Reel Short Teen Film Festival

Enzian is proud to join forces with Winter Park Public Library in an effort towards art education and visual literacy. The Annual Reel Short Teen Film Festival encourages students grade 8-12 to enter their short films into competition individually or in group or class projects. This partnership replaces the library’s successful D.I.Y. Teen Film Festival.

 

Congratulations to the 2020
Reel Short Teen Film Festival Winners!

Best of Show: 100 Beautiful Things by Molly E. Smith, Director & Writer; Chloe Rankin, Producer (Montverde Academy)

Audience Choice Award: Area 52 by Cole Groth, Director; Sam Lee, Producer; Jennifer Laman, Writer (Winter Park High School)

JURY HONORS

Comedy: The Social by Cristian Chahin, Director, Writer; Leah Seton, Producer (Windermere High School)

Editing: Was Hoping You’d Come Home by Jada Matik, Director; Alondra Cubaque, Producer (Windermere High School)

Screenwriting: Bench by Naomi Berrio & Nia Garcia, Writers (Windermere High School)

Cinematography: Picture This by Ellie Schuchart, Producer, Director (Winter Park High School)

Creativity: The Art of Living by Sage Croft, Producer, Director (Windermere High School)

Directing: TIME by Molly Smith, Director (Montverde Academy)

Most Inspiring: In Their Element: Washington Talking Book and Braille Library by Ella Grace Rodriguez, Producer, Director (Winter Park High School)

  • In partnership with
  • Winter Park Public Library