The tenth annual Texas Film Festival welcomes submissions of all independent film and video makers. Past festivals have been fortunate enough to screen such films as Swimming With Sharks, Like Water for Chocolate, Lone Star, Il Postino and Rejected.
The Texas Film Festival began in 1993 to promote film as an artistic medium, and our focus remains the education of students and emerging filmmakers. We are proud to say that the Texas Film Festival is the largest, student-run, film festival in the nation.
The Texas Film Festival is sponsored by the MSC Film Society, a nonprofit student organization here at Texas A&M University. The Film Society is a fifty year old film programming and production committee within Texas A&M's student union, the MSC. The MSC is the main programming body at Texas A&M University and reaches over 20,000 audience members each year.
The student volunteers of the MSC Film Society continue to improve this competitive, invitational festival, while retaining our original intention to highlight independent, minority and student filmmakers from around the world.