Students will present nearly two hours of narrative and experimental short films, and 2D and 3D animation...
Posted on May 8, 2017 by Scot Allen
On Thursday, May 11, Mid-Pacific School of the Arts will present the Sixth Annual Reframe Film Festival at 6 p.m. in Bakken Auditorium.
"Students will present nearly two hours of their work, including narrative and experimental short films, and 2D and 3D animation," says Film Production Teacher Paul Faber. "The screening showcases countless hours of creative work and is vivid evidence of Mid-Pacific's cutting-edge arts program. The work encompasses arts disciplines such as scriptwriting, cinematography, acting, musical composition, editing, game design and animation. Our festival is one-of-a-kind in the Hawaiian Islands."
A dedicated team of parent volunteers will provide delicious pre-screening snacks and refreshments, while the audience mills about on a rather humble red carpet. "There will be an exciting awards ceremony following the screening," Faber says. "I can't wait to see you all there!"