The State of Things
11:47 am
Tue March 12, 2013

Film Documents The Core Sound Community’s Struggles

  For nearly 300 years the Core Sound community has earned a livelihood from the commercial fishing industry. It’s a livelihood that is now seriously threatened. “Core Sounders” is a new documentary that tells the story of a community in transition.

LJ Hardy of South River, aboard his boat at the mouth of the Neuse River
LJ Hardy of South River, aboard his boat at the mouth of the Neuse River
Credit Neal Hutcheson

Host Frank Stasio is joined by Walt Wolfram, executive producer and professor of English at North Carolina State University; and Neal Hutcheson, the Emmy-Award winning director, to talk about their new film, “Core Sounders.”

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