Germantown Friends School is hosting the second annual Philadelphia Youth Film Festival on Saturday, 2/23, from 12-6 p.m. This student-run festival will be held on our campus and admission is free for all high school students from GFS as well as other area schools.
When: Saturday, February 23, 12-6 p.m.
Where: On campus
Germantown Friends School is hosting the second annual Philadelphia Youth Film Festival. This student-run festival will be held on campus and admission is free for all high school students from GFS as well as other area schools.
The event features Oscar-nominated Nathaniel Kahn, GFS Class of 1981, as the keynote speaker, workshops by professionals in the filmmaking industry, and a screening of the winning films. It offers a great opportunity for teenage filmmakers to show off their work, get critiques, and network with peers and professionals from the area.
Full details about the festival and a link to register for the event are available on our website at phyff.com. Feel free to contact us at email@example.com if you would like further information about the event. We hope you will spread the word and invite students to attend!
Below is a poster promoting the event and here is a list of workshops for the day. Feel free to share this information and send to any high school students you know who are interested in film and filmmaking. We are also on social media, so please like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @phyff19.
PHYFF Planning Team
Seniors Noah Weinstein and Raia Stern
Faculty Advisors Sarah Detwiler, Kate Garrity, André Lee, and JT Waldman