MetroWest Student Film Festival - Day 1

Showtimes: Friday, April 5
$5 General Admission

The Festival will kick-off with an evening program "Script to Screen,” to showcase films created by Walnut Hill students enrolled in the school’s Writing, Film & Media Arts Program. Following the screening, Antonio Viva, Walnut Hill’s Head of School will moderate a talkback and Q & A with the student filmmakers.

Walnut Hill Community Members are FREE. Just bring your Walnut Hill ID to show at the box office. Seating subject to availability



The MWSFF is a student film festival dedicated to showcasing the talents and creativity of the region's youth by providing an opportunity for young filmmakers and production teams to explore and create stories through motion pictures. Finalists among these student-created films will be shared with friends, families and the community at-large in TCAN’s state-of-the-art screening room.

Selected finalists will screen their student films for friends, families, and the general public in a 3-day festival to be held in the state-of-the-art screening room at The Center for Arts in Natick, April 5-7, 2019.

Each short film entry will be judged by a panel of industry professionals and enthusiasts for the categories of Outstanding Live Action, Documentary, Animated, along with a special Student Choice Award to be selected by the students in the Writing, Film & Media Arts program at Walnut Hill School for the Arts, who will also be involved in the planning and production of the festival.

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