BexarFest shows student films, award winners at Tobin Center

Awards include Best Cinematography and Best Sound

SAN ANTONIO – Join the multimedia students, industry professionals and community leaders for the 8th-annual BexarFest this Monday at the Tobin Center.

If you’re interested in attending this unique film festival, it’s free! You will need a ticket to attend.

Watch the full event in the video player above.

Multimedia students from 19 San Antonio-area high schools worked on the projects over six months. See the projects at the links at the bottom of this article.

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Students will be awarded for their films, including for categories that include Best Cinematography and Best Sound.

BexarFest was founded in 2017, and since then, high school multimedia students have been creating films for different nonprofit organizations. The films are created to serve as marketing material for the organizations to use.

The film festival coordinated through TRL Productions — a local nonprofit helping high school and middle school students in the multimedia field.

The films, photos, music, and graphic designs will be displayed to the public on April 1.

Here are the student’s submissions for the 2024 BexarFest:

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