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Documentary Directed by Northeast Instructor Screens at Omaha Film Festival

Documentary Directed by Northeast Instructor Screens at Omaha Film Festival

February 25, 2016
Filed under Campus, Top Stories

When Voices Meet, the award-winning documentary feature film directed by Northeast Community College instructor Nancy Sutton Smith is one of only 6 documentaries showing at the upcoming Omaha Film Festival.  Sutton Smith teaches Digital Cinema and Mass Media at Northeast and is also the advisor for the ...

Hawk TV News October 13, 2015

Hawk TV News October 13, 2015

October 14, 2015
Filed under Campus, KHWK-TV News, Top Stories

On this edition of Hawk TV News, find out more about the recent Applied Technology ribbon cutting, Manufacturing Day, the Northeast Depression Screening and the most recent play production. We also feature the Northeast Auto Body Technology program in a Digital Cinema feature. ...

Film is not dead. Not according to Quentin Tarantino. And not according to the Northwest Chicago Film Society

Film is not dead. Not according to Quentin Tarantino. And not according to the Northwest Chicago Film Society

September 17, 2015
Filed under Movies

By Michael Phillips Chicago Tribune (TNS) Avery: “I don’t like digital.” Sam: “It’s where film is going.” Avery: “Well then it won’t be film anymore.” — From “The Flick,” by Annie Baker ——— Is it really over? We’ve heard so many stories. They tell of the dying...

Staff Profile
Monika Zuch

Monika Zuch

2015-2016

Staff Job Title: Video Editor/Reporter Major: Digital Cinema Hometown: Fremont About: I am a Digital Cinema major, hoping to work in Media, possibly in Las Vegas with my brother. I love to travel, and I have been to every state except 7. I am still planning to go to Alaska, Hawaii, Washi...

Post Production II Students Produce Original Music Videos

Post Production II Students Produce Original Music Videos

May 15, 2015
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The Northeast Community College Post Production II students were charged with creating a final "hit it out of the park" music video by their instructor, Nancy Sutton Smith. Sutton Smith said she wanted them to be able to use part of it on a demo reel as they go forward in multimedia, journalism, and...

Hawk Voice

Hawk Voice

May 7, 2015
Filed under KHWK-TV News, Top Stories

A program produced by Northeast students for Northeast students. On this edition, meet people who are a beam of success despite life's adversities and people who have overcome serious addiction to help others. You will also learn more about PTSD, meet a couple of area authors, go behind the scenes of...

Northeast Broadcasting And Mass Media Students Earn Top Honors

Northeast Broadcasting And Mass Media Students Earn Top Honors

April 24, 2015
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CHADRON - Several Northeast Community College media students were the recipients of a combined 36 awards at the recent Nebraska Collegiate Media Association (NCMA) Golden Leaf Awards at Chadron State College here. Student staff members of KHWK, Northeast’s campus radio station, received 15 awards,...

Post Production Students Create Stunning Landscape Videos

Post Production Students Create Stunning Landscape Videos

Angela Richart
April 16, 2015
Filed under Campus, Top Stories

The Post Production class, which is a new class in the Northeast Community College Digital Cinema program, has been creating beautiful videos all semester. Their latest project was an outdoor landscape piece. As you can see from the playlist below that the end results were spectacular.  Their final...

Northeast Nebraska High School Students Live College Life For A Day

Northeast Nebraska High School Students Live College Life For A Day

Darion Hanson
October 8, 2014
Filed under Campus

Nebraska high school students got a chance to skip school on Wednesday and see what college is really like. Students from 16-17 different schools, representing 20 different counties toured the Business and Technology classes at Northeast Community College in Norfolk. Stacy Strawn, Business Instructor...

New Media Arts And Mass Media Programs To Be Offered At Northeast Community College

New Media Arts And Mass Media Programs To Be Offered At Northeast Community College

May 2, 2014
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NORFOLK – Audio Recording and Broadcasting have been long standing programs on the Norfolk campus of Northeast Community College for over 30-years. They operated in separate buildings with their own focus for most of that time until they were merged in the 2007-08 academic year. However, additional ch...

With new versions of ‘Aladdin’ and ‘The Lion King,’ Disney straddles nostalgia and novelty

With new versions of ‘Aladdin’ and ‘The Lion King,’ Disney straddles nostalgia and novelty

Josh Rottenberg
April 30, 2019
Filed under Entertainment, Lifestyles

Los Angeles Times (TNS) It’s Hollywood’s version of the circle of life: Take an old movie that’s hardwired into one generation’s childhood memory banks, give it a fresh coat of cinematic paint and send a new iteration into theaters for the next generation to hopefully fall in love with just as ...

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas on TV

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas on TV

November 16, 2017
Filed under Movies, Television

By Rick Bentley Tribune News Service (TNS) There are numerous big decisions to be made during the holidays, from gift selections to menu creations. You are on your own with those issues, but we can offer some help when it comes to selecting television programming. This year’s lineup of shows incl...

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