We are proud to announce that TWO student films were selected for the prestigious, highly competitive SXSW Texas High School Shorts Program. Submissions are judged by a panel of independent filmmakers and industry figures. All high school finalist films will screen as part of the regular SXSW Film Festival. Congratulations to Gretchen Lynch & Cameron Fisher.
Congrats Gretchen Lynch! Evelyn Parker screened at the Women's Independent Film Festival in Los Angeles this weekend. The film racked up several awards in the Girls Make Movies category including: Best of Girls Make Movies, Best Directing, Best Screenplay, & Best Actor: Gracie Dobson.
Reality TV, by Travis Daves will screen at the Austin Film Festival. Cameron Fisher will participate in the annual Pitch Competition -- a rare opportunity to get feedback and coaching from industry professionals. 15 Advanced Film Production students attended the 21st Annual Austin Film Festival & Conference on scholarshop. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Writer/Director Gretchen Lynch and crew. Two films from this talented Senior production team will play in Fall film festivals. Evelyn Parker, shot at Eanes Elementary, screens in the Urban Media Makers Film Festival in Atlanta, and The Mask We Call A Smile, screens at the All American High School Film Festival in New York. Gretchen will travel to represent the film and participate in panels and screenings with industry professionals.
Congratulations Sarah Holland, Best PSA Award of the Year & Patrick Byrd for Best Directing!! The NO BULL Challenge is a global video contest that spreads awareness about anti-bullying. Winners flew to Los Angeles to attend the star-studded NO BULL Teen Video Awards show, an Oscar's meets Grammy's event.
In addition to SXSW... As We get Older screened at Nashville Film Festival, Kansas City Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, and International Film Festival of the Cinematic Arts. Congrats Silas Connolly & Gretchen Lynch!
Congratulations to Cameron Fisher, Travis Daves & Julian Guevara!
These filmmakers won tickets to the Austin Film Fest for this horror film that discourages prescription drug abuse.
Congratulations to Producers John Hanby & Erin Chancy, ILPC Broadcast IAA winners in General News for "Flexible Learning Environments."
Congrats UIL Film Fest Semi-Finalists!
Narrative: John Hanby's Beautiful
Documentary: Jack Gage's Imperfect
We are proud to announce that TWO student films were selected for the prestigious, highly competitive SXSW Texas High School Shorts Program. Submissions are judged by a panel of independent filmmakers and industry figures. All high school finalist films will screen as part of the regular SXSW Film Festival. Congratulations to these students and their work:
Directed by John Byron Hanby
Directed by Silas Connolly
Produced by Gretchen Lynch