Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film
Lauren Blunk talks about her experiences in the recently renovated Temple Building, her work on "Digs," and about the wide variety of skills she has developed at UNL.
Student Molley Polsen cites the depth of real world experiences she has gained from the program as a major asset, graduating with a resume and reel already in hand.
Ethan Seagren, junior Film and New Media major, talks about his UCARE project with the Holland Computing Center and collaborating with students, faculty, and professionals.
Film and New Media major Logan Gee discusses working on the Carson School's production of "Digs" and taking courses in the College's Digital Arts Initiative program.
Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film alumni Alexander Jeffery, Katie Streeter, and Christian Stokes talk about their film "One Way" and how UNL prepared them for the real world.
Carson Film Series
The Johnny Carson film series second short film "Digs" was recently. The series is the only one of its kind in the nation, pairing working film professionals with current students.
The JCSTF has completed the first film in it's Carson School Film Series. This project involved industry professionals teaming with students and faculty from the University and NET.
The first film in the Carson School Film Series, "Vipers in the Grass," is a 22-minute police story set in Nebraska and written by Hollywood screenwriter Jorge Zamacona.
The John W. Carson Foundation announced an additional gift of $1 million to be used for student scholarships in the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film on Nov. 4, 2011.
UNL's Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film presents the 2011 Carson Lecture featuring former major league baseball player, sportscaster, comedian and actor Bob Uecker.
Created by UNL students in cooperation with NET, this video traces Johnny's rise from his home in Norfolk, Neb. and his days at UNL, to becoming a great entertainment icon.