Song of a Fifth Grade Samurai, a film by CFCC faculty, staff, and students, was shown last summer at the Comic Con convention in San Diego, CA. Here are the details:
Title: Song of a Fifth Grade Samurai
Director: David Kreutzer (CFCC Film Instructor)
Writer: David Kreutzer
Producers: David Kreutzer, Jack Landry (CFCC Drama Instructor), Lucinda McNamara (CFCC Film Instructor), and Tim Vandenberg (CFCC Video Production Specialist)
Costumes: Jessica Gaffney (CFCC Drama Instructor)
In addition, much of the crew work was done by CFCC film students.
Follow this link for photos from the production: https://www.flickr.com/photos/66263671@N04/sets/72157627286149909/
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CFCC Feminist Alliance is pleased to announce a community forum on the success and the legacy of the Stop Titan Action Network. Yuna Shin, German Instructor, is the faculty advisor for the CFCC Feminist Alliance.
The forum is on April 18, from 6-8 pm in the Union Station Auditorium (U170).
When Titan America announced that it would build a cement plant in Castle Hayne on Cape Fear river in 2007, citizens of Wilmington and New Hanover County, NC, mobilized like never before to stop the corporate giant.
Stop Titan movement was born and ordinary citizens from all walks of life together with environmental groups fought an 8-year long battle against the global company. Titan finally withdrew is application for a building permit in 2016, proving that citizens banded together for a common cause can indeed keep polluting industries away.
Featured speakers include: Kayne Darrell, Founder of Stop Titan; Kemp Burdette, River Keeper, Cape Fear River Watch; Harper Peterson, former Mayor of Wilmington; Anna Lee, Director, Working Films.
Yuna Shin, a CFCC German Instructor and the faculty advisor for the CFCC Feminist Alliance student organization, was an invited speaker at John T. Hoggard High School on March 11, and she spoke to Hoggard’s Girls Learn International, a student organization. Her talk focused on the history of international women’s day.
Cape Fear Community College has a new academic department: the Humanities Department. This department was created in the Spring Semester of 2017 by splitting the former Humanities and Fine Arts Department into a Humanities Department and a Fine Arts Department.
Dr. Robert Sutton is the first chair of the new Humanities Department. This department houses courses and faculty in Communication, German, French, Humanities, Philosophy, Religion, and Spanish.