Teen Filmmakers Take Spotlight at Tribeca Film Festival

by Peter D. Marshall

by Tara Kyle.

They may not be stars just yet, but a crew of teenage New Yorkers will see their names on the big screen Friday night, when the Tribeca Film Institute presents its annual screening of youth-made media.

“Our City, My Story,” will present 11 short films for an audience of students, family and friends at Clearview Cinemas Chelsea. The event showcases films by participants in some of TFI’s year-round education programs, as well as others selected from the open submissions process.

The show will kick off with “Cityscapes,” an atmospheric journey across all five boroughs created by TFI’s 20 film fellows, high school juniors and seniors who receive instruction, mentorship and access to panels and screenings.

Read the rest of this article from DNAinfo.

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