Once a year the Film Program at the UCF Nicholson School of Communication and Media hosts the Fall Showcase – a retrospective of short films that will expose viewers to the groundbreaking world of independent cinema. Some of the finest examples from the previous year’s crop of student films are brought together for a single night of celebration each Fall Semester.
The primary function of this event is to put UCF Film’s best foot forward with a curated exhibition of some of our strongest work to date.
This year's program includes:
TEACHING IN A PANDEMIC by Hannah King
FREE FROM HERE by Carlos Napoleoni
A STUDY OF TREES & THINGS by Elizabeth Bettis
MEMORIES OF EARTH by Dakota Bozeman
TRICK OR TREAT by Rachael Pisarski
WALTER’S WORLD by Corey Marr
AN ABC REFLECTION by Michelle Hung
IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER by Sebastain Marcano Perez
IN BLOOM PART 2 by Cheyanne Miller
THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF DEMOCRACY by Kristen Locker
Doors open at 6:30pm. This event is free and open to the public. Parking is available by meter or free in Parking Garage F.