Ward Melville Students’ Films Grace the Big Screen

Ward Melville Students’ Films Grace the Big Screen photo
As a result of their creativity and talent, four current Ward Melville High School students and one Class of 2018 graduate recently had their original films chosen for the All-American High School Film Festival. The students will compete against other official film selections for scholarships and prizes.

The 2018 festival takes place the weekend of Oct. 5-7 in New York City, beginning with the Opening Night Party and concluding with the Teen Indie Awards Show, where they will hand out over $400,000 in prizes and scholarships. These films will all be screened at the AMC theater in New York City’s Times Square.

The district congratulates the following students:

“Wanderlust” – experimental film by Ashley Resnick (graduate)
“Her Pale of Water” – drama by Ryan Manuud 
“Envisage” – experimental film by Jamie Nagle 
“Behind the Camera” – documentary by Max Friedman 
“What’s There To Do” – experimental film by Srdjan Bozin