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The San Clemente High School (SCHS) film studies class will showcase their work of 5- to 8-minute short movies.

The festival will take place at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29 at the SCHS Little Theater, located at 700 Avenida Presidio. The event is free to attend.

A panel of three judges, including local filmmaker Autumn McAlpin, will decide the winners of the festival, which will have various categories.

Leonard Mead is questioned by police in the student adaptation of Ray Bradbury's "The Pedestrian.” The inaugural Triton Film Festival will take place at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29 at the San Clemente High School Little Theater, located at 700 Avenida Pico. The event is free to attend. Photo: Courtesy of San Clemente High School Film Studies. Photo: Courtesy of J. Bisch
Leonard Mead is questioned by police in the student adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s “The Pedestrian.” The inaugural Triton Film Festival will take place at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29 at the San Clemente High School Little Theater, located at 700 Avenida Pico. The event is free to attend. Photo: Courtesy of San Clemente High School Film Studies. Photo: Courtesy of J. Bisch

Each group will have time to give a brief speech about their film.

“Basically they’ve had free range to make whatever they want,” said J. Bisch, an English and film studies teacher at SCHS.

The subject material could be original or adapted from other works.

“We have large numbers of kids who are interested, incoming freshmen, and they have only just heard about this,” Bisch said.

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