2018 Film Festival at WBHS

Christina Stevenson

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LIGHTS,CAMERA,WATCH! Come see “ This Is Not Offensive” and “Alvie” and more at Film Festival this Friday February 2 at 7:00pm in room 511 at West Bloomfield High School. 5$ for admission.

“The process is honestly one of my favorite of the year its filming on location, knowing exactly how the final product will look in your head,” said junior Drew Haddad, the creator of  “Alvie.” If you like watching funny comedy skits, come to film fest and have a great time, and bring your friends because Film Fest only comes around once a year. If you’re interested in joining stay, tuned for more information on next year’s Film Fest. It’s a great way to meet new friends, get better with your editing and filming skills, and watch your masterpiece come together.

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