MONTROSE, N.Y. -- Hendrick Hudson High School will host its 11th Annual film festival on May 17 at 6:30 p.m.
This year’s festival will feature district graduate Jeff Camarra, who will be the keynote speaker and will share some clips from his award winning documentary.
“This year’s festival will have the greatest talent and films within each category since its inception in 2002 and will amaze the audience and make for an exciting evening,” said festival organizer Paul LaVallee. “You will be delighted to see what our kids are doing with cameras these days.”
The night will begin with a red carpet event in front of the high school, where student filmmakers will be arriving by limousine provided by Settembre Limousines.
One of the biggest high school film festivals in the region, the evening will showcase the filmmaking talents of students throughout the tri-state area. Festival organizers received over 90 submissions from over 20 schools in the following categories: music, video, animation, documentary, drama, PSA and comedy. Each film will be competing for individual awards as well as the coveted grand prize, “The Andrew W. Jenks Award”.
Admission is $5 and t-shirts, popcorn, drinks and candy will be sold. For additional information, contact Paul LaVallee at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (914) 257-5813.
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