Documentary Film and Video Happening * The Center for Documentary Studies is hosting one of its biggest events of the year. Director Les Blank is the featured guest this weekend. He will hold a question and answer session following the screening of his film Burden of Dreams Friday night, a retrospective of his work will headline Saturday and his latest film will be shown Sunday at 1. Happening Pass (entry to all events) $15, single screenings $5; late night screenings (10pm) $3. Center for Documentary Studies Auditorium. For info and all showtimes:

Derby Days Concert * Sigma Chi celebrates the finale of its Derby Days with a free concert on Clocktower Quad. The show will feature college-favorite bands, 2 Skinnee J's ("the rap band that puts the band back in rap") and Rustic Overtones (who blend rock, funk, jazz, trip-hop and space-age pop). The music will start at 10 p.m. Friday.


Freewater Films

Griffith Film Theater, Bryan Center, West Campus.

7 & 9:30pm. Free to students with ID, $4 for Duke employees with ID, $5 for all others.

Waiting for Guffman, Friday * Peking Opera Blues, Tuesday * Some Like It Hot, Thursday

Quad Flix

Griffith Film Theater, Bryan Center, West Campus. 7 and 10:30pm Saturday, 8pm Sunday. $4 for Duke students and employees with ID, $5 for all others.

A.I.: Artificial Intelligence

Southern Circuit

White Lecture Hall, East Campus. 7pm Sunday. Free with Duke ID or Documentary Film Happening Pass, $5 for all others. George Wallace: Settin' the Woods on Fire


Duke Collegium Musicum * "Splendor & Solace: Music of Baroque France." Friday, 8pm Duke Chapel.

Princeton South Asian Theatrics * "Chasing Anjali." Friday 8pm Branson Theater, East Campus. $5.

Arts in the Arc * Featuring a wide and diverse selection of student dance, improv and singing groups. Friday, 8pm The Arc, East Campus.

Duke Players * "Our Country's Good" by Timberlake Wertenbaker. Friday and Saturday, 8pm Sunday, 2 p.m. Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center. $9 general admission, $7 students and senior citizens.

Karamu Theatre * "Twilight"by Anna Deveare Smith. Saturday and Sunday, 6pm 209 East Duke Building, East Campus.


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