2010 TEEN FILM PROGRAM
(Woodstock, NY) December 9, 2010: The Woodstock Film Festival is proud to present its Annual 2010 Teen Film Program—official student film selections of the 2010 Woodstock Film Festival. A Q&A with student filmmakers will follow the screening. The event marks WFF's yearly commitment to presenting and promoting teen films and high school students from around the world who make them.
The 2010 Teen Film Program will screen December 17, 7:00pm at the Harry Simon Auditorium at Onteora High School, Boiceville NY (see map). Admission is free but a suggested donation of $5 would be most appreciated.
Proceeds offset cost of screening, venue and also benefit the Onteora Tech Crew.
The 2010 Teen Film Program will feature a selection of films from local students including Onteora High School's Lauren Tischler, Edith Lerner and Addison Cook. Two films—Can We Talk and What I Love were produced at the Woodstock Film Festival Summer Initiative with guest instructor Annie Nocenti, who teaches regularly in Haiti at the Ciné Institute.
"What sets teen films apart from all other films is the fresh perspective, the honesty and the passion that usually comes through..."- Heidi Johnson, Office Manager and Youth Initiative Coordinator
Topics range from an adaptation of Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice (Tischler) to the survival of an innocent fruit in the animated film Apple by Roman Rhyse-Kleckanda.
For a complete list of films, visit 2010 TEEN FILM PROGRAM.