Film Screenings and Events

Each semester, the NCSU Film Studies Program works to bring students and the community at large a variety of film events. Please check this page often to see what's in store. 



Howloween Horrorfest 2017
A Celebration of Horror Films Made or Set In North Carolina at the DH Hill Library
Curated with student collaborators, join the NCSU Libraries for three horror films, all produced or set in North Carolina, as well as a variety of workshops for students. Each film will be introduced by a student and Professor Adam Hart. All films are rated R and may not be suitable for all audiences.

I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997, Written by Kevin Williamson, Directed by Jim Gillespie) 
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 - 8:00 PM – DH Hill Library, Auditorium
This classic penned by Kevin Williamson depicts four friends who are being stalked by a killer, one year after covering up a car accident in which they were involved.

Cabin Fever (2002, Written & Directed by Eli Roth)
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 – 8:00 PM – DH Hill Library, Auditorium
A group of college graduates rent a cabin in the woods and begin to fall victim to a flesh-eating virus.
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HorrorFest Special Effects Makeup with Gregory FX:
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25 – 4:00-5:00 PM – DH Hill Library, Auditorium
As a special guest of HorrorFest, Gregory FX (Gregory Hewitt), a special effects makeup professional who specializes in film, television, commercial, event, scenario and live performance makeup, will talk about the art of special effects makeup and its importance to the entertainment industry as well as other areas of professional service. During the talk, Hewitt will present a live makeup demo so you can see the transformation in front of your eyes!

The Descent (2005, Written & Directed by Neil Marshall)
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25 – 9:00 PM – DH Hill Library, Auditorium
Six women become trapped in an unmapped cave system and are hunted by flesh-eating subterranean humanoids. 


Trailblazer Studios will host their annual College Night at their studio on
​​​​​​​Wednesday, October 25 from 6-9 PM.

The workshop provides a look into the world of development, production, post-production, and audio for students interested in careers in the entertainment industry. Students and faculty will be able to participate in discussion groups with industry professionals, and network with students and educators from across NC.