9 student-made films go to National Film Festival

By Ester Khachatryan

Nine student-made films will be featured at the National Film Festival for Talented Youth from April 24 to 26 in Seattle, Video Art teacher Cheri Gaulke said.

The festival will feature 100 student-made films, workshops, filmmaking panels and interaction with professional filmmakers.

The following films will be showcased by the festival:

 â€œThe Amazing Adventures of Sarah Waters” by Danielle Strassman ’11

 â€œCare” by Romina D’Allesandro ’10

 â€œConflict in the Middle Table” by Michael Diamant ’09 and Michael Stampler ’09

 â€œThe Good, the Bag and the Ugly” by Xochi Maberry-Gaulke ’12

“It Only Takes One” by Gabriel Benjamin ’11 and Nick Liberman ’11

“It’s A Wonderful Climate” by Evan Ryan‘09

 â€œThe Night in Question” by Zelda Wengrod ’13

“Transatlantique” by Lucas Foster ’13

 â€œUntouchable” by Justine Levine ’09 and Jack Heston ’09