Advanced Film Screening | Department of Media Arts
May 7, 2012

Advanced Film Screening

2012 Advanced Film Screening.The 2012 RTVF Advanced Film and Audio Production classes will screen eight short narrative films on Saturday, May 12, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Lyceum in the UNT Union. Admission is free.

The Advanced Film and Audio classes represent some of the best and brightest Seniors / Post-Grads in the Radio, Television and Film program at the University of North Texas. For many of the students, these films are the culmination of their college careers, and are their first forays into serious work.

So come be the first to see them at this special world premiere event -- and meet the filmmakers before they get famous!

Click the poster to watch a trailer for the featured films (screening order to be announced later):

A young man awaiting the birth of his child recounts the events in his life leading up to that moment -- from meeting the love of his life to the delivery of his child.

William and Alicia have a perfect, happy relationship, but William begins to suspect that things may not be as they seem. William fears that not only is his girlfriend being stalked, but that she is also cheating on him with the stalker.

La Dama
Dama and Valiente live a seemingly idyllic relationship in a faraway land, but their peace is disrupted by the arrival of an adventurer named Mundo, whose brief stop at the couple's home marks a permanent change in their lives.

Trying to cope with the recent death of her father, a young girl runs away from home.

A young military veteran with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder struggles during hard economic times to provide for his splintered family and keep his morals in a world of illegal opportunity.

A man wakes up in the aftermath of a home invasion and must quickly identify the culprit.

Good Morning
Tamara Dobson is a 16-year-old high school student who is forced to deal with issues way beyond her years. With her grandmother bedridden, Tamara is forced to be a surrogate mother to her two siblings, Emmett and Kasey. Through the course of one day, Tamara must choose between her youthful ambitions and her mature obligations.

Sandra returns home from a military tour in Afghanistan and attempts to adjust to civilian life. Sandra encounters an old friend with whom she had a falling out and they begin to rekindle their friendship -- with both finding value within themselves.