PARK Central's Mitchell Fitzpatrick is the sole producer and creator of a new web series, shown on YouTube, which follows three friends as they attempt to expose the person who led their best friend, Jessica Lane, to her death on the night of her party.
Fitzpatrick has shot 15 episodes of Who Killed Jessica Lane?, with one released each week on YouTube.
Four episodes have so far been released.
Web series are the "new black" on the media landscape, as more film and TV show makers produce content specifically for the internet.
"I definitely think web series are the next big thing," Fitzgerald, 23, said.
"It's hard to pitch to TV stations and this is a great platform to get your work out and to network. So I'm independently trying to get my work out there."
Word of mouth and social media has seen the audience grow.
"I've had good feedback," Fitzpatrick said.
"A site called Indie Intertube chose it as their drama series of the week.
"The aim of the project is to create original, entertaining and addictive web-based content for 13 to 21-year-olds."
It has been compared to Pretty Little Liars, an American show screened on Fox 8.
Fitzpatrick was a 2011 top 10 finalist in the MTV Optus 180 Project short film festival, and plans to enter his series into it and other international festivals.
To watch the four episodes so far, go to: www.youtube.com/WKJLwebseries.
If you would like to be involved or help fund series two, email email@example.com.