NOTE: Some entries may contain adult themes. Minors, please ask for parental permission before watching.
Artios Academies of West Michigan – “ALONE? The Sisters Revenge” (17:05)
Created by: Isaac Rasmussen
Synopsis: A girl hiding the truth about her younger sisters death, deals with guilt and the hate of her haunting younger sister.
Grand Haven High School – “Fidgeting With Fire” (1:34)
Created by: David Lenger
Synopsis: Silent narrative surrounding a young girl’s important decision on whether she will reach out to her absent father.
Holton High School – “My Sister: Emily Faith” (2:30)
Created by: Natalie Wiseman
Synopsis: My mother shares my family’s story of the love and loss we felt regarding my sister Emily Faiths short time here. She was born when my mom was only 23 weeks pregnant. She passed away after 1 month and 10 days. We share what she taught us in her short time being here. “Life is not measured in the amount of breaths you take but the amount of moments that take your breath away”.
Mason County Central High School – “The Lurker” (4:12)
Created by: Brody Shelton
Synopsis: The Lurker is about a group of teens going for a hike and eventually stumbling upon the not so well known “Dusk Woods” of which one of the group members has heard of because she is a “horror fanatic”. As the teens travel through these woods, the jokester of the group (Wyatt) discovers several pieces of paper warning about the dangers that lie within. As the teens continue with their travel, they each go missing one by one. The remaining group members believe that everyone is just messing with them, until they find some concerning remains.
Mona Shores High School – “The USB” (8:07)
Created by: Noah Fritzemeier
Synopsis: The main character goes to the back of an ally to buy cheats for math homework, however; what conspires is nothing but a horrible guilt ridden trip. One full of sorrows and regret.
Reeths-Puffer High School – “James” (3:21)
Created by: Dylan Mason
Synopsis: James is into making weekly videos about being more sustainable at his school. He posts a video which results in him getting some hate comments and his car vandalized. His grades start slipping at school and he is pulled into the counseling office where he explains what’s been going on to him. The councilor Mrs.VanHalen gives him an envelope of anonymous student messages that thank James for what he is doing at their school. James wraps up the film by reminding the audience that someone is always out there for you, and you are always loved.