Friday, April 27, 2012

2012 Chicagoland High School Film Festival

"Yay! "Robin and Her Wolf"  was officially accepted as a finalist to the Chicagoland High School Film Festival. The film will be shown along with several other works by fellow student filmmakers from all accross Chicago and suburbs. I was fortunate to have been selected last year as well; and I must say I was impressed by the quality of films produced by each of the finalists.  
To the cast  and all thouse that helped make Robin & her Wolf come together, 'Congrats guys! Its because of you all that this movie is a success"
The Chicagoland High School Film Festival, gives high School students an unique opportunity to enter and show the films they have worked so hard to create. True there are Children’s film festivals, but since those events are geared toward films who’s language and content are appropriate to be viewed by young children, this event allows young film makers to exhibit works that are relevant to the issues and interests of teen filmmakers.

2012 Film Festival Finalists

Academic Integrity by Geoff Neal, Hayden McAfee, Frank Henderson, Jacob Hellinga, Patrick McGrail Lake Forest High School 13:11

Derivation by Nhan Huynh. Palatine High School 2:21
Robin and Her Wolf  by Lane Lubell. Latin School of Chicago 12:55

The Following by Jess Greenthin. Palatine High 1:02

Heart and Soul by Anna Price. Palatine High School 3:18
Bridge by Devitt Conboy. Fenwick High School 7:00

John Shepphard Skate Contest by Patrick McGrail. Lake Forest High School 3:54

HIV/AIDS Awareness 2010 by Brittany Hardaway. Dunbar High School 2:51
Letter From a Stranger by Grant Terzakis. New Trier High School 11:47

Q-Tips by Brittany Hardaway. Dunbar High School 1:00

The Dream Act by Nayelly Trujillo. Juarez High School/Street-Level Youth Media 7:00

Room For One by Andre Kaplan. Latin School of Chicago 5:40

Party at the School by Brittany Hardaway. Dunbar High School 3:43

Invite your friends, family, teachers and neighbors–this is a celebration of you and your work.
Tickets are only $3.00 for students and $5 for adults. Tickets can be reserved or purchased at the door.

We will have popcorn, water and a few concessions available to purchase.

6:30-9 PM Friday, May 18
Wrigley Theatre,
Latin School of Chicago
59 W. North Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60610

Monday, April 9, 2012