When a fictional hero is played by a real-life hero.
Sam Shapiro, movie afficionado and Charlotte Mecklenburg Library librarian, is wrapping up his final film series at the start of 2020 as he prepares to retire.
Kanopy is an award-winning video streaming service providing access to more than 30,000 independent and documentary films ─ titles of unique social and cultural value from The Criterion Collection, The Great Courses, Media Education Foundation, and thousands of independent filmmakers.
Are you looking to improve your filmmaking skills or just curious about the process of video and film making? If so, you may be interested in attending one, or all, of our new workshops starting in January!
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is proud to present the seven unique, incomparable masterpieces that Hal Ashby directed between 1970-1979 during a summer film festival at ImaginOn and Main Library.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is partnering with UNC-Charlotte's English Department to provide opportunities for the community to explore the diversity of Southern childhood, thanks to a generous grant from the North Carolina Humanities Council.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s Beatties Ford Road Regional location is excited to host a FREE advance screening of Stanley Nelson’s Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities on Sunday, February 11 from 2-4 p.m.
A unique opportunity to enjoy two silent comedy classics from 100 years ago. Charlotte's own maestro Ethan Uslan will provide piano accompaniment for both films: Chaplin's THE CURE (1917) and Arbuckle's CONEY ISLAND (1917).