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Shadowbox Studio is a photo & video shooting space located at 900 East Club Boulevard, Unit 2200-D (inside the new Ample Storage complex) in Durham, North Carolina.

Perfect for portraits, product photography, interviews, voice overs, movie screenings, workshops, auditions, small events, spy club meetings, and whatever you can dream up.

Amenities include 25’ x 30’ shooting/activity space (with 14’ ceiling), voiceover/podcast recording area, parking lot, internet access, restroom, climate control, lobby/green room.

Rates start at $100/day for studio space, with options for renting gear, crew, and post-production services.

Contact us to find out more and schedule a tour.


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COMING UP AT SHADOWBOX STUDIO

Thurs Aug 9 – 6:30 pm
Summer Union Film Series
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Stay tuned for details! Presented by Duke Faculty Union and Duke Graduate Students Union.

Free screening, popcorn and beverages.

Tues Aug 28 – 5 pm
Maple Stave / sewingneedle (Chicago) / Woodvamp
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Can you smell that? Grilled foodstuffs and live jams from two locals and a noisy Chicago three-piece (especially pungent). Food at 5pm, bands shortly afterward.

Maple Stave - maplestave.bandcamp.com

sewingneedle (Chicago) - sewingneedle.bandcamp.com

Woodvamp - soundcloud.com/dusky-electronics/sets/woodvamp

Free, donations appreciated. BYO or sample what's on-hand!
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Thurs Aug 16 – 7 pm hot dogs & DJ; 8 pm Nathan Bowles; 8:30 pm movie
Movie Loft presents:
The Hired Hand + Nathan Bowles
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Movie Loft ventures out west in August with a screening of Peter Fonda's directorial debut The Hired Hand. From 1971, a languid, elegiac and gorgeous film that is a Western in suggestion, but more atmosphere and art than the bang-bang shoot-'em-up one might expect from the genre.

Fonda stars as Harry Collings, a drifter who wanders home to his wife Hannah (Verna Bloom) after many years a-saddle with his friend Arch Harris (Warren Oates!). Nothing can be as it ever was though, and trouble comes calling.

One of the finest aspects of the production is the moody and evocative soundtrack by folk musician par excellence Bruce Langhorne. In this spirit, Durham's own banjo (and multi-instrumentalist) extraordinaire Nathan Bowles will perform a solo set preceding the film!

Show up at 7 for hot dogs on the grill and cowboy/western tunes spinning. Nathan Bowles right around 8, with the movie starting about 8:30. More records afterwards.

Free, donations appreciated. BYO or sample what's on-hand!

Free, donations appreciated. BYO or sample what's on-hand!