Film Production – Asbury University
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Have you ever wanted to be part of a feature film production? At Asbury University, both our undergraduate and graduate students have the unique opportunity to get hands-on experience as part of a real feature film crew—while they’re students. Asbury’s Media Communication faculty and staff regularly collaborate with seasoned Hollywood professionals to produce films that have been distributed across the United States and around the world.

Recent Film Productions

Not Your Romeo and Juliet

With a wildly popular romance column and a soul-mate relationship, college student Micki has love all figured out—until a competing, anti-romance column rivals hers for the hearts and minds of campus. It's love and war as Micki is determined to take down "Not Your Romeo" even if it destroys them both.

Damaged Goods

Damaged Goods is an award-winning original film produced by the Asbury University Media Communication department in collaboration with Hollywood veteran Nancy Stafford, Asbury alumna Katie Oostman ’15 and Professor Doug Smart. The movie, starring Hannah Alline, explores the difficult and culturally relevant topics of abuse, alcoholism, and family and relationship dysfunction.