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Boone Film Festival - Ross Auditorium, Watauga High School

Speaking For Trees | by Hannah Furgiuele | Youth | Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

The Forest Service is writing a plan that will last 30 years. It will decide how much of the forest is protected and how much is cut down. This forest plan matters most to kids. Kids are inheriting this forest and this plan, and they want to make sure that Pisgah Forest is protected. This film brings the voices of kids to the forefront of this discussion with hopes that they will be heard –that their passion for the forest and their wishes for its protection are heard.

A Day In The Life Of A Pig | by Hannah Collins | Youth| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

Hannah is a thirteen year old girl that started animating a year ago. She has made two animations so far and has three more on her list. Loving math, art, and (of course) animating, she is wondering if she would like to work at Pixar when she grows up. She worked really hard on this animation and hopes you really enjoy it.

Wanderer | by Grandin Theatre Film Lab | Youth| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

A homeless youth struggles to reconnect with the gift he’s been given.

Doofuses | by Elec McCready | Youth| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

Brothers Phil and Rich try to throw their wheelchair-using friend Jacoby the best birthday party ever while dealing with the crushing weight of grief.

Due Process | by Gabe Braden | Youth| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

A social worker deals with the most difficult case of her career while trying to maintain a livable home life.

Life Line: All About Dorcas Hodges | Produced by Bethel 8th graders as part of the Stories: YES grant project | Youth| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

Biography about Bethel Elementary’s Custodian, produced by 8th graders as part of the Stories: YES grant project.

Keep It Real: The Christmas Tree Community In Bethel | Produced by Bethel 8th graders as part of the Stories: YES grant project | Youth| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

Story about owning and operating a Christmas Tree farm in Bethel North Carolina. Made by 8th graders as part of the Stories: YES grant project.

Farming In Bethel | Produced by Bethel 8th graders as part of the Stories: YES grant project | Youth| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

Story of two Bethel farmers. Produced by 8th graders as part of the Stories: YES grant project

Stone Mountain Store: Center Of The Bethel Community | Produced by Bethel 8th graders as part of the Stories: YES grant project| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

Story about the local convenient store in Bethel, North Carolina. Produced by 8th graders as part of the Stories: YES grant project.

Just A Song | by Diana Scott | Youth| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

Three orphaned East Coast kids, Emma, Gabe, and Hannah, adjust to life in their new home on the West Coast. Drama.

Light The Way | by Max W. Midgett | Youth| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

Light the Way (2017) is a short film about a man looking back on his life, and coming to terms with what he did and did not accomplish during that time. Although that is the general overarching theme of the story, it is intended to be open for interpretation and applied to one’s own life, no matter what their age.

The Water Bottle Flipping Championship | by Colton Courtney | Appalachian Adventure| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

Fwhip, swoosh, baduhm, *loud cheering*

Midnight | by Amiya Harris | Youth| Thursday (11/1) 6:00pm Watauga High School

A short drama film about a family’s daughter being kidnapped by a racist man.

Earlier Event: November 1
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Later Event: November 1
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