Westflix 19 Official Selections

Westflix is a showcase for the best teen films in all of California. The 2019 festival screening takes place Friday, March 15, 2019 at ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood. On Saturday, March 16 we host a day of workshops with industry professionals at Harvard-Westlake School. Westflix screening and workshops are free and open to the public. You can reserve tickets at the Box Office tab. Please join us! 

Congratulations to the 2019 films and filmmakers.

Glass Mirrors, Lizzie Award for Acting
directed by Lucca Dohr, Harvard-Westlake, Studio City

Gray Areas, Humanitarian Award
directed by Jack Safir and Kat Swander, Harvard-Westlake, Studio City

Hold the Sun in Your Hands: The Erika Jacoby Story, Lizzie Award for Best Overall
directed by Talia Abel, Xenia Bernal, Ian Kim, Alejandro Moses, Hank Schoen, India Spencer, Eva Suissa, and Michael Zambrano, The Righteous Conversations Project, Los Angeles

Parking Lot, directed by Jack Nordstrom, Harvard-Westlake, Studio City

Private Xenon Tomla, directed by Jack Kendall and Greg Lee, Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica

NicoTeen, directed by Ethan J. Lee, Calabasas High School, Calabasas
(this film is not available for viewing)

Numb, directed by Daria Zand, Foothill High School, Tustin

Selene, Lizzie Award for Cinematography, Lizzie Award for Directing
directed by Jack Kendall and Greg Lee, Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica

Sincretismo, Inaugural Recipient of the Gaulke Award for Visual Storytelling
directed by Sophie Kim, Harvard-Westlake, Studio City

Stuffed, The Sally Menke Award for Editing
directed by Sam Kellman,  LACHSA (Los Angeles County High School for the Arts), Los Angeles

The Goldfish, The Founder's Award (selected by founder Liz Yale)
directed by Olivia Treynor, San Francisco Art & Film  for Teens, San Francisco

The In Between, Lizzie Award for  Writing, Lizzie Award for Sound/Music, Audience Award
directed by Cooper Roth, Mira Costa High School, Manhattan Beach

The Rat, Directors' Choice Award (selected by the student directors of the festival)
directed by Miranda Autumn Lewis, San Francisco Art & Film  for Teens, San Francisco

This House Has Eyes, Lizzie Award for Production Design and Originality
directed by Theo Taplitz, LACHSA (Los Angeles County High School for the Arts), Los Angeles

This is Not a PSA, directed by Delana M. Lewis,  LACHSA (Los Angeles County High School for the Arts), Los Angeles

XONR8, directed by Max Grossbard, Reed Martin, Campbell Moore, Ava Sofia Settoon, and Quincy Smith, Canyon Crest Academy, San Diego


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