Controlled Chaos Film Festival

An annual showcase of work by the students of Western Carolina University’s Film and Television Production program

2022 Premiere

Controlled Chaos

TONIGHT AT 7 PM IS THE MUCH ANTICIPATED 2022 CONTROLLED CHAOS FILM FESTIVAL!!!

 In addition to the students’ work, viewers will have the opportunity to watch pre-festival interviews with the filmmakers on the same YouTube channel.  

This year’s CCFF features class, thesis, and independent films as well as an episode of web series produced by students in the Film and Television Production Program at WCU.

 This year will also include UnControlled Chaos Film Festival, happening Saturday April 30th. Student films with more adult-content and will feature in this event.

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2022 Festival

Official Merchandise

T-shirts are short sleeve : $15.00 each

Hoodies are: $22.00 each

Color options: Black or White

 

Last day to order: April 6th

Last day to pay for order: April 6th

Proceeds from this will go towards the Controlled Chaos fund for next year.

 

T-shits and Hoodies will be sold at Controlled Chaos Film Festival, in a limited supply. To guarantee your CCFF T-shirt or Hoodie pre-order yours today!

To pay via Venmo:

@LaurenAlice . Please label payment as “controlled chaos shirt/hoodie” 

2022 Festival

Official Film Selections 

Achin’ for a Breakin’

Ambiguity

Between the Earth and the Sky

The Adventures of Captain Atom Chapter 5: Impending Armageddon

Deal of Three

Graveyard Smash

In the Woods Somewhere

Last Call

Malignant

Meat Heads Meet Heads (Dir. Kate Haney)

Meatheads Meet Heads (Dir. Liam Spoon)

Purpose: The Artist’s Journey

See You Soon

Simpleman

Taste of Lavender

The Climbing Crew

When the Tree Calls

Wild Card

Web Series

Film &
Television Production

Western Carolina University

about Us

At the School of Stage and Screen, we start with the story. 

Storytelling is the basic skill that ties all the others together. That is what the most successful filmmakers have in common.

From screenplay through post-production, fiction or non-fiction, we use technology in service of story as students get hands-on experience on our sets and film stages and in our Avid-equipped editing rooms.

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If you’re looking for a university that sparks creativity, facilitates innovation, and cultivates artists who are confident and prepared to succeed in the entertainment industry, you’re in the right place.

Learn more about the Film and Television Production program at Western Carolina University and apply to the School of Stage and Screen today. 

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