Four groups of students graduating from Full Sail’s Film degree program presented their Final Projects for an audience of family, friends, and faculty members inside the Full Sail Live Venue. This month was also notable in that the filmmaker interviews were shot in 3D, using two different camera angles that were then merged together in After Effects.
The short films that were shown on the big screen included two 35mm films (Terror and Gruff’s Bridge) and two 16mm projects (Unusual Policy and Precious Cargo).
In producing their Final Projects, students applied the knowledge that they gained throughout the Film Degree program every step of the way, from preproduction and casting to shooting, editing, and post-production. They’re not only a great way for students to really submerge themselves into the filmmaking process, but also work as great assets to their demo reels as they prepare to enter the industry after school.