Video production students at the University premiered films they've been working on throughout the semester to the community.
This is kind of a chance for us to say thank you to the community that helped us out, whether it was locations or the use of a vehicle," said Justin Ross, an instructor. " I mean we couldn't make these movies without community support."
Student filmmakers dressed up and took pictures on a red carpet.
For some students, it was their first experience creating an entire film - something they learned a lot about.
"It's a lot harder than what people think, I mean when they come and watch, they will think, oh it's okay, but there is so much more work behind the scenes that you'll never know," said Kellen Burgess, a sophomore.
An awards ceremony was held to honor the best films.
Instructors say the video production program at Northwest has made great strides.