United Way of the Greater Seacoast
and the Granite Youth Alliance Present

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With huge thanks to:
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Powered by United Way of the Greater Seacoast, the Seacoast Public Health Network, and the Granite Youth Alliance,  the Granite Youth Film Festival is a unique opportunity for young change makers to take a stand against substance abuse in front of other youth, members of the public, and community leaders. Youth filmmakers write, direct, shoot, and star in their own productions, which premiere at a two-day event that includes first screenings of all films and interviews with youth participants.


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For more information:
Meghan Farrell
mfarrell@uwgs.org, 603-373-9123

2016 Granite Youth Film Festival

Time Off Your Life
Seabrook Youth2Youth

#FunnyNotFunny
Newmarket Youth2Youth

Bonfire
Raymond Coalition for Youth, Middle School Youth Action

Reflections
Raymond Coalition for Youth, High School Youth Action

Falling
FAMEE, Farmington

Rewind
Rochester Middle School Youth2Youth

Choose
Epping High School Granite Youth Alliance

Ghost of My Future
Epping Middle School Youth2Youth

Vaporize their Lies
Milton Youth2Youth

Under the Influences
Dover Youth2Youth

2015 Granite Youth Film Festival

Busted
By Milton Youth to Youth

Think Bigger About the Liquor Sticker
By Epping High School Granite Youth Alliance

Is It Really Safe?
By Epping Middle School Granite Youth Alliance

Mad World
By Raymond Coalition for Youth

Looking Forward
By Somersworth High School Youth to Youth

#whatyoulose
By Somersworth High School Youth to Youth

What I Should Have Asked You
By Newmarket Granite Youth Alliance

It’s Not Too Late
By Dover High School Youth to Youth

Cognition 
By Dover Middle School Youth to Youth

 

 

2014 Granite Youth Film Festival

Make Your Choice
By Raymond Coalition for Youth

Why?
By Newmarket Granite Youth Alliance

The Gateway
By Portsmouth Project Safety

Where One Post May Lead
By Epping Middle School Granite Youth Alliance

Consequences
By Epping High School Granite Youth Alliance

The Boss Wants More Money!
By Dover Youth 2 Youth

 

2013 Granite Youth Film Festival

Enjoy Life in a Natural State
By Timberlane Regional High School Peer Outreach

The Fork in the Road
By Epping Middle and High School

Need for Speed
By Project Safety

Building a Strong Community, One Garden at a Time
By The Wolf Pack

Just One Hit
By Raymond Coalition for Youth

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