A film crew made up of all local Western Connecticut State University graduates has begun to make a movie, also being filmed in Connecticut, under Brittany Nisco Productions, LLC.

In addition, the grads have launched a Kickstarter to raise funds for production, and the online campaign goes until the end of May.

The crew is made up of Brittany Nisco, Grant Kettner and Travis Golino of New Milford, John Murray and Connor Misset of Brookfield and Andrew Hopkins of Trumbull.

They all graduated from WCSU’s Media Production program and decided they wanted to make their first collective feature film.

The movie, “Wandering Off,” was featured as “crowdfund of the week” by Cultural Weekly.

The feature-length film deals with family dynamics when faced with a crisis, specifically siblings who are still holding onto decades of tension.

The siblings’ past continually creeps in as they try to understand not only what has happened to their parents but who they are now and who they thought they would be.

Their parents, on the other hand, are blissful and nowhere to be found, according to the filmmakers.

The film crew hopes to raise $50,000 on their Kickstarter campaign.

For more information, visit www.kickstarter.com/projects

/brittanynisco/wandering-off.