We are a magnet school located on campus at Harlandale High School. We teach the basics of filmmaking and animation to area high school students.
Operating as usual
ROTC Capt. Llanes retires from Harlandale High School
The Chilipepper Boys Webcast short film
Day two on “The Last Donut” intro film
The intro from 6th period begin their final project of the year . Shot one is a full rehearsal, the second shot is shoot day one.
Advanced Crew Class of 2019
Tonight is the night! The 5th Annual Harlandale Film Festival at Mission Marquee Plaza. FREE, from 7:30-9:30. Bring a blanket, or lawn chair, and come support tomorrow's filmmakers as they showcase films produced this school year.
Thanks to KSAT for coming out to cover our film program and the Harlandale Film Festival. That’s tonight at Mission Marquee Plaze! See you there.
Fidget Spinner PSA-Friends Don't Let Friends Spin. #themoreyouknow
It's that time of year again, it's time for the 5th Annual Harlandale Film Festival, at Mission Marquee Plaza. Students from the Film School will be showcasing their films from the 2017-2018 school year, as well as some classics from the last 5 years. This year's festival is an official Tricentennial event, so bring your blankets and lawn chairs for a great night of original short films!
Students shooting a scene that calls for a girl to fly away with balloons. That calls for a green screen!
Harlandale is the House! Our students took home 2nd place and 3rd place in the PSA and short film category. Their films took on the topic of Teen Trafficking. Congrats Fatima and David.
Film student Fatima Aguillon was recognized by City Council tonight for her International win in the, “Our City, Our World Heritage” film competition. Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilwoman Rebecca Viagran presented her the certificates. #hisd
Thanks to the San Antonio Current for covering our student's big accomplishment!
sacurrent.com San Antonio is on the up, y'all. After the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) named the 210 as a Creative City of Gastronomy...
Congrats to our film student, Fatima Aguillon on her big win! She brought home the first International Award for Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale! Congrats Fatima! Harlandale High School is orud of you.
OUTSTANDING San Antonio film news coming from the OVPM OWHC OCPM's World Congress in the Republic of Korea last night (yesterday morning in Korea). Fatima Aguillon, a 17-year-old Harlandale ISD senior and a student at the Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale, is the worldwide winner of the organization's International Video Production Competition!
Fatima took the top spot in the 14-17 age group, competing against 15 entries from 13 other countries including Spain, Mexico, Turkey, Indonesia and Ecuador.
The contest asked young filmmakers living in UNESCO World Heritage destinations to create short films that showcase their cities and World Heritage sites. Her three-minute film was shown during the announcement at World Congress yesterday and she will receive a $1,000 cash prize from the OWHC.
The journey to Aguillon’s international achievement began in San Antonio, with the Film Commission and City of San Antonio World Heritage Office partnering to present a local “My City, Our World Heritage” contest as required by the international contest and to further develop San Antonio’s film culture as addressed in the City of San Antonio’s Film Strategic Plan. We conducted a Call for Entries, collected eligible submissions, coordinated an evaluation panel, and worked with Mission Marquee Plaza to develop an awards ceremony and screening. Fatima won the local competition in her age group and received a cash prize of $1,000 and we entered her film into the OWHC’s worldwide contest to be judged by an international panel.
This incredible achievement is not only a testament of Fatima's talent in filmmaking, but also to the strength of our film industry as a whole. We look forward to continuing to work with schools like Harlandale to help develop San Antonio's film culture and talent.
In the meantime, take three minutes to watch the award-winning film and CONGRATULATIONS FATIMA!
We’re at the 24th Annual Austin Film Festival for the next couple of days. Soaking in film and screenwriting advice from industry professionals.
Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale's cover photo
Congrats to Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale student Fatima Aguillon on her big win!
Congratulations to the "My City, Our World Heritage" Student Film Contest winners! Fatima Aguillon, of Harlandale High School, took first place in the 14 - 17 age group category, and Xavier Garza, graduate of John Marshall and current a Northwest Vista College student, won in the 18 - 21 age group. Not only did they win the local $1,000 prize, but they have also been entered into the International "My City, Our World Heritage" contest run by the Organization of World Heritage Cities.
We can't wait to see what the future holds for these talented young filmmakers!
Cc: City of San Antonio World Heritage Office Mission Marquee Plaza
The Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale is now an official partner of San Antonio's 2018 Tricentennial. The Harlandale Film Festival will be our official event. Woo!
Thanks to all that made it out to the Film Festival last night. It was a great success. Congrats to all filmmakers that got to see their films on the big screen, including the prize winners:
Audience Award: Samuel Herrera for "Reunion"
Best Short: Samuel Herrera for Reunion
2nd Place Short: Salvador Perez for "Detention"
3rd Place Short: Dana Perez for
Every film was great, thanks again for all the work you put into each and every film. Till next year!
