With 20 short films set to be screened, Huntington High School’s 10th Annual Film Festival at the Cinema Arts Centre on Park Avenue on Tuesday, May 28 at 7 p.m. is expected to be something very special.
The Cinema Arts Centre will host Huntington High School's 10th annual film festival.
Admission is free. No tickets are required. The general public is welcome to attend as are entire families. The festival’s films will run for a total of about 60 minutes.
“I am very excited to assemble this year’s film festival, “said art teacher Heather Swan, who leads Huntington High School’s video arts program. “We will be presenting a diverse compilation of 20 films that were produced by students representing all four of the video courses as well as a project by my media arts students. We are very fortunate and thankful to have the Cinema Arts Centre hosting this event, since the venue allows us to view the videos on an actual movie screen.”
The festival’s lineup includes:
- “Talent” – Comedy sketch by Grace Tyrrell
- “What She Can’t See” – 2 characters/1 setting by Jeslyn Alfaro
- “Stop Motion” – Stop motion by Evan Martinez
- “Alone” – Five obstructions by Jennifer Low
- “Vexing” – Art movement by Megan Agrillo
- “Wizard Chase” – Digital effects by Griffin Bluemer
- “Courage” – Five obstructions by Jose Suarez
- “A Day in the Park” – Animatic by Nicholas Rowley
- “X-Dress” – 2 characters/1 setting by John O’Brien
- “Happiness” – Documentary by Jessica Quintanilla
- “Teacher” – Comedy sketch by Chris Bavaro
- “60 Minutes” – Parody by David Mosden
- “Crazy Science Experiments” – Tutorial by Leyda Ponce
- “Signs Don’t Lie” Comedy sketch by Hiya Akber
- “I Am Not a Number” – Video essay by Christian Hannah
- “Sickly Sweet” – 2 characters/1 setting by Grace Tyrrell
- “Media Arts 2019 Rotoscope” – by students in Periods 4 and 6
- “A Secret” – 2 characters/1 setting by Jennifer Low
- “Snitch” – 10 Day Film Challenge by Chris Bavaro, Griffin Bluemer, Christian Hannah, David Mosden, John O’Brien, Nick Rowley and Daniel Petrylka
- “Binge Watch” – 10 Day Film Challenge by Hiya Akber, Jennifer Low, Caitlyn Palermo, Jose Suarez and Grace Tyrrell
“This is a great opportunity for these hard working students to share their talents with their family, friends and our community,” Mrs. Swan said.
The filmmakers will be available to discuss their work. Cinema Arts Center refreshment stands will be open before, during and after the film screenings.
The Cinema Arts Centre is located at 423 Park Avenue in Huntington. Contact Mrs. Swan at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.