UVM Student Featured Work:


Film and Television Major Devon White's short film, The Age of Quarantine, was selected "Best Film" in VTIFF's Shelter in Place Showcase Spring 2020

The Age of Quarantine is a short film I directed in Spring 2020. I made the film to show my personal experience dealing with the pandemic, especially in the early phases. I really enjoyed making this film as it serves as a snippet of what life looked like back when COVID-19 first took us all by surprise. I decided to do a voice-over monologue to make the film feel like it were just taken out of my diary. I was extremely excited to find out that I won Best Film and VTIFF for this short, and I am extremely thankful to the UVM FTS program for teaching me the skills I need to become a successful filmmaker!

Devon White ’21

Jess Armstrong '21

My video is about people in my life that I am in contact with since self-quarantine. I decided to use animation because I had the materials to do it and I wanted to explore the medium.  I really enjoyed making the end part.   I used one sound clip that I found on YouTube of bats calling each other.  I really like how abstract it was but I don't think anyone would have picked up on what it is.  I really like the experimental documentary format. There are so many possibilities and I would love to work on more. Jess Armstrong ‘21, FTS 141, Spring 2020

Our City by Kyle King '20

MYSHADOW Trailer Mark Hendry '19

MYSHADOW is a short documentary of New Hampshire Native Kainalu Nichols and where he is going in surfing.

Closed captions available.

Peter vanderWilden, '18 Response: A Portrait of 4 Environmental Artists, Featured on Vermont PBS "Made Here" series

Matt Schildkamp '18, Clay On My Hands featuring pottery instructor Hoyt Barringer in the Studio Art Department

Compilation of student work 2018 created for opening of the new Cohen Integrated Arts Center