Posts Tagged ‘film’

NCSU Film Studies presents Gary Hustwit — director of Helvetica, Objectified, and Urbanized

NCSU Film Studies is bringing Gary Hustwit–director of Helvetica, Objectified, and Urbanized to NCSU on Sunday April 15th to show Urbanized. Where: Campus Cinema in Witherspoon at 7pm. Gary will do a Q&A after, and the event will be free […]

Mother; An Animated Short by Adam Osgood

Mother; An Animated Short by Adam Osgood Oral Defense for Masters in New Media/Animation March 27th at 4:30pm, Brooks Hall Rm.320, NCSU College of Design

Animation Fest

Join us for the Animation Fest, featuring a range of exciting works from the students in the Art and Design animation studios.       The Animation Fest takes place Friday, April 29th from 6:00- 7:00 p.m. and will be […]

call to filmmakers: carrboro film festival

SUBMIT YOUR FILM! Film submissions are now being accepted for the next Carrboro Film Festival on Sunday, November 22 from 2-7pm. Deadline: September 21. The 2009 Carrboro Film Festival call for submissions promo is by Ajit Anthony Prem at […]


SPARKcon is a showcase of creativity, talent and ideas of “The Creative Hub of the South,” the Triangle NC. A 100% volunteer effort organized with an “Open Source” approach, SPARKcon is a “creative potluck” of SPARKs or creative themes such […]

filmSpark Call for Entries!

Is now open! filmSpark is hosting three short film screenings for SparkCon 2009: 1. Freaks, Geeks, and Weirdos – Interpretation of what this means is left to you. 2. Animate! – Innovative Animation Shorts. 3. Make Me Laugh. I Dare […]

Network offers contest for viewer ads

Wrapping up soon… Current TV, a peer-to-peer news and information network, is sponsoring Viewer Created Ad Message competitions. Various brands hold contests, with the winner receiving $1,000 if their work airs on Current TV and $60,000 if it airs elsewhere. […]

Fall Mash-Up Animation Show!

Fall Mash-Up Animation Show Friday, December 7th 2007 7pm at Burns Auditorium NCSU College of Design [ directions + parking ]

Barney’s Army

Way before that purple “Barney” there was Barney’s Army. No real affiliation with the Army per-se, it was more a live, kid’s show that featured an animated “blob” named Barney. It centered around Raleigh and Durham, featured bands and Kids […]

Experience is the new reality…

In response to Jakob Nielson, and a bit of retrospective homage to Epic 2015, David Armano, VP Experience Design, Critical Mass (yes, they are hiring) presents to you a new YouTube post with a bit of futuremashing for your enjoyment… […]