On Monday May 2, Palm Springs Unified School (PSUSD) District presented the 3rd annual DIGICOM Film Festival. Free screenings of films produced by teachers and students in the Palm Springs Unified School District were presented.

The festival's theme was "Make a Difference." There were films about people who make a difference, what you can do to make a difference, and projects in the community that make a difference. There were also short films and music videos to round out the evening.

More than 1,100 students and teachers from 17 schools worked to submit over 300 films to a four-member panel of judges. The judges reviewed the films, choosing the top 30 to be featured in the festival.

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On Monday May 2, Palm Springs Unified School (PSUSD) District presented the 3rd annual DIGICOM Film Festival. Free screenings of films produced by teachers and students in the Palm Springs Unified School District were presented.

Each unedited video production is here in the order they were in the program. For a full list of credits and the evening award winners go to: digicomfilmfestival.com

The types of films


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On Monday May 2, Palm Springs Unified School (PSUSD) District presented the 3rd annual DIGICOM Film Festival. Free screenings of films produced by teachers and students in the Palm Springs Unified School District were presented.

Each unedited video production is here in the order they were in the program. For a full list of credits and the evening award winners go to: digicomfilmfestival.com

The types of films featured in the festival included variety of animated films, documentaries, dramas, music videos, and informational videos.

This year more than 1,100 students and teachers from 17 schools worked to submit over 300 films to a four-member panel of judges. The judges reviewed the films, choosing the top 30 to be featured in the festival.

The festival's theme this year was "Make a Difference." There were films about people who make a difference, what you can do to make a difference, and projects in the community that make a difference. There were also short films and music videos to round out the evening.

The festival was funded entirely by community sponsors such as Time Warner Cable, the Pinnacle Fund, and DIGICOM Community Partners.

Honored at the event was retiring Superintendent Dr. Lorri McCune.

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