Youth Filmmaker Show (Volume One)
Language: English w/ some English subtitles
Youth Filmmaker | | Vol. One 85 Min
Recommended for ages 13+, for all ages (Parental Guidance: Vol. One 13+)
Youth Filmmaker Show
Two countries, one teen and her journey discovering that home does not need to be a place.
USA, 2019 / In English and Spanish (w/English subtitles) / Sharleny Gonzalez (age 15?) of Real to Reel Film School – Lynn, MA / 2 min / Documentary
Ceci N’est Toujours Pas Une Pipe (Ceci N’est Toujours Pas Une Pipe)
There is excitement in the museum as an artist gets ready to present his ultimate work… with a desire of vengeance…
Belgium, 2019 / In French (w/English subtitles) / Twelve kids ages 15-17 of Camera-Etc Film School – Liege, Belgium / 7 min / Animation
How to Make a Movie
The title says it all. Just ask Google!
USA, 2019 / no dialogue / Gabe Schmidt (age 17) of Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy – Cincinnati, OH / 5 min / Documentary-ish
I Forgive You
A young girl ruminates over the loss of a friend by suicide and comes to terms with her anguish and anger.
USA, 2019 / In English / Anna Hughes (age 17?) of Beacon Charter High School for the Arts – Woonsocket, RI / 4 min / Documentary
A gong is sounded and has multiple effects on different people.
Japan, 2019 / In English / Akito, Zeniti, Clara and Leticia (ages 15-17) of Gunma Kokusai Academy, Nippaku Gakuen and Colégio Pitágoras Brasil Ota – Gunma, Japan / 4 min / Experimental
Magical Dreamweavers are attacked by jealous humans In a mythical time of the past.
USA, 2019 / no dialogue / Brooke Boulet (age 17?) of Beacon Charter High School for the Arts – Woonsocket, RI / 2.5 min / Animation
A strange creature stalks a secluded home in the woods. Ominous acts just might occur…!
USA, 2019 / in English / Nathaniel Bento (age 17?) of Beacon Charter High School for the Arts – Woonsocket, RI / 6.5 min / Narrative short
Reel It In
A high school field trip where cell phones need to be collected before attending. How can a teen survive?!
USA, 2019 / in English / Casey Lockledge (age 14), Bea McDowell(age 13), Isaac Russell(age 16), Zack White (age 15) of Light House Studio – Charlottesville, VA / 7 min / Narrative short
A zombie musical erupts when going for a milk run.
USA, 2019 / in English / Nathaniel “Bertie” Sackson (16), Ana Burman (14), Chantrea Anderson (17), Emma Kaufman-Horner (14), Mallory Greene (15), Max Mongosso (17), Omara English (16), Sidney Musselman (15), Ian Phillips (17),Yutong Dai (12), Ouyang Xuanjie (14), Bryan Guzman (17), Sarah Apple (16) of Light House Studio – Charlottesville, VA / 7 min / Narrative short
Work in Progress
A teenager experiences the frustration and joy of the creative process while sketching her main source of inspiration, her cat.
USA, 2019 / in English / Brianna Giarusso (age 17?) of Beacon Charter High School for the Arts – Woonsocket, RI / 4 min / Narrative short
Hold My Hand
Hold My Hand is a character study about loneliness at sleepaway camp. The film has no dialogue and is made out of only visual moments. It is an honest character based movie about being homesick, a feeling that everyone possesses.
USA, 2019 / in English / Eli Berliner (age 15) of Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn, NY / 4.5 min / Narrative short
With the hope of winning a free, custom-made suit, a young man distributes tuxedo rental coupons to his peers, discovering newfound confidence.
USA, 2019 / in English / Andrew Gerstenblatt (age 17) of Barrington High School – Barrington,RI / 4.5 min / Narrative short