July 27, 2017

DV students hit El Rey Network with “Up Route”

In the Spring of 2015, UAT filmmakers Jordan Wippell and Brandon Scott lead a team of their fellow students to make “Up Route” for the Inter-College 48 Hour Film Challenge. The film won multiple awards, including Best Film, and then went on to be screening in over 16 film festivals worldwide and received BEST STUDENT SHORT at Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival in Chicago. But the little film just keeps chugging along, having caught the eye of the folks at Robert Rodriguez‘s El Rey Network. Rodriguez is one of the filmmakers studied in UAT’s DV program, as he is a great…

New DV Work: The Man With the Golden Arm – Title Sequence Re-Creation

A from-scratch re-creation of the iconic opening titles for the classic film The Man With the Golden Arm, created by student Gabe Vigil for DVA254 Motion Graphics class. Considering this is one of the most iconic title sequences in movie history, created by the legendary Saul Bass, it is no small task to try to duplicate it. How do you think Gabe did? Link to this post!Related PostsCyberpunk Casanova UAT Game Studios Host Summer Greenlight Celebration Summer Game Jam at UAT UAT Seniors Present Their Student Innovation Projects at the SIP Fair See UAT’s Booth at DEF CON 25

New DV Work: STRANGER THINGS – Title Sequence Re-Creation

A from-scratch re-creation of the Stranger Things title sequence, created by student Jake Turocy for DVA254 Motion Graphics class. You can check out some behind the scenes details about the real title sequence here, and watch Jake’s version below. Link to this post!Related PostsBlack Hat 2017 Game Professors Present VR at Science With A Twist at Arizona Science Center University of Advancing Technology Hosts STEM Workshops in Partnership with New Girl Scout Summer Camp Summer of Cyber Security Events Game Design Student Ranked Top 8 in VR Tournament – Finals This Weekend!

New DV Work: Paranormal Investigations – short documentary film

A short doc about a paranormal investigator and his brushes with the unexplained, created by students Emma Welch-Murphy and Madison LaCross for DVA241 Digital Video Production class. This is a great example of how evocative cinematography can really bring a documentary subject to life. Link to this post!Related PostsSouthwest Video Game Showcase Winners New DV Work: Gold Prospecting in Arizona – short documentary film New DV Work: Typography – Gilmore Girls Custom Whiskered Away Xbox Controllers Made By Local Startup New DV Work: The Perks of Being a Wallflower – Spec Title Sequence

New DV Work: Puzzled – short neo-noir film

This short neo-noir mystery film was created for DVA241 Digital Video Production class by students Joe Ciaramitaro, Jake Turocy, and James Carrillo, and stars UAT Enrollment Advisor Daniel Link who is quite the accomplished actor! You can check out Daniel on IMDB, and watch his previous work with our students in “Moving Day” and “Mitch Rapp: Off Book.” And here he is as a hardboiled detective with a deadly secret in “Puzzled.” Link to this post!Related PostsNew DV Work: Typography – Ringo Starr’s MS Paint Art Spooky Locations Give “Help Falls” Horror Film Cred Happy Skies, A Cultural Game For Kids New…

New DV Work: Typography – Leon the Professional

A scene from Leon the Professional turned into animated typography by student Harmony Summer Jones for DVA254 Motion Graphics class. Link to this post!Related PostsDigital Video Students Win Big at Spring Inter-College 48 Hour Film Challenge New DV Work: ARCHER – Title Sequence Recreation Future You University Returns to UAT Award-Winning Film “Limelight” Now on YouTube! Programming Students Adopt a Robotic Dog

New DV Work: Moving Day – short comedy film

Short comedy film created by students Jorge Varela and Gabe Vigil for DVA241 Digital Video Production class. Link to this post!Related PostsTechnology Futurist, Jamais Cascio, Named As An Honorary Doctorate from UAT Congrats Spring SIP Fair Winners Get Ready for Spring SIP Fair at UAT Congrats to UAT’s Cyber Security Teams UATDV at Phoenix Film Festival 2017

New DV Work: Jake Turocy: Photography – short documentary film

A short documentary about student Jake Turocy and his passion for photography. Created by students James Carrillo and Carlie Kratz for DVA241 Digital Video Production class. Link to this post!Related Posts2017 Cisco IOT Network Challenge Can VR Help Reduce Stress Levels in College Students? DV Students Make Movie Magic with “Mitch Rapp: Off Book” UAT’s Network Security Team Takes A Roadtrip To WRCCDC UAT Game Jam Workshop

New DV Work: The Inbetweeners – Title Sequence Recreation

A recreation of the title sequence to the UK TV series The Inbetweeners, created by student Emma Welch-Murphy for DVA254 Motion Graphics class using Adobe After Effects. Link to this post!Related PostsBranch Prediction G33K Squad Competes in Southwest VEX U Tournament ‘Props Through 3D Printing’ Panel at WonderCon featuring 3D Printed Starlord Mask Land a Job or Internship at the Spring Career Fair Update on UAT eSports Team That’s Suboptimal, Sitting in Top 16

New DV Work: Happy Hands – short drama film (NSFW)

Short dramatic film about the consequences of a desperate young man’s decisions. Created by students Emma Welch-Murphy, Carlie Kratz, and Madison LaCross for DVA241 Digital Video Production class. NSFW: Contains strong language. Link to this post!Related PostsTry Virtual Reality at Tempe Geeks Night Out UAT faculty and students collaborate with Hollywood players for action film “Mitch Rapp: Off Book” PHX Startup Week Presents Silicon Valley VC, Tim Draper at UAT Game Art Alumni Describes Dream Job as AAA Texture Artist UAT Continues Support of STEM Initiative, As Host of CodeDay Phoenix for 2nd Consecutive Year