The Photojournalism class documentary Rank: eight more seconds is an official selection for 4 film festivals so far: Real to Reel International Film Festival, Cape Fear Independent Film Festival and the Joedance Film Festival.
The 2019 PJ documentary was selected for RiverRun International Film Festival, sadly it was cancelled for in person, but the film is being streamed as part of their program – Blue & Gold Marching Machine – https://riverrunfilm.com/film/nc-shorts-1-2020
Congrats to graduate Allison Lee Isley for winning the National Press Photographer Association’s Southeast Regional Monthly Clip Contest Photographer of the Year honors!
Jakay William Ervin, Sr., a Korean War veteran who served in the U.S. Marine Corps, explains how Marines got the name “Jarheads” by demonstrating how they would place their hats on top of their heads sideways and “screw them in place” so the bill faces forward. Photo by Allison Lee Isley
The 2019 Photojournalism class documentary “Blue & Gold Marching Machine” is selected for this year’s indie grits Festival in Columbia, SC