BWS Film Festival Presents: Made in LA, a High School film festival sponsored by Brentwood School. The festival will consist of a reception, followed by notable speakers from the film industry, and ending with a roughly 90 minute screening of high school shorts created by Los Angeles high school students. There will be 2 prize winners from the selected films announced on the day of the festival!

BFF gives the opportunity for student filmmakers all throughout Los Angeles to display and share their work, as well as network with other future filmmakers. The films are chosen by a panel of students, teachers and current industry who watch every entry and select the finalists.

Brentwood School is an independent K-12 coed day school founded in 1972. It has two campuses located four blocks apart in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, United States.

Check out the film program's youtube channel here:

Tickets will be available on soon, please don't hesitate to contact us for any reason. The festival was created by 12th Graders from the Film Program: Jacque Rabie, Lorenzo Ortiz, Austin Jones, and Cameron Woodle. Overseen by Mr. Preskill, the film professor.

To be announced soon. Given to the top 2 out of the selected.

All films must be created by High School Students and filmed in Los Angeles within the last year. Students must also be present at the screening in order to collect prizes, the top two selected the day of will win.

Overall Rating
  • Katie Speare

    Great festival! The films were wonderful, and the festival was well-coordinated.

    February 2017