Locust Valley High School Presents

Monday Night at the Movies

March 19th, 7:00 p.m.

The entire community is invited to a screening of movies created by Locust Valley High School students for the LVHS Annual Film Festival. The festival will be attended by students from 15 schools across Long Island and includes film entries in several categories including animations, commercials, documentaries, public service announcements, short films, movie trailers and music videos.

Once again, Sandy Kenyon, the ABC News Film Critic will be the judge of this prestigious film festival. Mr. Kenyon said the following after attending his first Locust valley film festival: "There is no finer program anywhere for any young person interested in making films. The student films from Locust Valley High School are among the best on the East Coast, and the quality of instruction available there is clearly superior to any other school in the area."

Don't miss your chance to see these amazing films, just days before Sandy Kenyon will be back to judge this year's film festival.

The Locust Valley films will be screened for the community on Monday, March 19th at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium.