Posts Tagged ‘Jim Haverkamp’

November 17: “East Durham Stories” From CDS’s 2016 Documentary Video Institute Screen at Durham Public Library

November 17: "East Durham Stories" From CDS's 2016 Documentary Video Institute Screen at Durham Public Library

In June 2016, the thirteenth edition of the Center for Documentary Studies‘ Documentary Video Institute, offered each summer through our Continuing Education program, once again focused on the East Durham area. Twenty-four students from across the nation were guided through a week-long course in all aspects of documentary filmmaking. Their interview subjects were a pre-selected cross-section of […]


May 13: Fresh Docs Series Screens “Liberty Warehouse”

May 13: Fresh Docs Series Screens “Liberty Warehouse”

The Center for Documentary Studies and the Southern Documentary Fund are pleased to present a free screening of director Carol Thomson’s Liberty Warehouse, which explores the history of an iconic tobacco auction warehouse in Durham, North Carolina. The film is presented as part of the Fresh Docs series featuring documentary works-in-progress; following the screenings, a moderated conversation with the filmmaker(s) will be held, during which the audience provides […]


Watch: “East Durham Stories,” From the 2015 Documentary Video Institute

Watch: “East Durham Stories,” From the 2015 Documentary Video Institute

2015 marked the twelfth year of the Center for Documentary Studies‘ Documentary Video Institute, offered each summer through our Continuing Education program. In early June, students in the Documentary Video Institute returned to the East Durham, North Carolina, neighborhood for the second year of a planned three-year collaboration with this dynamic and diverse part of the city. Sixteen students […]


“In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty,” on View at the Power Plant Gallery

"In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty," on View at the Power Plant Gallery

An exhibit on view at the Power Plant Gallery on the American Tobacco Campus—In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty—includes works in a wide range of media—photography, film and video, printmaking, new media—by seventeen Duke faculty members and instructors from three arts units at the university: the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS), the Department of Art, Art History and […]


Fourth Annual Strange Beauty Film Festival, January 24–26; Tickets Go Fast, Buy Now!

Fourth Annual Strange Beauty Film Festival, January 24–26; Tickets Go Fast, Buy Now!

The fourth annual Strange Beauty Film Festival will take place in Durham, North Carolina’s Manbites Dog Theater, January 24–26, 2013. The Festival, organized by Center for Documentary instructor Jim Haverkamp along with Joyce Ventimiglia, showcases strange and beautiful films from around the world and the Triangle, including works by CDS staffer Marc Maximov, intern Ian McClerin, […]


Strange Beauty Film Festival Now Accepting Film and Audio Submissions

Strange Beauty Film Festival Now Accepting Film and Audio Submissions

The Strange Beauty Film Festival is accepting submissions for the fourth annual event, a perennial sellout at Durham, North Carolina’s Manbites Dog Theater. Festival organizers describe the films they’re seeking as “short fiction, documentary, experimental, animation, underground, funky, and otherwise wholly unclassifiable works that lie somewhere between terrifying normality and sublime fever dreams . . . movies that strike a […]


Tickets Going Fast for Third Annual Strange Beauty Film Festival, February 16–18 at Durham’s Manbites Dog Theater

Tickets Going Fast for Third Annual Strange Beauty Film Festival, February 16–18 at Durham's Manbites Dog Theater

The third annual Strange Beauty Film Festival will take place in Durham, North Carolina’s Manbites Dog Theater, 703 Foster St., February 16–18, 2012. The Festival, organized by CDS instructor Jim Haverkamp along with Joyce Ventimiglia, showcases strange and beautiful films, along with musical pieces from around the world and the Triangle. Tickets are going fast!  Go to the […]


Jim Haverkamp: Work by Fall 2011 Continuing Education Instructor

Jim Haverkamp: Work by Fall 2011 Continuing Education Instructor

Jim Haverkamp will be teaching Applied Documentary Editing with Final Cut Pro, and the Advanced Video Projects Seminar, in the fall 2011 term for the Continuing Education program at the Center for Documentary Studies. To learn more about the course and to register, please visit the Continuing Education registration site. Jim Haverkamp is an award-winning filmmaker […]


Screenings of Final Projects Produced in CDS and Arts of the Moving Images Classes for the Spring 2011 Semester

Screenings of Final Projects Produced in CDS and Arts of the Moving Images Classes for the Spring 2011 Semester

The Spring 2011 AMI Duke Student Film Showcase — presenting the final projects produced in AMI film/video classes at Duke this semester! Free and open to the general public! Thursday April 28th and Friday April 29th, both nights 6 pm-midnight in the Griffith Film Theater (Bryan Center, West Campus): THURSDAY APRIL 28 SCREENING SCHEDULE: 6:00 pm: […]


Strange Beauty Film Festival

Strange Beauty Film Festival

The second annual Strange Beauty Film Festival will take place in Durham’s Manbites Dog Theater February 17–19, 2011. The Festival, organized by CDS instructor Jm Haverkamp along with Joyce Ventimiglia, showcases strange and beautiful films from around the world and the Triangle, and this year will also feature musical performances and an audio documentary listening session, […]