From action-packed thrillers to clever animations, and from coming-of-age stories to whimsical worlds, watch some of the outstanding projects created by film students across all years and disciplines in the School of Filmmaking.
UNCSA student films are created in the course of the students’ filmmaking studies. UNCSA encourages creativity and experimentation in filmmaking, but the ideas and opinions in the films are solely those of the student filmmakers. The films are not rated by the Motion Picture Association of America and may contain content that is not appropriate for younger viewers, and may be objectionable to some viewers.
Young Ben is obsessed with his late father's VHS monster movie collection. When his mom brings home a new boyfriend, Ben instantly sees a physical connection between the new man and the vampiric count from his movies.
In the midst of her parent's divorce, Sammy learns that her piano is going to be sold. With her only source of solace being taken away, Sammy resolves to find and play her instrument again.
A young woman living with her boyfriend struggles to make ends meet. Although he is an addict, she cannot seem to let him go, leaving her to pay the bills and fend for herself. So, when her boss shorts her paycheck, she decides to take matters into her own hands.
A teenage girl is forced to confront the realities of impending motherhood when she discovers that she is pregnant and must reconcile with her own irresponsible mother.