Springs School Students Place in the Guild Hall Student Movie Competition!


Springs School students have placed in the Guild Hall Student Movie Competition!

Several students will be attending the 15th Annual Guild Hall Student Film Festival Awards and Screening Ceremony this coming Thursday, March 29th to accept awards for the films they made this year!  

During the first half of the school year, students in Mrs. Seff's Academic Enrichment Program learned how to take photographs and video while also learning about the environment in the estuaries near the school.  Students then put what they learned together using the iMovie program to create their movies. The winning films and student producers are listed below (Springs is highlighted in Green!).  Guild Hall received a total of 54 film entries from local area schools including Springs School, Hayground School, Ross School, Sag Harbor schools, Bridgehampton School and East Hampton schools!  

Student films will be screened and celebrated at an awards ceremony on Thursday March 29th at 6pm in the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall in East Hampton.  Student film competition winners, families, friends, teachers and the interested public are invited to attend the screening and awards ceremony. If you're interested in attending, just go to the Guild Hall website and reserve a seat (it's free!).  


Category: Grades 1-4

First place: Ghost Haunting by Ryder Patrowicz

Second place: Dissolved Oxygen by Andrew Farez

Third place: Estuary Energy by Ella Menu

Category: Grades 5-8

First place: Dropped by Phoenix Bliss, Dash Breen, and Leonardo Dougherty

Second place: The Plastic Villains by CJ Baumrind, Salome Galindo, Tyler Hansen, Kevin Narvaez, and Aaron Segovia

Third place: Braille by Charlie Troy and Owen Wood


Category: Grades 9-12

First place: A Loss of Innocence by Christian Miller

Second place: A Race Against Time by Abigail Loos

Third place: Dear Phone by Augie Schultz