Once again, we had the most submissions we've ever had for the Arizona Student Film Festival!
Students from all over Arizona entered the 2018 AZSFF and we're proud to announce our finalists!
These students receive 2 Filmmaker Passes to the Phoenix Film Festival and will have their films shown on the big screen at the Harkins Scottsdale 101 during the Festival. Plus, one of these talented filmmakers will take home the Grand Prize -- a $1,000 scholarship in memory of Phoenix Film Festival volunteer Michael Geffen!
The AZSFF Screening will take place on Saturday, April 14 at 9AM at the Harkins Scottsdale 101 as a part of the Phoenix Film Festival. Following the screening, the awards will be announced in the theatre. Tickets will go fast for this event so please purchase early as seats are limited.
2018 Arizona Student Film Festival Selections
Jurassic School by Quentan Delarosa from Wigwam Creek Middle School
On Shaky Ground by Titus Ruemler (Homeschooled)
The Gap by Jacqueline Garcia from Metro Tech High School
Mute by Jacob Staudenmaier from Arcadia High School
Just Drum Major Things by Jake Baily from Williams Field High School
Glass Blowing by Audrey Luster from Williams Field High School
LESLIE by Daniel Considine from Benson High School
The Gift That Keeps On Giving: Dance Documentary by Taylor Corbit from Walden Grove High School
her by Helena Haber from Arizona School for the Arts
Lightsaber Duel Experiment by Peyton Peterson from Perry High School
Meet the Missionaries by Angela Houston from Boulder Creek High School
Forgiven by Nate Brown from Walden Grove High School
nanay ko by Elie Carlos from Xavier College Preparatory
Life in Motion by Joriel Cura from Williams Field High School
10:31 a.m. by Rachel Chung from Xavier College Prep
Oasis by Jacob Staudenmaier from Arcadia High School
Beatboxing: The Gum that Holds the Song Together by Derek Rinsema from Arizona School for the Arts