VIA LUX FILM FEST 2019
PRESENTED BY BIG PICTURE ALLIANCE
Spotlighting Philly’s Young Filmmakers
Friday, October 4, 2018
Philadelphia Film Center | Main Stage
Reception at 5:30 PM and Screening from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
General Admission: This event is FREE, but tickets are required. To make a donation to Big Picture Alliance CLICK HERE
The Via Lux (“street light”) Film Fest premieres short films representing the work of hundreds of young filmmakers ages 10-21 from Big Picture Alliance’s school, workforce, and summer film programs across Philadelphia. The event was created by and for young filmmakers, hosted by BPA’s Via Lux Teen Media Collective.
Premiering new films from:
- Via Lux Teen Media Collective
- Delphi Summer Teen Media Program
- Salvation Army Philadelphia
- OIC Workforce Academy
- YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School
- Harambee Institute of Science & Technology Charter School
IN A NEW LIGHT
THEO WYSS-FLAMM | 2019 | 5 MIN
During a house party Jeremy discovers a new frightening side of his older brother Nate which throws their relationship into a whirlwind of emotion and confusion.
DEAR LIFE: ACCORDING TO ME
JASMIN CARTER | 2019 | 5 MIN
A day in the life of a quirky girl who is forced to grow up fast due to society’s expectations.
Hosted by the Via Lux Teen Media Collective and the Philadelphia Film Society
Big Picture Alliance uses filmmaking to engage, educate and empower youth through school, summer and workforce programs across Philadelphia.
BPA programs are made possible by: Philadelphia Cultural Fund, Seybert Foundation, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Douty Foundation, Allen Hilles Fund, Dolfinger-Mcmahon Foundation, Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial, Bartol Foundation, Philadelphia Foundation, Delphi Project Foundation, and Comcast NBC/Universal.
For more information on the Big Picture Alliance, visit Bigpicturealliance.org
To Donate to the Big Picture Alliance CLICK HERE
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- Artists & performances subject to change
- This is event is FREE, but tickets are required
- Seating is first-come, first-served and reservations do not guarantee admission