East Penn Press

Friday, January 19, 2018
The Emmaus Arts Commission hosted its annual film festival for students in October. Students received their entry information Oct. 10 and presented finished films in a screening Oct. 29 at Emmaus Theatre. ABOVE: Contestants gather for a photo at the screening. Area middle and high school students are encouraged to enter the festival. According to organizers, this year’s festival featured 29 films. The Emmaus Arts Commission hosted its annual film festival for students in October. Students received their entry information Oct. 10 and presented finished films in a screening Oct. 29 at Emmaus Theatre. ABOVE: Contestants gather for a photo at the screening. Area middle and high school students are encouraged to enter the festival. According to organizers, this year’s festival featured 29 films.
Lower Macungie Middle School students Jackson Mark, Carter Henninger, Maeve Yanes, Taylor Henninger, Ryan Merlo, Danny Merk and Brian Merk are recognized for their first place win in the middle school division for the film “Watch Your Step: A Gangster Movie.” Lower Macungie Middle School students Jackson Mark, Carter Henninger, Maeve Yanes, Taylor Henninger, Ryan Merlo, Danny Merk and Brian Merk are recognized for their first place win in the middle school division for the film “Watch Your Step: A Gangster Movie.”
PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRANDHailey Wills, Sara Bonaventura, Gwen Simons and Raegan Torrence, students at Eyer Middle School, earn second place for the film titled “Death by Video.” PRESS PHOTOS BY C. RICHARD CHARTRANDHailey Wills, Sara Bonaventura, Gwen Simons and Raegan Torrence, students at Eyer Middle School, earn second place for the film titled “Death by Video.”

EMMAUS ARTS COMMISSION

Thursday, November 9, 2017 by The Press in School

Students make movies that go bump in the night in annual film festival