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Mr. Gerald Waller

Chair Vocational Education

Cape Fear Community College

HQ Phone: (910) 362-7000

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Cape Fear Community College

411 North Front Street

Wilmington, North Carolina 28401

United States

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With over 26,500 students enrolling in classes every year, Cape Fear Community College is the fifth largest community college in the state and is a major economic development partner in southeastern North Carolina. CFCC is dedicated to providing world-cla ... more

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Electrical Technology and Global Education Chair

James Sprunt Community College

Vice President of Studio Operations

EUE Screen Gems Studios


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Graham Masterton - The Official Site: News [cached]

They all 'got it' and special thanks must go to Screen Gems Studio president and film-making blueblood Frank Capra Jr, vice-president Gerald Waller and Line producer Carole Peterman for all their efforts (Oh no, I am hallucinating.

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Gerald Waller is a former vice president of studio operations with EUE Screen Gems Studios-North Carolina in Wilmington, which has become a major East Coast location for film and television production in recent years.Shows such as "Dawson's Creek" and "One Tree Hill" have been shot in the Wilmington area.

Waller said Kinston's film commission had to be community-oriented to be successful.
"The public has to be involved in the process," he said."You have to make sure, when you sell the area, to make sure everyone is on board."
Waller walked the group through the array of things they needed to entice filmmakers to Kinston, Lenoir County and the surrounding areas, including a list of ideal locations, all necessary contacts to approve shooting at those locations and the approval of everyone affected by a film crew's presence, such as merchants, residents or property owners.
A local film commission must also have a list of amenities for film productions on hand, including retail stores, restaurants, lodging, transportation, potential crew members and others.
"You have to package everything you have to offer . . . the location is the hook, but then you have to back that up with resources," Waller explained.
#8226 Gerald Waller, retired studio executive, EUE Screen Gems Studios-North Carolina

James van der Beek Online [cached]

On Sunday, we were joined by a diverse group of people who were lucky enough to tour, for the first time in many months, Screen Gems Studios, where the show is filmed, and the Vice President of Studio Operations, Gerald Waller, conducted the tour himself.He explained that Screen Gems Studios was the largest studio in the country outside of Los Angeles, and that many television shows and motion pictures have filmed there, and, in fact, they were currently shooting an upcoming John Travolta motion picture there, and someone in our group later saw John Travolta in Wilmington!He told us that Dawson's Creek will be on for two more seasons, which surprised all of us, and that the studio was currently negotiating with the producers of the show to keep the show in Wilmington.

The Kinston Free Press [cached]

Among the panelists with Arnold will be Gerald Waller, former vice president of Screen Gems Studios in Wilmington, the largest studio lot east of Hollywood.

Waller is a producer, a teacher and author of the "North Carolina Motion Picture Health and Safety Guide."
Panelist Connie Nelson is an actor and former senior editor at the "Reel Carolina Journal of Film and Video."She co-authored with Floyd Harris the book "Film Junkies Guide to North Carolina."She works and teaches in the fields of communications and tourism.

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