North Carolina Film & Television Archive

North Carolina has a long distinguished film history that continues to thrive. The last 3 decades have seen notable films such as The Color Purple, The Last of the Mohicans, Dirty Dancing, and Days of Thunder. Most recently North Carolina served as the backdrop for the blockbuster film The Hunger Games and its stage space was also used for the production Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.  In addition Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, The Secret Life of Bees, Leatherheads, and Nights in Rodanthe all shot in the state.

For 6 seasons, North Carolina was home to the WB's Dawson's Creek followed by 9 seasons for the CW's One Tree Hill.  The state now provides the background for the critically acclaimed series Homeland on Showtime as well as the upcoming first seasons of NBC's Revolution and Cinemax's Banshee.

To view the archive, browse the left-hand menu. Note that this archive serves as a reference to notable films and television shows made in North Carolina.