The 4th Annual Harlandale Film Festival is right around the corner! This year we are partnering with the City of San Antonio World Heritage Office , and Slab Cinema to have the festival at Mission Marquee Plaza. The event is slated for May 19th, from 7-9:30, and it's free for all. We will be selling concessions, and our sponsor MacTLC will be giving an new iPad to the night's best film. So bring a chair, or blanket, and join us for a night of Harlandale ISD produced films.
Casting call! We are casting for one of our upcoming films. We need a hispanic woman between 30-40yrs old. This role is a one day shoot. Experience preferred. Follow the link for more info.
shortfilmtexas.com Production Title: Reunion Independent/Student/Studio: Student Production Type: Short Film Production Format: HD Production Location: San Antonio Production Start Date: 04/15/2017 Production Wrap Date: 04/15/2017 Production Schedule: 5 hours Producer(s): Samuel Lerma Writer(s): Samuel Herrera Directo...
Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale's cover photo
Congrats on all the student's accomplishments this year. Sarah Vasquez was accepted to screen her film "Heroes" at the Austin Film Festival, Sam Herrera's film took 3rd place at the Can't Beat Love San Antonio Youth Film Contest for his film "Personal Glitch," and Drew Garces took home the Best Director Award at CineFestival 2017 youth screening. Congrats to all the cast and crew!
Check it out! "Be A Hero, not a Bully." An anti-bullying PSA produced by the students at Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale.
Submission for KSAT's Anti-Bullying PSA Contest. Directed by Sarah Vasquez Written by Sarah Vasquez Cinematography by Drew Garces, Luis Mejia Edited by Luis ...
Join the Film School as we hold our first ever Lip Sync Battle, November 16th, 2016! Students will battle it out to their favorite music from the past and present. Can't sing? Doesn't matter, this is a lip sync battle! Come check it the fun, out and help support our film school. See you there! (Promo produced by the Film School)
The inaugural HHS Lip Sync Battle will commence on: November the 16th, 5:30pm-7pm. HHS Auditorium 114 Gerald St, SATX, 78214. Auditions are Nov, 2nd, from 4:...
Thanks to everyone that made it out the the Harlandale Film Festival! You were a great crowd, and the students appreciate your love and support. Now off to banquet, then graduation!
Why is this cop chasing a taco? Find out tonight at the 3rd Annual Harlandale Film Festival. 7pm at the Santikos Mayan Palace. Just 5 bucks!
Here's a sneak peak of the 3rd Annual Harlandale Film Festival. Thursday, May 26th, 7-8:30pm! Come out and enjoy films produced by students at the Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale. $3 for students, $5 for adults. All proceeds go back into the program. Thanks to Santikos Entertainment, and MacTLC for your continued support. Promo edited by Dana Perez. #HISD
The 3rd Annual Harlandale Film Festival May 26th, 2016 7pm-830p, at the Mayan Palace. 1918 SW Military Dr, San Antonio, TX 78221 Promo edited by Dana Perez M...
It's that time of year again! The 3rd Annual Harlandale Film Festival will be on Thursday, May 26th, at the Santikos Mayan Palace 14! Come enjoy a night of student films, and show your support for our program. The film festival is run by students and is a fundraiser for the program. Thanks to Santikos and MacTLC for being sponsors.
Hey everyone, please vote for our students PSA! It is now online at KSAT.com, and is part of a contest called "KSAT Community Stop Bullying PSA Contest." Winners will have their PSA shown on KSAT and be awarded $1500, but you must vote! Follow the link.
This one was directed by Sarah Vasquez.
The Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale High School
Short Film: 'Heroes'
Production Title: Heroes
Production Location: San Antonio
Production Type: Student Short Film (Non-Paid)
Mid April, One day Shoot.
Female 30's-To play mother
A widow. Struggles to cope with the loss of her husband and the angst of her teenage daughter. Acting experience preferred.
Producer: Sam Lerma
Director: Sarah Vasquez
Synopsis: A year after the death of her father, a teenage girl must come to terms with loss and moving on.
For more information please email [email protected]
Check out this short PSA our advanced students produced. I asked them to make it one scene that speaks volumes, and hits hard. They did a great job. Directed by Eryk Carerra, Written by Dana Perez and Noah Ruiz.
A PSA produced for the 2016 Can't Beat Love San Antonio Youth Contest. This PSA won 2nd Place in the Short Film Category. Directed by Eryk Carrera Cinematogr...
Congrats to my student Drew Garces. He took home Best Director at @cinefestival's Youth Program tonight! Well deserved Drew. #hisd
The Film School has three short films screening at @cinefestival tonight! Other programs screening: SaySi, NESA, Marshall, Brackenridge, and St Mary's Hall. 6pm at the Guadalupe Theater. #FilmSA
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