SHS Film Students Shine at at NH Film Festival

Salem High School film students brought home three awards in the 2018 New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival -- including first place overall.

This is the second straight year SHS has taken home the top award in the festival. This year's winning film -- The Waiter -- was was written by Grace Lumley and produced by Nate Magoon and Briana Demers. The film included contributions from the entire film club over 20 students and several advisers and parents.

Two additional SHS films received awards -- 4th place went to God's Acre; and 5th place went to Worthless.

God's Acre is a documentary created entirely by Brenden Nault.

Worthless was created by block 3 TV 2 with Autumn-Rose Bogdan, Kaitlyn Willson, Rheannon Rodriguez and Briana Demers.

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