The Fifth Annual Mabry Film Festival
The Fifth Annual Mabry Film Festival, April 25, 2006, 7:30pm, promises to be the best festival yet. This year's theme is "Power of Ideas: Stories from Our Studies." Twenty-five student-made, two-minute movies will be presented to our black-tie audience entering on the red carpet.
Awards will be given for Best Picture, Best Documentary, Best Teaching and Learning, Best Satire, Best Cinematography, Best Sound, and Best Independent Film (6th, 7th, and 8th grade awards in this last category). Additional special awards will be given to deserving students. These awards will include: an Apple iBook computer, and two 60 gigabyte video iPods.
Tickets for the festival are $3.00 and in limited supply. No tickets will be sold at the door as we expect this to be a sold out event. The festival begins at 7:30. Pre-parties begin at 6:30. We anticipate that the doors to the festival will open at 7:15 for general seating. This year, we are attempting to limit the festival to 90 minutes.
Please note that the movies pictured here are a random sampling of the movies. The fact that they appear on the website is not intended to suggest that they are nominated in any specific category.
Posted by Dr. Tyson