Thursday, June 10, 2010

AFH Video Studio shows short film at Boston's ICA

The following is a short film written, shot and produced by the AFH Video studio. The film, created for Adobe Youth Voices, had its world premiere at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston on May 27, 2010. Now, the film has been released on YouTube for the rest of the world to enjoy!

Synopsis (Written by Video studio Assistant Mentor, Aneisha Malcolm):

The Artists For Humanity Video studio has created a short film giving a glance at the struggles teens face everyday. The movie depicts four young teens with different problems and juggling the pressures of being in the middle of childhood and adulthood. TJ (the main character) deals with being rejected for a job because he is young and inexperienced. While trying to come to terms with this disappointment, he takes his frustrations out on three other teens he sees goofing off in a train station. While they all have their own problems, the characters must learn to come together and find a common ground in a society that misunderstands them.

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