Short Film "Pleonexia" Created by CHS Student to be screened at Film Festival

February 2, 2018 - Short film, "Pleonexia," created by CHS junior Blane Agnew, has been picked as an official selection of The Nacogdoches Film Festival. There were many high school films submitted and his film was picked as one of the 8 short films and 1 feature film to be screened. They will announce the 1st place winner on Saturday, February 25th.

The short films will be screened twice on Saturday, February 25, 2017 between 10 am and 1 pm in the Cole Art Center and between 1 pm and 4pm at the Upstage Theatre of Stephen F. Austin State University.  

Several CHS film students will be attending the festival on that day to see guest speakers from the professional film industry and have a chance to participate in panel sessions. 

Special thanks to UIL Film Coach Adam Ramirez and UIL Coordinator Doug Moore.

Summary for Center HS Student Film

There was a Pandemic in 1918 that almost demolished the world’s population until they found a vaccine for it. The vaccine seemed to be the cure until 100 years later when the pandemic hit Americans again. The disease had mutated against the vaccine and was stronger than ever. Walker Hayes fights against the evil beings that it had created and believes his bravery will move others to join him in his rebellion. Little did he know that one would get the best of him.

To view Agnew's submission watch below or to view on youtube, click here.