starting at 7pm, those in the stand-by line will be afforded any vacant seats on first-come-first served basis!
THE RISE AND FALL OF LIBERTY has been selected to screen at the Carrboro Film Festival in Carrboro, NC.
We have three educational screenings in October in the Triangle:
- Riverside High School Honors Civics and Economics classes in Durham
- N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources in Raleigh
- UNC Urban Geography classes in Chapel Hill
THE RISE AND FALL OF LIBERTY will screen at Indigo Moon Film Festival in historic downtown Fayetteville.
We are partnering with Preservation Durham to screen THE RISE AND FALL OF LIBERTY!
Saturday, September 9, 2017
7pm – 10pm (food truck, beer, pie, etc at 7 with film starting around 8:15 followed by Q&A).
Durham Athletic Park (old Durham ballpark)
Downtown on the corner of Washington St and Corporation St.
Durham, NC 27701
We will be viewing the film in the small “green” adjacent to the old concession booths – please bring a blanket or chair.
While tickets are free, this is a fundraiser, so please make a donation based on what you can afford!
The Harvest and Hornworm Festival at Duke Homestead will host free screenings at 10am and 12pm on Saturday, August 26. Q&A with Director, Carol Thomson, to follow each screening. All-day festival includes live music, hornworm race, mock tobacco auction, and lots more! Read details.
THE RISE AND FALL OF LIBERTY will screen at the Full Bloom Film Festival in Statesville, NC. Festival runs September 14-16, 2017.