Pegasus Film Festival looking for work by high school filmmakers


The Pegasus Film Festival is seeking talented Texas high school filmmakers to submit original films by April 23 for its annual competition, which is open to high school students all over North Texas.

This year’s festival is set for Sunday, May 21, at Studio Movie Grill in Dallas, and promises a classic film festival experience with the top submissions being screened for the audience.

Scholarships and cash prizes will be awarded to the best films, according to a panel judges. Entries will be accepted until May 3.

The promotional video for last year’s event on the festival’s website features students at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Watch the video, find information and submit completed entries here.


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