A six-hour documentary series following 15 high school seniors for the entire school year.
"During the 1999/2000 school year, six young filmmakers followed a diverse group of 15 teenagers through their last year in public school. It was a pivotal period for each of them, living on the fulcrum between teenage life and the adult world they face.
The students attended Fairfax High, the most diverse high school in Los Angeles, and each filmmaker spent the entire year with two to three kids, documenting their world. The students were also given cameras to make video diaries throughout the course of the year, creating a whole new level of intimacy and personal storytelling."
Documentary , 2002
Director: David Zeiger
Company: Displaced Films / PBS
Role: Supervising Editor