The Fast Forward Film Festival will host film screenings from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on April 13 at The Little Theatre, 240 East Ave., Rochester.
The festival will include a gala, film screenings and awards from 6:30 to 10 p.m. on April 14 at George Eastman Museum, 900 East Ave., Rochester.
The youth category includes three films: “Be the Change” by Jennifer O’Shea and Cookie Productions with Dominic Agosto, Leo Bailey, Kaden Deming, Maia Kolberg, Noah Rose, Harry Tamura and Cookie; “Behind the Picture” by Tylor Ngourn; and “The Change” by Caleb Holfoth and Seth Denzak.
The adult category features 16 entries: “The Arboretum Up the Street” by Michael Tomb; “Chimera” by Ben Mills and Danielle Moore; “Dog Days” by Taryn Ward; “Ego to Eco” by Allison Baird, Mary Doyle, Jordan Weller and Alexis Thomas; “A Fortune” by Tim Stringer; “A Generation Rising” by Brenna Sherman and Liam Peterson; “Ghosts of Seneca Lake” by Austin Quinlan “Glint” by April Lau and Marc Laroussini; “Golden Days” by Michelle Bao; “Keep Frozen” by Ray Ray Mitrano; “The Last Man on Earth” by Rhonda Parker; “A Light Conversation” by Josh Dubock and Marissa Steinheimer; “Rise” by Shana Dixon; “Run” by Cynthia Chu; “Static” by Emily Haldeman; and “Superhouse” by Sean P. Donnelly, Brian Steblen and Kate Kressmann-Kehoe.
Tickets for film screenings at The Little Theatre cost $8 for adults, $6 for students, seniors and Little Theatre members. The gala costs $30 for adults, $25 for students and seniors.
Visit fastforwardroc.org for information.