Night of the Living Dead!

Thank you to everyone who came out to our Night of the Living Dead Labor Day Movie Night! We weren’t able to take many photos, but if you took any photos (or just want to share your experience) please email us at!

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Welcome, Class of 2018!

We’ve had three orientations so far, and we are so glad to have a bunch of enthusiastic newcomers to welcome into our group!

Check out our photos below – try to find yourself and your friends!

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Flicker Film Society: Weekly Blog 2/03/14


Welcome back

Welcome back Flicker kids! It’s been a long time since there’s been a blog but truth be told not has been going on. Our first meeting was replaced by an outing to see “her.” If you haven’t seen it yet you better give it all the money you have.

But let’s move on to discussing our first official meeting of the semester. For the first meeting we re-stated our mission statement:

1. To achieve a greater understanding of the filmmaking processes and all things related.

2. To learn more about various film modes, genres, theories, and forms.

3. To create a vibrant community of filmmakers and film lovers. To have a friendly and welcoming place for us to come together.

We have plans for this semester that you’ll see soon.

We also reintroduced everyone in case you forgot. We welcomed the new people. Hopefully they weren’t scared away.


He’s so damn serious about his selfies.

Most of the meeting was focused on filming a test short for a film Flicker President Aaron Barnett has been thinking about for a while. The short film is made up of selfies and is called, well, “Selfie.” We split up the club into sections responsible for filming their own scenes.

Second Unit has also started a production schedule and so far it has followed it. Filming sketches every Saturday with vlogs being filmed every other Saturday. It’s found its legs this semester.


Time travel kids.

Last and certainly not least Reel Teal is coming up. You can join the event here and contribute to the indiegogo here.

If you’re on Facebook make sure to join our community group page. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Watch Second Unit here.

There’s some cool stuff in the world:

A filmmaker moves into game development with fantastic results.


Comedian Bo Burnham is so great. He released his special for free.

Reel Teal 2014 IndieGoGo

Hey Flicker member and all those interested. We are still putting together this year’s Reel Teal Film Festival. We’ve even set up an IndieGoGo page. If you’re interested in helping out in any way donating would be a great start.20140101160624-try_8

You can donate here:

If you’re on Facebook make sure to join our community group page. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Flicker Film Society Year End Blog: 2013

Welcome everyone to the return of the Flicker Blog! It’s the end of 2013 and we were all able to get a lot of stuff done in just the first semester of the school year. So let’s recap shall we?

I'm so gosh-dang proud of you.

I’m so gosh-dang proud of you.

We all have shot about seven (or more) productions. You should pat yourselves on the back for that one. I’m not quite sure about the exact number but that’s just a testament to how well we can all assemble and get stuff done! (Can I curse on this blog? I can’t remember. Oh well. Best not for now.) The officers made three sketches and two short films before September let out and then you all carried the torch from there. We’re all very proud of how you’ve all taken the initiative to make your own projects! From “Okay” to all the other projects in pre-production right now. It’s a very exciting time to be in Flicker right now!

We’ve also had a rather successful 24 Hour Film Race this year! You can check the winner out below if you missed it:


Logo By Adam Getz

Following a year of planning a dedicated YouTube channel to house sketches we’ve put together Second Unit Productions. We’ve been getting a ton of material written to produce next semester. This will also include a T.V. show and a podcast. So if you’re interested in joining Second Unit you can click here to be updated with all the goings on.

We made a music video for Parker G and interviewed Channing Duke about being a PA and her professional experiences in Film. We had a Christmas party where people shook hands with someone who was heavily lotioned up. (Is lotioned a word? Probably not.) We were even able to connect with the members more than what was previously achieved in past years. Overall this semester was a success.

So that was this year in Flicker. Pretty cool. Hope you guys enjoyed it as much as we did. If you’re on Facebook make sure to join our community group page. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter.

Here’s a message from the Flicker Officers:

Happy Holidays and see you all next year!

