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Films & Schedules - THE 34TH YOUNG PEOPLE’S FILM FESTIVAL: TEEN DIVISION

Sun, Nov 7, 2010
at 1 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)

THE 34TH YOUNG PEOPLE’S FILM FESTIVAL: TEEN DIVISION

SHORTS

For 34 years, the Northwest Film Center's annual Young People's Film Festival has celebrated the next generation of regional filmmakers—children and teens in grades K-12 from throughout the Northwest—by showcasing their work and circulating it around the region. This year we've divided the winners into two programs, today's focused on the work of teens ages 13-19. Please join us for this fun and entertaining program of shorts, animation, and documentaries selected for their originality, artistic merit, technical achievement, and conviction in investigation of subject matter.

Generous thanks to this year’s jury panel of professionals, Lori Damiano, Janet McIntyre, and Tom Olsen, Jr., who will be present at the screening and at the panel discussion and reception following the program.

FREE

Whitsell Auditorium     90 Minutes    

Interests: Animation, Documentary, Narrative, Shorts.


THE RETURN OF THE NOSE

THE RETURN OF THE NOSE

DIRECTOR: MONICA KAMIN (ARTS AND COMMUNICATION MAGNET ACADEMY) - (BEAVERTON)

(ANI) How the Sphinx finds its nose.

4 Minutes    


HENRY

DIRECTOR: AMELIA ELIZALDE, SHERIDAN KOEHLER, LEVI FRIEDMAN, SEAN HENDRICKS (BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL) - (SEATTLE)

(DOC) An uncensored disagreement between art and critique.

7 Minutes    


SPACESHIP: THE MOVIE

SPACESHIP: THE MOVIE

DIRECTOR: CORBIN COLEMAN (ARTS AND COMMUNICATION MAGNET ACADEMY) - (BEAVERTON)

(ANI) An alien conspiracy makes use of trap doors and marshmallows.

4 Minutes    


REFLECTION

DIRECTOR: BLAIR SCOTT, SHERIDAN KOEHLER (BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL) - (SEATTLE)

(NAR) A Hitchcockian exploration of the space between dreams where morality confronts human nature.

6 Minutes    


MOHAWK MOE

DIRECTOR: AXEL KOZBER, AIDEN COWNE - (BEAVERTON)

(ANI) A lo-fi epic drama with pyrotechnics!

5 Minutes    


ANTI-SMOKING PSA

DIRECTOR: HUNTER SMITH, GIORDAN BOMANO (WHITMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL) - (SEATTLE)

(PSA) The lungs do the talking in this punch at nicotine.

1 Minutes    


SIGNS

SIGNS

DIRECTOR: RIKKE HEINECKE, TONY MEYER, ELIZABETH O’LAUGHLIN (BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL) - (SEATTLE)

(NAR) Hope is delivered in serendipity, buoyed by random acts of strangers.

5 Minutes    


BAR INK

DIRECTOR: SPENCER MILLER, GEORGIA PECK, JUSTIN SMITH-MERCADO, ROBYN COCHRANE (BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL) - (SEATTLE)

(DOC) A family story of delinquency, tattoos, and redemption.

6 Minutes    


SLEEPING LESSONS

DIRECTOR: KEVIN GILGAN, GRANT LEWIS, ZACHARY JONES (THE CENTER FOR ADVANCED LEARNING) - (GRESHAM)

(MV) Classic mad scientist meets cardboard and a tin can.

4 Minutes    


SMELL THE ROSES

DIRECTOR: NATHANIAL SOLUM, BRADLY TUCKER (WHITMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL) - (SEATTLE)

(NAR) A meditation on going without, and taking time to smell the roses.

1 Minutes    


THE MILLION-DOLLAR WATCH

DIRECTOR: JOSEPH YAO, JOSHUA YAO, JONATHAN YAO, ELAINE YAO - (PORTLAND)

(NAR) The story of a thief, a henchman, and a young girl, and about the time they went to the zoo.

6 Minutes    


BECOMING CEPHALOPOD

BECOMING CEPHALOPOD

DIRECTOR: KATHERINE NILSEN, REBECCA RAMSEY, ARIEL AMAN (REEL GRRLS) - (SEATTLE)

(NAR) Becoming oneself, in spite of everything.

6 Minutes    


BORDERLESS SKY

DIRECTOR: GWYN MARTIN-MORRIS, SAHAR SHAKERI, EMMA MARMOR, CAITLIN GAYLORD (REEL GRRLS) - (SEATTLE)

(DOC) A glimpse into the struggles living within three individual journeys from Iran to the USA.

8 Minutes    


PULP

DIRECTOR: MICHAEL LIPTON - (LAKE OSWEGO)

(ANI) Questioning violence and the culture of boxing.

1 Minutes    


STICKS

STICKS

DIRECTOR: DENNIS NOACK, LINCOLN WEBB - (PORTLAND)

(NAR) Raymond Chandler meets The Coen Brothers.

8 Minutes    


BIOGRAPHY OF A RUNAWAY (HONORABLE MENTION)

DIRECTOR: NATE OLIVER, JAKE MATOS - (PORTLAND)

(NAR) When things look bad, but only for a moment.

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