The 2018 Student Annual Film Exhibition
June 9, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
The Angelika Theater, Fairfax, VA will roll out the red carpet for the American History Film Project Exhibition. Students from all 50 states are invited to submit short films about their hometown history. Projects are archived on AHFP website and the best are seen at this annual national exhibition. The best of the past three years will be shown at the Angelika this weekend. The American History Film Project challenges children in grades K-12 to create a 3-10 minute film about their hometown history, a local event or person, and in doing so, U.S. History becomes alive for students and they exercise communication skills. In addition to the best out of state docu-dramas, comedies and commentaries by kids, several Fairfax and Alexandria student films will be shown to kick off the county’s 276th birthday. Early check-in at 2:30 for tickets at AHFP table at Cafe entrance. Seating limited. #Kidsfilmhistory
The event is free and open to the general public.
American History Film Project celebrates our children, our communities and our nation . . . Come and see student films submitted this year from across the USA!
There will be:
- Film screenings (3 pm – 5 pm) at the Angelika Film Center, Fairfax, VA
- A reception for students and friends
- Photo ops on the red carpet!
- Free parking is available in the parking garages of the Mosaic District