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The Annual Canyons District Film Festival

Click here for the 2023 Film Festival Videos

Here you can watch all the 2023 Films, see the winners and more!

2023 Film Festival Nominees

The nominees are...
  • Elementary
    • How Chemicals React: A French Documentary -Butler
    • How to make peeps Play-Doh East -Midvale Elementary
    • Remember The Alamo - Brookwood
    • iMovie Filming Documentary - Sprucewood
    • Chinese New Year - Draper
  • Middle
    • Patriot Pride -Eastmont Middle
    • Dad Jokes Documentary -Albion Middle
  • High
    • Sphynx Bathtime - Alta
    • State Debate: The Film - Corner Canyon
    • What is Art? - Corner Canyon
    • CCHS - 6A Basketball Champions - Corner Canyon
    • What they don't know - Jordan
    • Lo que no saben - Jordan
The nominees are...
  • Elementary
    • Help Anyone in Need - Canyon View
    • The Perfect Pet - Sunrise
    • Following your dreams - East Sandy
    • Bun-Cakes - Ridgecrest
    • Henry goes to the beach - Sprucewood
  • Middle
    • Canada EXISTS! - Indian Hills
    • Bounty Hunters - Albion Middle
      Circle and Square - Albion Middle
    • Star Wars vs U.S. Army - Union Middle
  • High
    • Echos of Me - Alta High
    • A Very Dirty Dogs Christmas - Alta High
    • Ramona -Jordan High
    • Why the Chicken crossed the road - Corner Canyon
    • Blue Atom - Alta High
The nominees are...

All Poster Submissions are forwarded to the main competition. We will announce the winner at the Film Festival awards on April 27th.

The nominees are...
  • Elementary
    • Smoothie Making - Ridgecrest
    • Bad Day - Sprucewood
    • Lunch Rap - Sunrise
    • Save the Rhinos! - Draper
  • Middle
    • How To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint - Albion
    • Prevent cyberbullying - Albion
    • Don't go out of your way to make someone feel bad- Albion
    • Try climbing, it's fun! - Butler Middle
    • Digital Citizens of the World Unite - Eastmont
  • High School
    • The Monster Under The Bed - Jordan
    • Books, Computers, Mountains Brighton
    • The Lack of Voice - Brighton
    • Less Waste, More Taste - Hillcrest
      The question is "How?" - Brighton
    • Screen Safe - Hillcrest
The nominees are...
  • Elementary
    • Sprucewood Falcon Report - Askar's Crew - Sprucewood
    • Sprucewood Falcon Report - Petsche's Crew - Sprucewood
    • Breaking News - Draper Elementary
    • Channel 33 News - Draper Elementary
    • Cloudy with a Chance... - Draper Elementary
  • High School
    • Musical News Package -  HIllcrest
    • CMIYC News package - HIllcrest
    • April NewsBeet - Jordan
    • March NewsBeet - Jordan
Short Film
The nominees are...
  • Elementary
    • Ghost Hunter - Oak Hollow
    • The Pig Guard - Lone Peak
    • The Dance Off Ridgecrest
    • The Therapist Visit Sprucewood
    • The Jazz Club Lone Peak
  • Middle
    • Cyber Bullying Albion Middle
    • Cyber bullying PSA Albion Middle
    • Two Dollar Chase Butler Middle
    • Mime Time Indian Hills
    • The Outlaw Arthur O'Rrimes Albion Middle
  • High
    • Five Stages Corner Canyon
    • Through the Glass Corner Canyon
    • Interrupted: A Silent Film Corner Canyon
    • A Letter To Future Ronan Corner Canyon
    • Sammy & Sally Chapter 1 Hillcrest
    • Noche de las Piñatas Corner Canyon
Teacher Films
The nominees are...

Starry Starry NightWade Harman
NavigatingLeslie Vawdrey
"I Ain't Worried"Dallin Maxfield, Dan Crowshaw, Joe Wale, Cory Christianson, Julianna Brassfield, Clark Ashland
Teachers DaydreaminNicholas Diachun, Robert Violano

We are so excited to share the details of the 2023-2024 Film Festival!

This website has resources, information, and materials that you can use to create and submit the next winning masterpiece. If you have any questions, please reach out to your instructional coach or Justin Andersen (

Click here to submit to your film festival submission --->

Film Festival Poster
Poster Contest Flyer
Film Festival is Back!

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Calling all filmmakers and graphic designers!

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The Annual Canyons District Film Festival

Lucie Chamberlain

Alta View Elementary

If a movie about super teachers were ever made, Lucie Chamberlain would be a prime candidate for a leading role. Fortunately for her kindergarten students at Alta View Elementary, she already thrives in a supporting role for them. Parents thank her for being a “super teacher.” She is also described as an “amazing colleague.” Whether students need help in the classroom or from home while sick, Lucie goes above and beyond to help them learn, overcome fears, and feel important and cared for. Lucie is the reason a number of kids went from hating school to loving it, according to parents. The way she exudes patience, sweetness, positive energy, and love for her students with special needs melts is appreciated and admired. One parent noted: “Both my kids wish she could be their teacher forever.” Another added:  “She treats every student like their learning and their feelings are her priority.” Super teacher, indeed!

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