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.

2014 Festival

Congratulations to all the filmmakers who screened this year. We had a very successful night and all of you deserve thanks and praise! Here are the films the judges awarded with special honors:

  • Best International Animation: Wanda
  • Best U.S. Animation: What Are You?
  • Best Music Video: Milk.
  • Best International Documentary: Comé Al Solito
  • Best U.S. Documentary: Materialistic
  • Best International Narrative: Momentum
  • Best U.S. Narrative: Girly
  • Best of the Fest: Momentum

2014 Selections

Animation - U.S.: What Are You (Kira Bursky), Regione Caecorum (Drew Goldsmith)

Animation - International: Wanda (Carolyn Duchene; Australia), A Purrfect Pair (Gwyneth Christoffel; Canada)

Documentary - U.S.: Materialistic (Tyler Mitchell), While We're Asleep (Summer Matthews)

Documentary - International: Come al Solito (Rodolfo Lissia; Italy)

Narrative - U.S.: Clarence (Adam McArthur), Black Rock Creek (Malone Lumarda), Girly (Kira Bursky), Slender (Rod
Myers), Iceberg (Rachel Lin), Ears Open (Harrison Lyle, Benjamin Yarmowich), Goodbye (Connor McCarthy)

Narrative - International: Momentum (Alexander Bergmann; Germany) and Gifts (Morgana McKenzie; Canada)

Music Video - U.S.: Hallelujah (Anna Vosbigian), Milk. (Victoria Taylor)

Music Video - International: City So Fine (Danny Higgins, Justin McWilliams, Michael Stevantoni; Canada)

For More Information

David Silverman
(404)262-3032, ext.1372
The Lovett School High School Film Fest

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