DURHAM, N.C. (AP) – A documentary film festival that will show nearly 100 films is returning to its original home in North Carolina.
The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is once again part of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University in Durham. The CDS will provide an institutional home for the festival, and will continue to operate out of its off-campus offices with the same staff and budget.
Full Frame began in 1998 as the DoubleTake Documentary Film Festival, which was a project of the center. It became Full Frame five years later and operated as an independent nonprofit.
The four-day festival will be held April 14-17, 2011.