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WestFlix 18 Official Selections

WestFlix is a showcase for the best teen films in all of California. The festival screening will take place Friday, March 16, 2018 at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood. On Saturday, March 17 we host The Day After at Harvard-Westlake, a day of workshops with industry professionals. The WestFlix screening and The Day After are free and open to the public. We encourage all high school film students and their teachers to attend. To reserve a ticket see Box Office. 

Congratulations to this year's selected films and filmmakers.

Āmrikā
directed by Nicole Bahar, 4:06, Harvard-Westlake, Studio City

Days of the Weak
directed by Adrian Delcan, 2:24, Orange County School of the Arts, Santa Ana

Gossamer
directed by Jeanette Fantone, 2:00, Carpinteria High School, Carpinteria

Honey, Baby, Doll
directed by Kate von Mende, 3:27, Harvard-Westlake, Studio City

Inauguration Day
directed by Isaiah Ferguson, 4:28, Providence High School, Burbank

In or Out
directed by Lex Torrington, 1:45, Harvard-Westlake, Studio City

Janitor: First Blood
directed by Braden Swope, 7:35, Orange County School of the Arts, Santa Ana

The Kill Jar
directed by Isabel Mansour, 5:54, Orange County School of the Arts, Santa Ana

Marmalade Melancholy
directed by Joji Baratelli, 4:09, Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences, Santa Monica

Missing Piece
directed by Grace Gallagher, 8:31, Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Los Angeles

None the Wiser
directed by Sam Kellman, 3:15, Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Los Angeles

One in Thirty: The Story of Henry Oster
directed by Sarah Antabli, Tiffany Chang, Stephanie Cho, Sara Lowin, Gracie Sandman, India Spencer, Juliet Wiener, 6:00, Righteous Conversations Project, Los Angeles

The Oregon Trail
directed by Grace Gallagher and Brian Niles, 8:36, Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Los Angeles

Phú directed by Troy Charbonnet and Omeed Farsoni, 6:34, Northwood High School, Irvine

The Pool
directed by Kelly Long, 7:32, SF Art & Film, San Francisco

Sa Vie en Rose
directed by Marlena Lerner, 3:54, Archer School for Girls, Los Angeles

Signal
directed by Wilder Short, 5:49, Harvard-Westlake, Studio City

Swell Chronicles: Prologue
directed by Phil Elleston, II, 7:07, Ruth Asawa School of the Arts, San Francisco

The Ways We Say Goodbye
directed by Erina McSweeney, 2:44, SF Art & Film, San Francisco

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