Kristin Bedford’s “Field Notes, Durham Noir” Screens at ALICE FEST 2013

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A still from Kristin Bedford’s “Field Notes, Durham Noir”.

Directed by MFAEDA student Kristin Bedford, “Field Notes, Durham Noir” is a short film that explores the lonely spaces and interesting inhabitants that, in the dead of the night, pervade the part of NC-147 that passes through Durham. “Field Notes, Durham Noir” also features an original score by Dan Ruccia, a PhD candidate in Duke’s Music Department.

The film will screen Sunday, March 10 as part of the second annual ALICE FEST, a film and media festival featuring work by women and in recognition of Women’s History Month. ALICE FEST is held at Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies and begins at 1:30pm.