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Tickets are available online until Tuesday, February 17. Tickets will also be available for sale at our box office 1/2 hour prior to each show. *Tickets that were purchased online will be available at the box office 1/2 hour prior to showtime. Do you want A LOT of Fringe! You CAN have it all! Buy at 5-show pass for $15 or a 10-show pass for $25!

Extreme 48-hour Filmmaking Competition Screening and Award Ceremony & Film Fringe Preview Party10670108_942691185748097_8759477512676688247_n Mature Audiences Only

Showtimes: Tuesday 2/17 at 6 p.m.


Teams of filmmakers were provided with a genre, a line of dialogue and a prop and set free to write, shoot and edit a 5-minute film. Join us during the Film Fringe Wilmington Preview Party to see the entries and vote for your favorite for the audience choice award! Trailers of all films in the festival will also be screened during the preview party. Painted Stave Distilling will be on site with fringe-inspired cocktails. Hosted by Corey Osby. Music by Skinny White.

The Seagull

Film by: Acorn Head Productions, LLC

Genre: Drama

All Ages

Running Time: 25 minutes + artist talk

Showtimes: Thursday 2/19 at 6 p.m. and Saturday 2/21 at 5 p.m.

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In this loose adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s famous play, ‘The Seagull,’ you’ll see some of Chekhov’s most famous characters as you’ve never seen them before: young and carefree in a world that appears to be straight out of a fairy tale. However, tensions rise and relationships are tested as these characters attempt to define what it truly means to ‘have it all’.

Bastard Art

Film by: Vince Corkadel

Genre: Documentary

Mature Audiences Only

Running Time: 95 minutes

Showtimes: Friday 2/20 at 10 p.m. and Saturday 2/21 at 10:30 p.m.

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From the 1970s UK punk scene to the present gothic rock resurgence, Andi Sex Gang has remained both an enigmatic and often underrated artist who has persevered through events that would make most people give up or give in. Whether it was being a squatter in London, a bombing suspect in Italy, or spending time in jail in America, these non-musical life events have pushed Andi Sex Gang to forge a unique musical path filled with many highs and lows, as both a solo artist and with his band Sex Gang Children.

Young, Wild & Out of Control

Film by: The Wright Decision

Genre: Comedy/Drama


Running Time: 90 minutes

Showtimes: Wednesday 2/18 at 6 p.m. and Saturday 2/21 at 12 noon

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The film is about a group of urban teens who live life recklessly, negligent of life’s consequences until those consequences spiral their lives out of control. The film presents issues such as teen pregnancy, smoking, alcohol, drugs, bullying, teen dating abuse, juvenile delinquency, dropouts, college and future anxiety, fighting/gun violence, STDs, the entertainment industry, teen relationships, premarital sex, & abstinence.

The Stirring of a Thousand Bells

Presented by: The Doop di Doop

Genre: Documentary

All Ages

Running Time: 60 minutes

Showtimes: Friday 2/20 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday 2/21 at 2 p.m.

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The Stirring of a Thousand Bells (Sublime Frequencies 2014) by Matt Dunning – introduces us to Gamelan, one of the ancient and most enchanting musical traditions of the world, from Java, Indonesia. Gamelan is one of the ancient music traditions of the world. In Solo, it’s still a part of everyday life, and an important cultural custom. A complex wonder of human invention, it comes from a timeless world of aural tradition, contemplation, and relaxed living. Experience Javas most cosmic music festival where the old world and the new are colliding, creating captivating images and sound. Hear enchanting melodies with meditative dance from Mangkunegaran Palace, with arresting images from throughout Java.

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  Did You Hear How Kevin Died?

Film by: Wilmington Film Mob Productions

Genre: Comedy

Mature Audiences Only

Running Time: 19 minutes

Showtimes: Wednesday 2/18 at 9:30 p.m. and Thursday 2/19 at 9 p.m.

