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.
The Lovett School High School Film Fest was held on Monday, March 28. This was Lovett's 10th festival (founded in 2009), and our 650-person audience absolutely loved this year's films!
Nearly 600 submissions were received from 54 different countries -- teen filmmakers (13-29) from all over the world. The Lovett MPP III: Advanced Moviemaking class served as a screening committee and helped choose the 10 Official Selections. 

2022 Lovett School High School Film Fest Award Winners
  • Audience Award: "A Pair Of" by Su-jeon Yeon, Han-na Park, Chea-lin Hwang, Shin-young Lee

  • Best Documentary (Int'l): "3 Epistolary Films" by the 10th-grade students of Guerche-de-Bretagne

  • Best Animation (US): "Grizz" Cameron Staley and Shivnil Lal

  • Best Documentary (US): "Home" by Sarah DeWitt

  • Best Music Video (Int'l): "2009" by Patryk Krzysztof Koniecnziak

  • Best Narrative (Int'l): "My Grandma Is A Vegetarian" by Jasmine Ko

  • Best Naritive (US): "Zero Hour" by Sevy Robert Smith

  • Best Music Video (US): "Slow Dancing In The Dark" by Amanda Katz

  • Festival Director's Award: "The Hole" by Piotr Kaźmierczak


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