Tonight, Thurs. May 21, LGHS will be hosting the virtual Film Festival, featuring 15 movies made by LGHS students. After showcasing each film, staff members will announce this year’s festival winners.
This year’s festival will be available for viewers to watch and celebrate the top films made by students this year. The 41 filmmakers to be honored are representative of all grade levels, including sophomores Juliette Boivin and Carly Shultz, junior Soren Wilde, seniors Caroline Morse, Jack Murnin, and Hanna Rezvani, and even LGHS alumni Alice Bibaud and Mitch Ross.
“I had a lot of fun filming,” said senior contestant Elizabeth Duvall. “It was a beautiful morning I got to spend with my friends doing what we love.”
Among the 15 films shown will be “The Toddcast, Episode 5,” created by seniors Collin Colson and Sam Ross, which previously aired on KCAT TV 15, as well as the music video for the LGHS musical group Suburbamore’s new single, “Butterflies.”
While the Film Festival cannot take place in the school theater this year, the virtual platform will provide an opportunity to personally honor this year’s selected filmmakers, and give students, staff, and family the chance to appreciate their work. The show will be less than one hour, so be sure to check in at this link tonight at 7 to support LGHS filmmakers, and stay tuned to hear about the winners!
Life in Fear
Tears In Heaven
Free My Mind
In My Eyes
The Toddcast, Episode 5
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