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Each semester, the NCSU Film Studies Program works with the Campus Cinema and the Union Activities Board to program a film series.  You can peruse the Fall 2013 schedule on-line.


Fall 2013

Screening of YOU LAUGH, BUT IT'S TRUE about South African comedian Trevor Noah, followed by Q and A with director David Meyer, an NCSU alumnus. Witherspoon Theater, Sunday, October 6th at 3:30 p.m.


Please join us for the Twelfth Annual African Diaspora Film Festival, October 1 - November 5th; all screenings will take place in the Witherspoon Campus Cinema at 6:00.

Sheila Smith McKoy directed the opening film, Opening Doors: The Lives and Legacies of Dr. Lawrence M. Clark and Dr. Augustus M. Witherspoon, which will premier on Tuesday, October 1st, at 6:00. We will also welcome Nigerian filmmaker, Tony Abulu, for the screening of Doctor Bello, the first Nollywood film to open in major theaters across the U.S, on October 8th. The film stars Isaiah Washington, Vivica A. Fox, Stephanie Okereke, Jimmy Jean-Louis and Ebbe Bassey.
On October 22nd, a wonderful film from Kenya, Soul Boy opens. directed by directed by Hawa Essuman and Tom Tykwer. Set in Nairobi, Kenya, this wonderful film was nominated for the 2011 African Academy Awards. It will be followed on October 29th by Soundtrack for a Revolution, featuring Written and directed by Bill Guttentag and Dan Sturman, the film features conversations with Civil Rights activists including Rev. Dr. C.T. Vivian, our 2013 Living Legends speaker, Julian Bond, Andrew Young, John Lewis and Coretta Scott King and performances by a host of award-winning singers including John Legend, Wyclef Jean, Joss Stone, Mary Mary, Blind Boys of Alabama & Anthony Hamilton and many more.

The ADFF concludes on election day, November 5, 2013 with with a screening of Residue: This Ain’t No Song and Dance (2013), directed by Wake Forest filmmaker, Charles Martin. Inspired by the aftermath of the shooting of Trayvon Martin and the exoneration of George Zimmerman.


Campus Movie Fest begins on Wednesday, Oct 16 at 12:00 noon. For more information see here.


We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming Speaker Series lecture and screening of "Object Documentary: Everything" by Minou Norouzi of the University of London, on Monday, October 28,5:00-6:30pm, in Caldwell G 107. For more information see here.


At Weatherspon Art Museum, UNCG, Greensboro

Learning with the Lights Off: Revolutionary 1970s Educational Films
Nov 3, 2pm - 3:30pm

Dr. Marsha Gordon (North Carolina State University) and Skip Elsheimer (A/V Geeks) present Learning with the Lights Off, a program of fun, 16mm short films.










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Home Movie Day

Everyone is welcome to come to the next annual Triangle Home Movie Day, on Saturday October 19th, 2013 from 1 - 4pm

State Archives of North Carolina Auditorium
109 East Jones Street
Raleigh NC 27601 View Map

Plenty of free parking

Co-sponsored by the Film Studies Program at NCSU, North Carolina State Archives and A/V Geeks Transfer Services.

Watch this Super8 film of the 2007 Home Movie Day at NCSU.

For more information contact Dr. Devin Orgeron, 919-515-0262.




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