Paris Youth Film Showcase (ages 10-adult)
June 8 @ 19 h 30 min - 21 h 00 min
Join us for an evening of independent films created by local teens!
Hosted by The American Library in Paris, and actor and filmmaker Clarence Tokley, the Paris Youth Film Showcase will highlight films created in English by teens and tweens ages 10-18 years old living in France.
Films by local teens and tweens will be shown during a public screening the The American Library in Paris before a panel of judges on Saturday 8 June. Winners will be selected in four categories: editing, script-writing, audience favorite, and best overall short film. Audience members will be given a chance to cast their vote for a favorite film following the screening.
Submit your films by Saturday 1 June at 23h00 to participate in the Paris Youth Film Screening. Films created in the past year by children and teens ages 10-18 are eligible. All films must be in English, and may be no longer than 15 minutes. Films for the showcase will be selected by the creator and coach of The American Library in Paris’ Master Shot Film Club, Clarence Tokley, and members of the Library’s children’s and teens’ services staff. If selected, your film will be shown during a the showcase. Find out how to submit here.
About the Library’s Master Shot Film Club: Led by Paris based filmmaker Clarence Tokley, the Library’s Master Shot Film Club provides a space for teens to explore all aspects of filmmaking, including the development and production process, script-writing, camera work, directing, editing and much more, not to mention that you’ll get to know other young filmmakers in the community! Applications will be open in June for the 2019-2020 season!
This event is free and open to the public. No advance registration is required for this event.