Mon-Fri, April 25-29 @ 10:00am
For over two decades, the PAFF Studentfest provides a free showcase of films tailored to students.
Each year 10,000 students and their teachers from the Los Angeles Unified School District and other districts in Los Angeles County attend this free program showcasing films dealing with issues important to youth such as teen pregnancy, AIDS, prevention, literacy, cultural and racial respect, teen self-esteem and gang prevention. Before and after the screenings, speakers working in areas related to the subject matter of the films conduct positive and interactive discussions with the students.
Attendance by reservation only.
Selected screenings for students
CHAT-A COVID 19 Story
For Love and Legacy
Generation Impact: The Coder
Ollie and the Scary Story
Roadblock and Play
The Park Bench
Thoughts are Things
Coordinators: Sherrese Moise & Denise Pendleton