PEGASUS FILM Festival
The 8th annual Pegasus Film Festival will take place May 27th & 28th at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas, TX.
Full schedule coming soon!
Join us May 27-28th at the Angelika Film Center theatre in Dallas for the LARGEST STUDENT-LED film festival in the country! We're planning to make this festival even bigger and better this year. Some of the events on the agenda for the 2023 Pegasus Film Festival include:
• Opening Ceremony with Refreshments and Live Music!
• College Fair! (Learn more about film schools and meet recruiters and admissions representatives!)
• Networking Opportunities!
• Workshops and Panels!
• Script Readings + Screenwriting Event!
• Student Film Screenings!
• Dinner Banquet Party Under the Stars! (Music, dancing, food, and more!)
• Live Pitch Competition!
• Red Carpet!
• Q+A Interviews with the filmmakers! (Broadcast LIVE!)
• Awards Ceremony! (All filmmakers have the chance to win AMAZING cash prizes, scholarships, awards, equipment, etc.)
• AND MORE!
$15-20 for students and adults
Free tickets for selected filmmakers
If you are unable to afford the ticket fee, please email us for a discount code
The 2023 Pegasus Film Festival College Fair will take place in person on May 27th at the Angelika Film Center. Come meet representatives from the top film schools and learn more about their programs!
More colleges coming soon…
Ranked among the best film schools in the country, the filmmaking school at UNCSA knows that you won’t become a filmmaker by just sitting in a classroom. In your first two years at UNCSA, you will direct and shoot numerous digital projects as you take hands-on courses in every facet of modern film production. Then you’ll choose a concentration—animation, cinematography, directing, editing & sound design, producing, production design, or screenwriting—and collaborate with classmates on original short films, submitted to festivals around the world. As a filmmaking student, you’ll be taught by and be able to network with industry professionals—those on faculty and visiting guest artists.
You will learn industry standards and protocol, and practice your craft on state-of-the-art sound stages and studios with professional equipment. Every spring, you will have the opportunity to attend screenings at RiverRun International Film Festival, which we co-host on our campus. Your senior year, you’ll travel to Los Angeles with faculty mentors from your concentration to screen your films for industry executives and influential UNCSA alumni. The goal of our conservatory is for you to become a “complete” filmmaker—an experienced storyteller skilled in all facets of the moving image arts.
Website Link: www.uncsa.edu/filmmaking
Program Reel: https://youtu.be/cA5q3ZKlkDc
Film Admissions Contact: Channon Burroughs, Admissions Counselor