My Anchor is Hope

Many feel that there is no hope in the future, and that they can’t find an anchor for themselves. I just want to share that there is a hope, and many might find my source of hope unexpected, but I know it’s true.


Whenever I feel down or lonely, I find comfort in my friends. I like feeling the comfort that I get when I am surrounded with familiar faces. That is why in this animation, I created the image of me being happy while being surrounded by my friends.

Two sides to every story

This video shows two students who are going through tough experiences that they can’t handle on their own. When they meet each other everything calms and they use each other as their “anchor.” We thought that we could help encourage others to find someone who can help them.

What’s Your Anchor?

Our entry was about how finding you anchor could the little things in life, you just have to find them. This relates to the required content because it is a 30 second titkok representing to find your anchor

A helping hand

Our entry is a psa style video that demonstrates, when someone is feeling down friends or family will be there to help you up.


My entry is about my friends and how I enjoy hanging out with them. My submission relates back to the required content because my video shows my anchor.

The Feeling of Finding Your Anchor

My submission shows what life is like when you find yourself living in the moment instead of worrying about the before and after, your purpose, and the little things that keep you going. Imagine having scenes of your life play back right in front of you, and you suddenly reminisce all that is good. All the amazing things you have experienced and can look forward to. It also shows it is okay not to have a dream, and you can just aspire to be happy and have fun.

Future of boxing

My submission is a short video mainly about boxing and why it anchors me in so many ways. I talked about why I love the sport of boxing a lot.

Dear Jane

Dear Jane shows that life gets better, and even the happiest people struggle, everyone does. Your future self is rooting for you and would give you a big hug if they could. I want people to know it’s okay to struggle right now, but it gets better.

Dear Me, What If?

“Dear Me, What If” is about the power of having dreams, and making them come true. Right now we are young, but all of us can accomplish great things if we take care of our mental health now. There are no limits on dreams, and each one of us can do anything we set our minds to. No matter what we become, we have the ability to change the world – one “if” at a time.