From the small screen to the silver screen, our alumni do amazing things. In fact, nothing reflects on the School of Filmmaking's caliber of training better than the achievements of our graduates.
Filmmaking alumni can be found behind the camera—and in front of it—in major motion pictures, on television series and beyond. Productions with the names of former UNCSA students in the credits include "Pineapple Express," "Your Highness," "Eastbound and Down," "Despicable Me," "Under The Dome," "Seeking A Friend For The End of the World," "Our Brand Is Crisis," "I'll See You In My Dreams," "Loving" and many, many, many others.
Matt "Smokey" Cloud has worked for years as an assistant sound editor on feature films for 20th Century Fox. That work helped the film "Ford v. Ferrari" win an Academy Award.
From collaborating on video game Apex Legends to editing at Netflix, Film alumnus Caleb Ennis has made lasting connections in his four years since graduation.
As the senior manager of grants and awards at Film Independent, Producing alumna Setu Raval helps to make sure that stories that aren't often told or seen have the opportunity to make it to wider audiences.
School of Filmmaking Producing alumna Meghan Cirillo has worked on many documentary series. Recently, she served as producer for "Versus" on Facebook Watch with Stephen Curry.
Work hard to maintain relationships, advises Filmmaking alumna Jubilate Cox. They're valuable for finding new work and for forming lasting friendships.
Your path may not look like what you think it's going to look like, says Film alumnus D.C. Wade. And that's okay.
The UNCSA alumnus has more than 90 credits in television shows and films, ranging from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" to "Stranger Things."
For seven months, cinematographer Zoë White effectively lived in Gilead, the country inhabited by many of the characters of Hulu's hit show "The Handmaid's Tale."
It's hard to ignore the diversity of genres in filmmaker David Gordon Green's repertoire. The Film alumnus has directed, written or produced everything from dramas to stoner comedies and political satires. Now, he's taking on horror.
Danny McBride, a 1999 graduate of the School of Filmmaking, is fast emerging as one of the most formidable multiple threats in film and television.
Brett Haley's most recent film, "Hearts Beat Loud," shows just how far you can go with determination, passion and a well-rounded education.
Screenwriting alumnus Alex Bickel ('04) enhances the stories in ''Moonlight,'' ''Lady Bird'' and ''The Big Sick'' through hues, saturation and color.
Zene Baker ('98) found editing work for indie films straight out of school, but the turning point in his career came from a bawdy frat comedy.
It's been less than six years since she graduated from the UNCSA School of Filmmaking, and Vera Herbert has already landed her dream job. Herbert, a 2011 screenwriting alumna, is a writer for NBC's breakout show "This Is Us."
Kristopher Tapley (Filmmaking '04) has been making waves in the world of film awards coverage for years and now as Variety's Awards Editor. His new Playback podcast features interviews and shoptalk with some of Hollywood's brightest stars.
Nathan Krochmal is blazing a trail through the professional film world in a place that's known to some as the "Wild West" of filmmaking. No, it's not Los Angeles or New York - it's Atlanta - and for the talented 2014 UNCSA graduate, it's a land of opportunity.
Rebecca Green always dabbled in the arts growing up, with interests ranging from flute and dance to photography and movies. But she found her niche in production, and has made a name for herself in the film industry.
Not only is alumna Martha Stephens a Spirit Award winner, but she sold her film, "Land Ho!" to Sony Pictures Classic.