When Kevin publishes his first novel, his friends decide to celebrate at Michael’s house. Michael is a cop who has stolen drugs from the evidence room for the party.  When Kevin consumes too much, things take a grisly turn.

Rockabilly High School

Film by: Hivisuals Productions

Genre: Comedy

Mature Audiences Only

Running Time: 30 minutes

Showtimes: Wednesday 2/18 at 9:30 p.m. and Thursday 2/19 at 9 p.m.

Johnny Switch is a teenage rebel who has just escaped from prison. When he meets the girl of his dreams at a rockabilly concert, he must fight off the local jock and evade the cops to keep her.


Black Girl in Paris

Film by: Kiandra Parks

Genre: Drama

Mature Audiences Only

Running Time: 20 minutes + artist talk

Showtimes: Wednesday 2/18 at 8 p.m. and Saturday 2/21 at 6:30 p.m.

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Black Girl in Paris is a narrative film, set in Paris, about a young woman following her dream of becoming a writer. When twenty-three- year-old Eden travels to Paris in search of inspiration to write her first novel she finds her voice and her identity on an unexpected journey of self- discovery and uninhibited sexual freedom.

The Search for Weng Weng

Film by: Death Rides A Red Horse

Genre: Documentary

All Ages

Running Time: 93 minutes

Showtimes: Saturday 2/21 at 8 p.m. and Sunday 2/22 at 12 noon

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The bizarre history of Filipino B-films, as told through filmmaker Andrew Leavold’s personal quest to find the truth behind its two-foot-nine-inch James Bond superstar Weng Weng.

Travel Songs: Peru

Film by: Zachary Humenik

Genre: Documentary

All Ages

Running Time: 46 minutes

Showtimes: Friday 2/20 at 6 p.m. and Saturday 2/21 at 3:30 p.m.

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In July of 2013 a group of Delaware musicians and filmmakers traveled to the Andean region of Peru to document the music and lives of the people. In an effort to understand music as a universal theme that exists in all cultures, Travel Songs explores questions of identity, modernity, and art as they pertain to the Peruvian experience. A creative approach to film making combines intimate personal narratives, stunning geographic landscapes, and an emotional soundtrack to delivery a compelling story of a land rich in tradition and geographic beauty.

Keep it Kool – The Kool Keith Story

Film by: Yaheard Films, Basement Editions, B Star Productions

Genre: Drama


Running Time: 32 minutes

Showtimes: Thursday 2/19 at 7:30 p.m. and Friday 2/20 at 9 p.m.

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Keep It Kool – The Kool Keith Story is a look into the mind of Hip-Hop’s most illusive character and pioneer, Kool Keith. From his early days in The Bronx with UltraMagnetic Mc’s to the heights of the pop world as Dr. Octogon, Kool Keith shares his history and philosophy in this one of a kind up close and personal documentary.

An Afternoon with John Evans Double Feature: Prelude to Revolution and Black Jack

Films by: John Evans

Running Time: 90 minutes each

Mature Audiences Only

Showtimes: Prelude to Revolution Sunday 2/22 at 2 p.m.

                     Black Jack Sunday 2/22 at 4 p.m.

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Enjoy an afternoon with world renowned film director, John Evans. Possibly best known for The Black Godfather, Evans will present two of his films with a discussion and sneak peak of his current project titled The Accident.

The Impossible Kid

Film by: Eddie Nicart

Genre: Action

Mature Audiences Only

Running Time: 81 minutes

Showtimes: Friday 02/20 at midnight

Before seeing our film selection “The Search for Weng Weng” see one of the films that inspired the search! A free midnight screening. Weng Weng is now working for the Manila branch of Interpol. The Chief sends him in the pursuit of Mr X, an arch villian with a white sock on his head, who is holding the Philippines to ransom. Two businessmen, Maolo and Simeon, pay the demands but Weng Weng suspects foul play and goes deep undercover to reveal the identity of Mr X. – Written by Andrew Leavold