Social Justice Student Film Fest

The Plaza Theatre

The LMC Social Justice Student Film Fest is an annual event held in the Spring that showcases documentaries created by students in Advanced Video Production and Global Documentary Theory and Practice. Both courses introduce students to the art of documentary filmmaking and explore the ways in which documentary filmmaking can serve as a catalyst for articulating social justice issues that prompt audiences to take action. The festival will return in April, 2023, and the dates will be announced in late-October.

 

SJFF
R. Chen, A. Laboy, & M. Randolph for “September 12th,” Best Overall

Congratulations to the 2019 LMCFilms Social Justice Student Film Festival Entrants:

From Nothing - Documentary

LMC 3258 Documentary Film Production

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this film are those of the student filmmakers, and DO NOT reflect those of Georgia Institute of Technology, its parent, or ...
its affiliates.

Logline: From Nothing: Dope Diana follows an aspiring rapper named Dope Diana on her journey through the highly competitive Atlanta rap and Hip-Hop scene.

WINNER - Best Editing (2018 GT Social Justice Film Fest)
WINNER - Best Cinematography (2018 GT Social Justice Film Fest)
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