The next Spielberg or Scorsese could be at the All American High School Film Festival

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Watch and be entertained by the next generation of filmmakers as they show off their talent at the first-ever All American High School Film Festival.  The event, which will feature the work of students from around the world, takes place Friday, October 4th through Sunday, October 6th in New York City at various AMC theaters.  Award-winning filmmaker and television personality Andrew Jenks gave PIX11 anchor Sukanya Krishnan a sneak peek at some of the students’ work.  Jenks also shared his excitement for being a part of a project which provides a venue to showcase young talent.

For tickets and showtimes for The All American High School Film Festival, go to  And there are hosts of other events taking place from a college fair to a meet and greet with filmmakers. Check it out.


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