Sep 062017
 

Due to the impending landfall of hurricane Irma, all classes have been canceled starting Thursday, September 7th – Monday, September 11th Tuesday, September 12th Wednesday, September 13th Monday, September 18th (updated 9/12/17). All UCF facilities will be closed Friday, September 8th and will not reopen for business until 6am Tuesday, September 12th Wednesday, September 13th Thursday, September 14th Friday, September 15th.

All Film Program related events during campus closure have been canceled. All equipment check-outs scheduled during this time will be postponed. All facility reservations are canceled. Please contact the Film Operations Desk to reschedule.

You can find additional details regarding the university’s response to hurricane Irma on the official UCF Today page.

Stay safe and dry!

Oct 062016
 

ATTENTION! All editorial workstations have been disconnected from electrical supply and the network as a preventative measure to prevent electrical damage during hurricane Matthew. Please do not attempt to reattach this equipment. Due to a state of emergency, campus is closed for business. All workstations will be placed back into working order first thing Monday morning.

Thank you.

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Oct 052016
 

Due to impending landfall of hurricane Matthew, all Film Program operations are suspended until Monday, October 10th. All classes have been canceled as of 3:00pm today and all university campuses are closed for business as of 5:00pm today. Students that have pending equipment and facility checkouts scheduled for this Thursday, Friday, and the weekend have been contacted about making new arrangements. All scheduled workshops have been canceled and will be rescheduled. Students who have casting calls and/or rehearsals scheduled for this weekend are strongly encouraged to cancel in thee event the hurricane’s impact to the Central Florida area is prolonged throughout the weekend.

Additional updates about the hurricane and the status of university’s operations can be found here.

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