The day after Vince Marcucci graduates, the documentary he’s developed throughout his studies at UCF will be privately screened at the Enzian Theater.
The film “Marching Forward” by a Burnett Honors College class tells the story of how bands at two Orlando segregated high schools—one black and one white—helped bring the city together.
Horror-film expert and Associate Professor Gary Rhodes discusses the origin of the genre, a UCF film legacy and what to watch this Halloween.
From movies with a spooky resemblance to the current reality, to flicks that take you to another time and place, here are some selections to help you pass the time.
Major died at the age of 79 after 24 years at the university and leaves a legacy of students who have gone on to careers as actors, producers, directors and talent agents.
Student films also will be screened with 78 other short films from 11 countries at the Sanford event.
Jason Gregory says he hopes the project highlights our similarities, rather than our differences.
This year’s animated short films shed light on a speech disorder and sea turtle nesting. They premiere Monday, April 23, at the Center for Emerging Media.
UCF Professor Ula Stoeckl has been making films for more than 40 years, and recently had them screened at the Berlin Film Festival.