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The 2018 Winners for the Hockomock Film Festival are:

Short Film

1st: Alarming Jocelyn Medeiro, Kayla Phillips, Caitlin Corliss Gwenn Rodrigues (Taunton)
2nd: Entrapment– Jocelyn Medeiros, Caitlin Corliss, Gwenn Rodrigues (Taunton)
3rd: Inversion – Christian Kalcic (Foxborough)

Documentary

1st: Sals and Mals – Christian Kalcic, James Silveria (Foxborough)
2nd: Making of The Arboretum Massacre 2 -Jared Dodds, Ahmed Mohamed, and Ryan Proulx(Foxborough)
3rd: Women in Film – Haley Hebert (Foxborough)

PSA

1st Place: Save the Arts Gwenn Rodriques (Taunton)
2nd: Pay Attention Charlie Hansbury, Kyle Cohen, Connor Leno (Canton)
3rd: Don’t Cheat Yourself Laura Noone, Ryan White, Brayden Waterman (Canton)


Honorable Mentions:

Licensed to Lose – Demi Seremetis, Lindsey Larivee, Peter Raider (Franklin)
One Shot (OA) – Evan Hamlin (Olive Ames)
The Arboretum Massacre 2 – Jared Dodds, Ahmed Mohamed, and Ryan Proulx (Foxborough)

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The Hockomock Film Festival is an annual filmmaking competition open students ages 14 – 18 residing or attending school in the towns of the Hockomock Sports League: Attleboro, Canton, Easton, Foxborough, Franklin, Mansfield, Milford, Norfolk, North Attleborough, Plainville, Sharon, Stoughton, Taunton, Wrentham.

Call For Entries

2018 Festival Information

The Hockomock Film Festival entry form and film submission process is now online. Click on the link below to start the process.

SUBMIT YOUR FILM

Deadline June 1st 2018
Awards Day June 15th 2018 at Oakes Ames Memorial Hall

 

Hockomock Film Festival

The Hockomock Film Festival is an annual filmmaking competition open students ages 14 – 18 residing in towns of the Hockomock Sports League.  There are three categories: Documentary (10 minutes max length), Shorts (10) and PSA (1). For more frequently asked questions Click Here

 

Inspiring Quotes

"Any film, or to me any creative endeavor, no matter who you’re working with, is, in many cases, a wonderful experience."
-Martin Scorsese
"People have forgotten how to tell a story. Stories don’t have a middle or an end any more. They usually have a beginning that never stops beginning."
-Steven Spielberg
"To me, movies and music go hand in hand. When I’m writing a script, one of the first things I do is find the music I’m going to play for the opening sequence."
-Quentin Tarantino

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