a high school A/V student wears a microphone head piece

Melissa High School students presented the school's first annual Film Fest on Saturday, May 21, featuring 10 student-produced live action and animated films. At the end of the festival, the audience voted live for their favorite videos.

The Best Animation award went to "Bob The Skeleton" by Aidan Mitchell-Johnson. Jayden Barrett and the third period A/V Production II class won the Best Live Action and Best of Fest awards for their film, "A Job Well Done". The best-of-category videos are featured below. Click here to watch all videos featured at the 2022 Film Fest.

Note: All student films adhere to UIL One Act Play content standards. However, please be advised that two films in the horror and crime drama genres may be sensitive for younger viewers.

"Bob The Skeleton"

"A Job Well Done"