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Screenings of Student Documentary Video Projects From Scotland Neck, North Carolina, May 24

Winged Invasion: The Blackbirds of Scotland Neck. Photograph by Lisa Sorg.

From “Winged Invasion: The Blackbirds of Scotland Neck” by Lisa Sorg

Anytown, USA is a class at the Center for Documentary Studies offered annually through our Continuing Education program, in which students produce and edit videos related to a small town in North Carolina. This year’s class, taught by filmmaker Randolph Benson, focused on the town of Scotland Neck, and each of the eleven students created a short film on a topic of their choice.

Students will screen their films at the newly renovated Power Plant building on the historic American Tobacco Campus in downtown Durham; on May 10, an outdoor screening was held in Scotland Neck—beautiful weather, well attended.

Friday, May 24, 7 p.m.
Full Frame Theater, Power Plant building
American Tobacco Campus, 318 Blackwell St.

Durham, North Carolina

The 2013 Anytown, USA videos will be posted for viewing at a later date; to watch the 2012 videos, click here. For more information, email cdscourses@duke.edu.

One Response to “Screenings of Student Documentary Video Projects From Scotland Neck, North Carolina, May 24”

  1. […] The Center for Documentary Studies will be screening student work at 7:00 pm in Durham, N.C. Get more information about the films and screening location on the CDS website. […]

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