A brief history of the Documentary film, and the goods on DocuFest Wilmington.
By Ann Berry
Wilmington, NC – On Sunday, March 14th Cinematique and IDA present the second annual Docufest: a celebration of documentary film.
Questioning the relevance of the passion over "The Passion" to broader religious beliefs.
By Paul WIlkes
Wilmington, NC – [Click the Listen button to hear Paul's commentary.]
If I might add my two cents to the current debate over the movie, "The Passion of the Christ."
Let me say from the beginning, I have not seen the movie. And probably will not. Not out of protest. But really out of lack of interest.
Have times really changed that much in terms of what it takes to succeed? Gary recalls the fine example set by a friend.
By Gary Trawick
Wilmington, NC – Click the Listen button to hear Gary's commentary.
Gary Trawick is a North Carolina Superior Court Judge who resides with his family in Burgaw.
While cruising Wrightsville Beach, Commentator Ede Baldridge finally discovered the Museum.
By Ede Baldridge
Wilmington, NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Ede's commentary.
Ede Baldridge writes about memorable people and places in the Southeast.
Commentator Andy Wood has encouraging words for those among us who doubt the arrival of Spring.
By Andy Wood
Wilmington, NC – Click the Listen button to hear Andy's commentary.
Andy Wood is Education Director for Audubon North Carolina.
With a little help from her friends, Lauren reminds us that "style" is entirely in the eye of the beholder.
By Lauren Levian
Wilmington NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Lauren's commentary.
Lauren Levian is an actress and story-teller who lives in Wilmington. Mike and Mickey share a double-wide behind the Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Remember Betamax? Commentator Wally Bock does.
By Wally Bock
Wilmington, NC – [Click the LISTEN button to hear Wally's commentary.]
One of the enduring business myths is that the best product always conquers the market.
In this Postcard from the Digital Age, we're going to talk about two "great products" that never turned into commercial success.
Take the Betamax. It was the first home videocassette recorder. But you'd be hard pressed to find a Betamax machine today, except in a museum.
Maybe it was being on vacation, or maybe it was just being in Florida, but David is recovering from pop-culture overload.
By David Hill
Wilmington NC – [Click the LISTEN button to hear David's commentary.]
Children say the darndest things...
By Nan Graham
Wilmington NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Nan's commentary.
Nan Graham teaches in the English department at UNCW, and is a life-long southerner.
A courtyard where 19th century wagons would have been loaded with ice now seats bar patrons, occasionally loaded otherwise.
By Charles Boney
Wilmington NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Charles' commentary.
Charles Boney is an architect who makes his home in the Historic District of downtown Wilmington.