The talented filmmaking students of Ballard High School are at it again, with several of their films screening at an upcoming international film festival.
Five films by 15 students in the BHS Digital Filmmaking Program have been selected to screen at the All American High School Film Festival (AAHSFF) in New York City. Entries for the competitive festival come from all over the US and other countries, Matt Lawrence, teacher from the BHS film program tells My Ballard. The judges who selected the films include screenwriter Diablo Cody, producer/screenwriter Carlton Cuse, and actors Kristen Stewart and Dylan McDermott.
The festival will run from Oct. 5 -8 at the Center for Social Innovation, AMC Theatres Times Square, and the historic Kings Theater.
The selected films include the following:
- Paul, Dark and Handsome, a comedy by Miles Andersen, Ellie Dynes, Cole Kastner & Jesse Romero
- Oso Strong, a documentary by Freeman Marshall & Maddie Lausted
- Bottled Emotions, a drama by Zach Boone, PJ Hase & Aidan Jereczek
- Doubts, a drama by Liam Bonds, Zach Boone & Ethan Hawthorne-Dallas
- City’scape, an experimental film by Jonathan Bowers, Brendan Hickey & Gracie Morris