Lovett School High School Film Fest
The Lovett School High School Film Fest was created to encourage and inspire young filmmakers from around the world by providing them both a venue to publicly screen their short films and a place to connect with one another. The Lovett School High School Film Fest is held annually at The Lovett School in Atlanta, Georgia. Films are screened in the beautiful Hendrix-Chenault Theater, with a seating capacity of 650. The event is FREE to all! Festival passes are available at the door or through the Fine Arts office.
The 5th Annual Lovett High School Film Fest, featuring films crafted by teen filmmakers from the U.S, Canada, Slovakia, South Korea, and Australia, was held on May 2, 2015. Two-hundred films qualified for the film festival and eighteen of those films (including three films submitted by Lovett students) were screened at the film fest.
The categories in which the films were judged included: U.S. Narrative, International Narrative, U.S. Documentary, International Documentary, U.S. Animation, International Animation, and Music Video. The film with the best overall score in any category was awarded Best of the Fest. The film fest featured a red carpet picture party and brilliant HD movie screenings in the Hendrix-Chenault Theater at Lovett.
2015 AWARD WINNERS
Best Music Video: “We All Go The Same” by Morgana McKenzie
Best International Animation: “The Last Leaf” by Gwyneth Christoffel
Best U.S. Animation: “Warm Rush” by Kira Bursky
Best International Documentary: “How Do You Pronounce Pho?” by Carol Nguyen
Best U.S. Documentary: “Sophia” by Lukas Dong
Best International Narrative: “A limine” by Paulina Scepkova
Best U.S. Narrative: “Elliot” by Riley Olson & Dylan Raiman
Best of the Fest: “Sophia” by Lukas Dong
Visit this page in the near future for the details about the 2016 Lovett School High School Film Festival.