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YES Philly Film Fest 2015


Youth Empowerment Services is where youth who’ve dropped out of school can discover talents & dreams while developing academic & job skills. This short film festival is produced by young people participating in the media program.




Fridays at 4pm in August



Program includes:


Little White Lies

4:00 min: a narrative film about a relationship that 

reminds us that things aren’t always what they seem

by Yasmine Brown, Imani Konce, Mikeida Lamb,  Brejae Scott & Reggie Barnes



Islam in Prison

6:19 min: a documentary about a student’s account of 

her walk with Islam

by Vermani Smith, Gary Macklin, Thomas Brown, Malcom Wright, Corey Rice



Bad News

  4 min: a narrative film about the future of the news

by Dejah Greene, Sam Horchos, Reggie Barnes, Jess McTaggart, , Jasmine Terry, Quincy hill, KYHIEM G., Dominique Easley & Brianna Hill


Motherless Child

5 min: a documentary about a student’s work to overcame her childhood (Viewer discretion advised)

by Taisha Lebron & Christina Parker-Robbins


Future of YESPhilly 

3 min: this documentary seeks to understand the future of YESPhilly

by Tianiqua, Christina, Andre, Khalil  


Police Brutality

4 min: a narrative film about how police will interact with 

community members in the future

by Kim, Taylor & Arianna



7 min: a student shares the tragic tale of the murder of her sister in this documentary (Viewer discretion advised)

by Rebecca Santiago, Andre Williams & Amanda Rodriguez


The Future of Healthcare

4:50 min: students explore how the healthcare system can one day be changed

by Nafic & YES Philly



4 min: a student pays the consequences for selling drugs in school

by Destiny McQueen, Erik Arentzen & Max-Aeron Loney