2018 Rochester Teen Film Festival

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2018 Rochester Teen Film Festival

Special Screening
Special One-Time Screening

Duration: 

90m

Rating: 

Not Rated

About the Film:

2018 Awards:

THE BAG – by Nick Baum
Philip Seymour Hoffman Best of the Festival Award

INGRESS – by Kolten Exton
The Alex Ketchek Award for Best Animated Film

FEET – by Jacob French
Best Director

HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU – by Ashley Kramer
Best Memoir

WHEN YOUR CRAZY PARENTS SEE YOUR MESSY ROOM – by Biangel Rivera
Most Provocative Film

DESOLATION – by Jack Mooney & Jake Petrone
Best Screenplay

ADAM – by Alyce Rogers
Best Editing

LONG WAY HOME – by Pyar Mo
Best Documentary

ENRAGED – by Jake Jasie
Best Social Commentary

CITY SONG – by Ruth Wagner
Best Cinematography

The purpose of the festival is to honor the work of urban, suburban and rural teen filmmakers and give young people an authentic opportunity to participate in a real film festival. All submissions are judged by a jury and finalists have been elected to have their films shown at the Little Theatre.

This year, young filmmakers will again have a chance to earn the Philip Seymour Hoffman Award, which honors the life and legacy of the late Academy Award-winning actor and Fairport, N.Y. native. The annual award is given to the teen whose film is chosen by the judges as “Best of Fest” and was established in association with the Hoffman family.

Additional awards: The Alex Ketchek Award for best animated film, best director, best memoir, most provocative film, best screenplay, best editing, best documentary, best social commentary, and best cinematography.

Past Finalists
2017 Festival Video Playlist

2016 Festival Video Playlist

2015 Festival Video Playlist

2014 Festival Video Playlist

2013 Festival Video Playlist

2012 Festival Video Playlist

2011 Festival Video Playlist

Supported provided by: M&T

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