The next stop of the 2015 New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival Tour will be at O'neil Cinemas at Brickyard Square, 24 Calef Highway in Epping, NH at 6:30 p.m.
“We love hosting festivals that support local filmmakers,” says Jen Conley of O’neil Cinemas. “They’re a great way to bring the community together and to highlight young local talent.”
Launched in 2008 and presented by the New Hampshire Film & Television Office, the New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival has become one of the marquee film festivals in the state, fostering interest in filmmaking, encouraging media arts education in schools, and rewarding future members of the industry for their craft. This year, the Festival goes on the road, screening at theaters around the state. Tickets for the O'neil Cinemas screening are $7 at the door on on the O'neil Cinemas website at http://oneilcinemas.com/new-hampshire-high-school-short-film-festival.
Twenty-five student-produced short films were selected for the 2015 Festival and will be showcased to moviegoers and aspiring young filmmakers during the two hour event. For more information about the Festival, visit http://nhstudentfilm.com. Please note: Some of the films presented may contain subject matter that may not be suitable for younger audiences. Parental discretion is advised.