Oct 14, 2016 | News and Observer
Home Movie Day Preserves Your Dusty, Campy Memories
Aside from the joy of watching long-dead relatives revived on the big screen, or long-faded hairlines restored to youthful fullness, Home Movie Day celebrates the home movie as quirky art form. Devin Orgeron, Film Studies, featured.
Jun 16, 2016 | WUNC-FM
Movies On The Radio: Forbidden Films
WUNC host Frank Stasio talks with Marsha Gordon, film professor at NC State, and Laura Boyes, film curator at the NC Museum of Art, about listeners' favorite "forbidden films" and the history of censorship in Hollywood. Marsha Gordon, English, featured
Apr 20, 2016 | WUNC-FM
Movies On The Radio: Best Buddy Films
The relationships of best friends have been fodder for movie plot lines for decades and exist in all genres. Movies On The Radio looks at favorite buddy films ranging from romantic comedies like “Some Like It Hot” to dramas like “Beaches.” Marsha Gordon, English and film studies, featured.
Aug 25, 2014
Alums Create “Harbinger”
NC State alumni Kieran Moreira (Film Studies) and Andrew Martin (Textile Engineering) bring their new independent film to the Hunt Library. HARBINGER is a live-action, fantasy-drama, seen through a child’s perspective that showcases Raleigh and North Carolina as a premier filmmaking location. The story follows Harold, an adopted ten-year-old boy, who climbs to the top of an oak tree in hopes of catching his unborn baby brother falling from space. Martin and Moreira will be on hand for a post-film discussion. Run time is approximately 30 minutes.
Aug 23, 2013
Four Named to CHASS Advisory Board
NC State's College of Humanities and Social Sciences welcomes four new members to its Board of Advisors. Three of the new members are NC State alumni; the fourth is a current student.
Mar 1, 2013
Filling in Film History, Professors Find First Place
NC State University professors of English Devin and Marsha Orgeron were determined to shed more light on the educational films of the 20th century as they edited "Learning with the Lights Off." In the process, they have earned the prestigious Society for Cinema and Media Studies’ 2013 award for Best Edited Collection.
Feb 17, 2013
“Fake It So Real” Gets Real Recognition
Robert Greene (Film Studies ’00) discovered his passion for film during an Intro to Film course just over a decade ago. His most recent documentary, "Fake It So Real," follows a group of Lincolnton, NC, men who give new meaning to the term “weekend warriors” as they set up rings and suit up as pro wrestlers. "Fake It So Real" has been included on "Best Of" lists by Roger Ebert, the New Yorker, and the Wall Street Journal.
Feb 11, 2013
Alum helps produce winning Super Bowl commercial
On Super Bowl Sunday, more than 108 million Americans crowded around their televisions. Some were in it solely for the game, and others were interested in the commercials. Chris Crutchfield (Communication '06) was one watching the commercials closely. He had worked on a commercial for a Doritos-sponsored contest. But no one knew whether the commercial would be one of the top two contest entries and earn airtime. The commercial Crutchfield produced did air during the Super Bowl. Although he and his team didn't win any monetary awards, their efforts continue to win them recognition.
Sep 7, 2012
Film Buff Gives New Life to Old Films
Skip Elsheimer '91 has been collecting educational films for 20 years. He has amassed 100 miles of film -- roughly 240 hours of material. Read how the self-proclaimed "AV Geek" has transformed his passion for film into both a hobby and a career.
Jul 11, 2012
Student Film Earns International Honors in Hollywood
Creative Writing student Tim Reavis teamed up with two other students to create "The Strong One," a short film about a young boy and his buddy -- a brontosaurus. The filmmakers -- two of whom graduated this spring -- took top honors at the international CampusMovieFest in Hollywood after winning the competition at NC State. Bravo!