Sonoma County Office of Education

Five-Minute Film Festival Entries

Festival LogoThis year, SCOE hosted a new student event known as the Five-Minute Film Festival. This was an opportunity for K-12 students to demonstrate learning in a 21st century context and showcase their work in front of a community audience. To participate, students created short videos (up to five-minutes long) on the theme of “Growth” and submitted them to a SCOE for judging by a celebrity panel. The top 15 films debuted at the Festival on March 16. See #sonoma5 on Twitter and SCOE’s News Release for more information above the event and the three films earning special recognition.

All 110 films submitted are shown below. The top 15 appear first, followed by 95 other entries organized alphabetically by title. You can also use the Search box, above right, to search for a specific film.


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* Top 15 Film
Growth Through the Ages

By Brayden Stephens, Jake Herman, and Mason Glantz
Grade 7, Willowside Middle
* Top 15 Film
How Do Chihuahuas Grow?

By Bella Melton and Hannah Small
Grade 3, Schaefer Charter
* Top 15 Film
I am Alexa

By Alexa Bail
Grade 8, Healdsburg Junior High
* Top 15 Film
Love Grows On You

By Gwendolyn Phair
Grade 6, Orchard View
* Top 15 Film
Plant Growth

By Henry Olson and Charlie F. O'Donnell
Grade 4, Oak Grove Elementary
* Top 15 Film
Toby the Steelhead

By Jacob Cibrian and Alex Mintonye
Grade 6, Willowside Middle
A Beagle's Life
By Sydney Brand
Grade 4, Oak Grove Elementary
AfterLife
By Gustavo Rodriguez
Grade 6, Kawana Academy
Bunnies and Bobcat
By Melanie Raymond, Kaylee Taylor, and Abby Westrope
Grade 4, John B. Riebli Elementary
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Contacts

  • Matt O'Donnell, Technology Innovation Specialist
    707.524.8419,

Contacts

Questions may be directed to:

  • Matt O'Donnell, Technology Innovation Specialist
    707.524.8419,
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