The Photojournalism class documentary, “Blue & Gold Marching Machine” on the A&T marching band is an official selection for the 2019 Longleaf Film Festival in Raleigh on May 10 and 11. Our film will be shown on Friday night, May 10, at 8:30pm
Bicycle racers crisscross North Carolina from September to January racing bikes in a sport known as Cyclo-Cross. Originating in France in the early 1900s, racers compete on a short course, with multiple laps through parks, fields, woods, mud, rain and snow.
The class used Nikon and Canon dSLR cameras, Sony mirrorless cameras, Canon cinema cameras, GoPro point of view cameras, a drone and even an iPhone to capture the action.
Louie Palu, an award winning documentary photographer and filmmaker, known for his work examining social political issues such as human rights, conflict and poverty.
Palu showed his latest documentary, “Road Through War” a road trip along the frontlines of the war in Ukraine, and talked to the Photojournalism class and first year students about looking at old ideas in a new way, story telling and preparing for reportage in dangerous environments.