The 2019 Boynton Beach Short Film Festival celebrated their third year with a stellar line-up of short films. Held at the Alco Boynton Cinema April 30 to May 5, the annual event celebrates the creativity of edgy, provocative storytelling exclusively through the medium of short film. Founded in 2016, the festival is geared toward Florida filmmakers and students and organized in conjunction with South Tech Academy. The 2019 festival theme was “Stop Hate With Film”, featuring short films on a range of topics, including racism, sexism, bullying, violence and more. The fest featured seminars hosted by writer Michael Chasin and actor Jevon White. Party Favor by Tarrell Cunningham won Best Professional Film, Mona Hawkins took home Best College Film for Pink On Blue and Best High School Film went to Hollis Rosenkranz for Freewheel. To learn more, visit filmfreeway.com/BBSFF.