Lights! Camera! Action!
Congratulations to our 2023 Tiny Film Fest winners and thank you to everyone who submitted a film! They were creative, smart, sometimes scary, and always fun. Here were the top three winners of each category.
12 and Under
1st Place: “Kamryn the Therapist” by Charlotte Kieley
Teens 13 -17
1st Place: “In the End” by Rhedyn Simmonds
1st Place: “The Light” by Peter Fernandez
You can watch each of their films below.
Entries are closed for 2023 and will reopen in January of 2024.
Do you love movies and wonder what it would be like to see one of your own on the big screen? Now’s your chance! The Nashua Public Library is accepting submissions for its first film competition – but only for movies under one minute.
You’ll have the chance to have your film screened at the library and win prizes at our awards ceremony. All you need to do is film (or animate) and edit your movie, then upload it to this form before March 1.
TINY FILM FESTIVAL GUIDELINES
• Films must be submitted by March 1.
• Films must be 60 seconds or less.
• Films can be any type of genre.
• All films must be suitable for all ages.
JUDGING AND PRIZES
• Films will be judged by NPL staff in three age groups: Grades 5 and under, Grades 6 to 12, and Adults.
• Prizes will be awarded in each age group for Highest Honors, Second Place, and Honorable Mention.
• Winners will be announced at our awards ceremony on Saturday, March 11, on our website, and our social media.
• All submissions may be shown publicly at the Library.
Prizes are sponsored by the Friends of the Nashua Public Library.