Miss A-Town Teen Film Festival? Watch it here ...

ACMi's A-Town Teen Film Festival, a homegrown festival for teen videographers since 2014, has broadcast your films for 2021.

If you missed the Thursday, May 20, ACMi screening, you can watch them in the window above.

2018 A-Teen Video contestThis event will stream on ACMi's Education Channel (RCN 613, Verizon 24, Comcast 9), at acmi.tv/edulive and on YouTube. Tune in, sit back, grab some snacks and enjoy the show as we feature a plethora of films produced by talented, young filmmakers from Arlington and surrounding communities.This is event is free and available for public viewing.

This news announcement was published Monday, Jan. 18, 2021, and updated May 19.

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