Student Films Selected for the Calabasas Student Film Festival
A big congratulations to Julia Eisenreich, Kiyana Hensley, Alexa Loretic, Zoe Manwiller and Renee Hernandez for having their films selected to be in the Calabasas Student Film Festival this Sunday, September 17th! Julia, Kiyana, and Alexa's "Anti-Bullying PSA" and Zoe and Renee's narrative "No Face" were selected to be two of the 18 film selections out of over 130 entries and juried by The Los Angeles Film School!
If you would like to come out this Sunday, September 17th at 1 pm to support your friends, please find the details below that has a link to where you can purchase tickets. Thank you so much for your support!!!
Details for Sunday, September 17th
Venue: Founders Hall (behind Calabasas Library)
1pm: Student Film Showcase
2:30pm: Awards and Reception catered by Bristol Farms
If any friends or family would like to attend tickets can be purchased at the door or via the website ($10):
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