Alyxandra Theall directs visitors to the auditorium. photo by Janel Rodriguez
NESA cinema students congratulate winner Daniel Panchevre for his film. photo by Janel Rodriguez
MC Isabel Mayer gives out a poster during the prize drawings. photo by Ian Madewell
Nathaniel Villejo and Ryker McInnis make plans backstage. photo by Brenda Slatton
Kenneth Kovats drops a few tickets in the raffle bucket as his mom signs in kids with a film in the festival. Photo By Brenda Slatton
Dominica Ruelas poses in front of the auditorium entrance as she waits for the event to begin. Cinema students handed out tickets for the prize drawing. Photo By Brenda Slatton
Young Filmmaker Networking Time Photo by Brenda Slatton
Tim Smith hands out raffle tickets at the front entrance to the auditorium. Photo By Brenda Slatton
Noah Izbrand and Nic Chavarria discuss plans for after the Festival. Photo By Brenda Slatton
Isabel Mayer announces the overall winner of the film festival as Karina Betancourt and Ryker McInnis cheer. photo by Ian Madewell
By Ysabel Escobedo & Taylor Tolentino
Last night’s Film Festival brought in many students from Lee and other schools.
Once the screenings began the students were quite thrilled to see what was in store for them.
Genres from Fiction, Non-Fiction,Experimental, and PSA (Public Service Announcements) had been entered.
Some films had feelings of mystery and were filled with emotion, while others had given off a feeling of sympathy, joy, and fearfulness.
Applause and screams congratulated the over all winner, Daniel Panchevre, whose video “Feeling the Drift” was about the dangers of drifting won the Non-fiction category. Panchevre created his video at Say Si.
Although some of the contestants hadn’t shown up, their videos were still awarded.