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Level Up

Level Up is a feature film that follows the adventures of Jack Scott, a socially inept freshman who is desperate to find his niche. He does so in Andrew Jackson University's gaming club, where he meets a host of unorthodox characters and fights his way through dragons, zombies, grudge matches, and more to discover friendship, loyalty, and even love?

It's the best action-adventure/sci-fi/fantasy/romantic comedy that nobody asked for.

  • Luke Carter
    Director
  • Luke Carter
    Writer
  • Jonathan Saxman
    Key Cast
  • Rachel Carey
    Key Cast
  • Hannah Vislocky
    Key Cast
  • Kairel Powell
    Key Cast
  • Michael Goffus
    Key Cast
  • Levi Ryan
    Key Cast
  • Spencer Thurman
    Key Cast
  • Macy McKnight
    Key Cast
  • Clayton Moriarty
    Key Cast
  • Clay Glenny
    Key Cast
  • Matt Gray
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Feature, Student
  • Genres:
    comedy, drama, sci fi, fantasy, action
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 19 minutes 42 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 15, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    0 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    digital
  • Aspect Ratio:
    21:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    Yes
  • Campus Premiere
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    United States
    April 17, 2016
Distribution Information
  • YouTube
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: Internet
Director Biography - Luke Carter

Luke is a recently graduated film student working out of the Pittsburgh area. Level Up is his first foray into feature film-making. He likes long walks on the beach and character driven stories with sensible action sequences, and the occasional gratuitous explosion or two.

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Director Statement

Level Up is the culmination of 4 years of study and 2 years of concentrated effort and passion. It was started as a screenwriting assignment and was completed as a capstone project. It was screened for an adoring audience and represents everything I wanted to have in a movie. It's flawed and imperfect, but it's mine.