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- PSA - Public Service Announcements                                                         

A message made in a motion picture in the public interest disseminated without charge, with the objective of raising awareness of and changing public attitudes and behavior towards a social issue.

Scout is delighted to share the official selection for this category.

Dear America by Molly E. Smith, Sage Croft

(United States)
NOMINEE

Dear America shares the fears of Generation Z in the age of school gun violence.



Age Category: 19-24

Do Something by Glory Ho, Dovely King

(United States)


Do Something is a PSA production of the Righteous Conversations Project, a collaboration of Holocaust survivors and teens, and Harvard-Westlake Summer. When we see a crisis unfold, we all have a choice to make. 


Age Category: 18 and under

End Family Fire by Isabel Dolan, Jules Brown

(United States)


End Family Fire is a PSA about gun safety.



Age Category: 18 and under

It Will Be by Madison Strachan

(United States)


It Will Be is a PSA on gun safety.



Age Category: 18 and under

School Threat Consequences by Noah Roberto

(United States)
NOMINEE

School Threat Consequences  is a PSA about a High school student facing the consequences of making a threat on social media towards a school.



Age Category: 18 and under

We're Here to Listen by Donna Grunfeld, Erin Jeon, Leticya Kanku, Rene Servin, Sasha Vogel

(United States)


We're Here to Listen  is a PSA about how being a teenager isn’t easy especially with all the judgmental voices in one’s head. This is a production of the Righteous Conversations Project, a collaboration of Holocaust survivors and teens, and Harvard-Westlake Summer Film.



Age Category: 18 and under

We're Listening by Jordy Brown, Serra Demirci

(United States)


We're Listening is a PSA where teens reflect on the voices of our times, toxic language and remind us that they are not only listening, they are talking back and reclaiming their right to truth. This is a production of the Righteous Conversations Project, a collaboration of Holocaust survivors and teens, and Harvard-Westlake Summer Film. 



Age Category: 18 and under

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