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.
 2019 AWARD WINNERS:
 
Best U.S. Music Video:
Scales by Kyle Farscht
 
Best Int'l Music Video:
Freedom of Breath by Yasin Farrokhi (Islamic Republic of Iran)
 
Best U.S. Animation:
Mister Manticore by Alex Casanas
 
Best Int'l Animation:
Hearth by Max Shoham (Canada)
 
Best U.S. Documentary:
My Black Is... by Miguel Valdez & Eunice Beato
 
Best Int'l Documentary:
Moonchild by Ajshe Gashi & Diellza Byllygbashi (Kosovo)
 
Best U.S. Narrative:
I Don't Know by Molly Smith
 
Best Int'l Narrative:
The Doctor by Morgane Guérin (France)
 
Best of the Fest:
I Don't Know by Molly Smith

Contact

David Silverman
Director
david.silverman@lovett.org
(404) 262-3032, ext. 1372

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2019 FilmFest Trailer

The Lovett School is an independent, coeducational day school where children from Kindergarten through Grade 12 find the courage to explore and the drive to discover.

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