A screening and discussion about the documentary “Startup.com” and the dot com implosion will be the next program from the Carolina Entrepreneurial Initiative at UNC Chapel Hill.

The event is set for March 22 at 7 PM in Hanes Hall auditorium.

The movie tracks the rapid rise and fall of govWorks.com, a dot-com phenom that raised $60 million in venture capital before going bankrupt.

Kaleil D. Isaza Tuzman, one of the founders, will participate in the panel discussion following the film. He is now a managing partner in Recognition Group.

Also participating will be Walter Buckley, chief executive officer of Internet Capital Group, and Al Segars, director of the Center for Sustainable Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School’s Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise and Buck Goldstein, entrepreneur in residence at UNC.

For information about the Carolina Entrepreneurial Initiative, see: www.unc.edu/cei