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Shadowbox Studio is a photo & video shooting space located at 900 East Club Boulevard, Unit 2200-D (inside the new Ample Storage complex) in Durham, North Carolina.

Perfect for portraits, product photography, interviews, voice overs, movie screenings, workshops, auditions, small events, spy club meetings, and whatever you can dream up.

Amenities include 25’ x 30’ shooting/activity space (with 14’ ceiling), voice recording area, parking lot, internet access, restroom, climate control, lobby/green room.

Rates start at $100/day for studio space, with options for renting gear, crew, and post-production services.

Contact us to find out more and schedule a tour.


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COMING UP AT SHADOWBOX STUDIO

Sun July 8 – 7 pm
Artist Soapbox Podcast presents:
Respect the Work
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For artists and artist-supporters, this is an opportunity to come together in conversation about what it means to RESPECT THE WORK that we and other artists make. What does that respect look like, feel like, sound like? What more can we do? What kind of respect are we seeking as artists?

Tamara Kissane, the host of the Artist Soapbox podcast (which is regularly recorded at Shadowbox), will lead a conversation around the topic of respecting our work as she tries out material for Part Two of her podcast series WHAT I LEARNED FROM 40 YEARS OF NOT BEING FAMOUS. She'll also gather the thoughts, words, and voices of the people in the room to include in that podcast episode.

Tickets are free for the patrons of ASBX via Patreon.com/artistsoapbox. All others are asked to make a small $5 donation at the door to off-set costs.

Give your input. Challenge yourself to identify roadblocks, devise solutions, and get inspired with a spirit of generosity toward yourself and other creators in our community. See you at Shadowbox Studio at 7pm on July 8.

There will be snacks. :)

www.artistsoapbox.org

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Thurs July 12 – 5:30 pm
Summer Union Film Series:
Harlan County, USA
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Join us Thursday, July 12 for the second of the Summer Union Film Series, "Harlan County, USA," Barbara Kopple's gripping documentary about a 1973 strike by coal miners and their families in southeast Kentucky. Kopple won a Best Documentary Oscar for the film in 1976. Presented by Duke Faculty Union and Duke Graduate Students Union.

Free screening, popcorn and beverages.

Thurs July 19 – 7 pm hot dogs & DJ; 8 pm movie
Movie Loft presents:
Rockers
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Shake that sweat off with a screening of the 1978 joy that is Rockers! Chock full of absurdly good music, the film follows Horsemouth (drummer Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace) as he buys a motorcycle to distribute records, only to run afoul of local gangsters, with the saga turning into a sort of Robin Hood tale.

Originally hatched as a documentary, reggae musicians and authentic locales abound, celebrating Kingston and Jamaican culture. There's also an extensive showcase of Rastafarianism, and what is probably the best scene of people walking ever captured. Remove ya!

Show up early at 7 for hot dogs on the grill and a dub/reggae takeover by the Sirena Blastco Sound System, abetted by some newly acquired Shadowbox loudspeakers. Movie will roll a bit after 8, more records afterwards.

Free, donations appreciated. BYO or sample what's on-hand!