Wake Forest’s Chris Zaluski is a finalist in ‘Our State’ doc film contest

Documentary Film Contest: Finalists Announced

This past summer, “Our State” magazine asked readers to submit a documentary film about North Carolina. Chris Zaluski (MFA ’13), program director for Wake Forest’s student-run Wrought Iron Productions, is a finalist for his film, “The Duke of Rougemont,” — a short documentary that explores the eccentric hobbies of artist, storyteller and craftsman Stacey Harris. Harris, a North Carolina native, recently completed The Boar’s Nest, a Dukes of Hazzard museum, in his backyard. The winner will be announced at the 2013 Carrboro Film Festival on November 23-24. Zaluski and Sam Smartt (’09, MFA ’13) recently won 2nd place at the 34th Annual College Television Awards for their nationally-recognized documentary, “Wagonmasters.”

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