Greenwich Country Day School held its inaugural Fairfield County Flix Fest film festival on May 6, 2022. Three of the four "best of" awards were given to Sacred Heart Greenwich filmmakers. All of the finalists in the documentary and PSA categories were from Sacred Heart. Winners won a cash prize.
In addition to screening the films, attendees heard from guest speaker David Levien, a screenwriter, director, producer, and novelist. He is co-creator, executive producer, and showrunner of Showtime's Billions, along with Brian Koppelman.
Congratulations to the following students:
Best Animation, Elisa Taylor, "Bento Love"
Best Documentary, Emily Sedgwick, "It’s About What You Do"
Official Selection, Catherine Baranello, “American Dream”
Official Selection, Nadia Borja and Jacqueline Franco, “Happy Here”
Official Selection, Dylan Drury and Kaitlyn Langer, “Through the Eyes of a Broadcaster”
Official Selection, Charlotte Fallon and Annie Hamilton, “Pedaling from a Different Perspective”
Official Selection, Kate Gillespie, “Baseball for All”
Official Selection, Cait Haggerty, “Commendable Cafe”
Public Service Announcement
Best PSA, Jhonni Dixon and Advika Dushyanth, “The Algorithm”
Official Selection, Sarah Boutelle and Cailin Gordon, “What’s Your Emergency”
Official Selection, Ella Breitenbach, “Candy”
Official Selection, Maeve Dempsey and Olivia Leahy, “On Impact”
Official Selection, Daphne Fallon and Emma Langer, “Precious Time”
Official Selection, Emily Sedgwick and Kelsey Wilkens, “Alphabet Soup”
Official Selection, Morgan Sfreddo, “Hidden Forces”
Official Selection, Amy Walsh, “Blink”
Official Selection, Annie Cornell, "A Girl's Best Friend"
Official Selection, Devan Jordan, Jane Murphy, and Julia Pujadas, "The Sun and the Moon"