There’s some cool stuff in the world:

Guillermo Del Toro gushes over the king of suspense.

You should watch more filth. Broaden your horizons.

What movies do you like better? It gets pretty tough.

Toy Story isn’t just amazing, it’s a treasure trove of trivia material.

Merry Christmas

Flicker Film Society: 24 Hour Video Race

Hey everyone! Flicker’s 24 Hour Video Race is happening this Friday! The race will start upon signup on Friday, Nov 22nd in DeLoach 114 at 5 p.m. A prop and line will be announced at the event that you all will have to incorporate into your film. Signup is $10 per group. The films will be presented in King 101 on Saturday, Nov 23rd at 5 p.m.

Just a few rules:

- Signup is per group, that means per film. The group splits the $100 prize if they win.

- Films must be in .mov format.

- Films must incorporate the prop and line provided.

- Films must be 5 minutes or shorter.

- We will give packets detailing the rules at the signup event. What that means is teams must have one representative at the signup event.

If you’re interested in joining our club check out our community page.

Monday OCT 28th Meeting!

This Monday at Flicker’s 8 o’clock call, Kevin will be looking to classic film trailers and talking to us about how we can take old ideas and make them new. We will then apply his theories in small groups. Come by for a knowledge drop as well as a chance to get to know each other more while developing new ideas! We will also be making some exciting new announcements and hearing updates on films in progress.

Just come to Deloach 114 at 8:00 p.m. Oct 28th, 2013

Flicker Film Society: Weekly Blog 10/15/13

Nothing stops the Flicker FIlm Blog! Not even a hard drive crash! It may be a day late but it’s still here. So let’s talk about last week.

Last week we interviewed a local PA, Channing Duke. We filmed the interview and cut together a 15 minute version to put up on YouTube. Channing Duke is a UNCW film student but she has already worked on professional projects like Sleepy Hollow and Cucalorus Film Festival. You can check it out here:

We also had our first meeting for our sketch group, 2nd Unit Productions. It was a very productive first meeting despite taking place just before Fall Break. All we did was brainstorm ideas but it was really fun. If you want to be a part of that it’s in Kenan 1005 every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

Another short blog this week. If you’re on Facebook make sure to join our community group page. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter.

There’s some cool stuff out in the world:

These bottles can remix the sounds of the world.

Some cool cinematography tricks.

Adam Savage gushing about Hunter S. Thompson.

Flicker Film Society: Weekly Blog 8/7/13

It’s been a while since the last proper blog so let’s start off by talking about our Sunday.


Carson playing dead.

On Sunday we wrapped on “No More Wishes.” We filmed on campus around Bluethenthal Wildflower Preserve and the fountain by Fisher. We decided to just make stuff up with this shoot. Seth did “the burnie” and Caleb lay on the ground strewn with wet coins. This shoot was all about having fun and we did.


Pitches. (I needed two pictures for the blog.)

Last Monday we opened the floor up to the members to pitch whatever ideas they have. Officers Kevin Bahr, Adam Getz, and Seth Photopoulos served as panel members to lead discussions about the pitches. We had a successful night and a lot of people showed interest in the projects that were presented. Many of them went off to form production groups within the Flicker community.

We had the 24 Hour Video Race planned out but it ended up falling through. There were too many other events going on at the same time as well as some poor planning. Good news is that we are planning to do it later this Fall. Another announcement is that Flicker officers Beau Mumford and Seth Photopoulos are putting together a sketch comedy group called Second Unit Productions. They will meet every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in Kenan 1005 to brainstorm and produce sketches.

This is a short blog this week. If you’re on Facebook make sure to join our community group page. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter. Enjoy your Fall Break!

There’s some cool stuff out in the world:

A talk by Steven Soderbergh on the state of film. 

Inside the Actor’s Studio isn’t just for actors.

Miyazaki with a more western look.

Dustin Hoffman takes acting seriously and you should too.