Asbury's Highbridge Film Festival

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Group photo of students

Students get their photo taken with film festival judge Barry Cook, director of Disney’s Mulan

A Back to the Future Delorean car

One of the Back to the Future Delorean cars made an appearance at the film festival.

People standing on the red carpet steps in front of Hughes Auditorium

People stand in line to get into the Highbridge Flim Festival.

The Highbridge Film Festival is the largest event on Asbury's campus each year...other than graduation. It is sold out year-after-year. It showcases high school and Asbury University student films.

Highbridge is dedicated to expressing and exploring the human condition through the power of the visual story. The film festival showcases high school and college student short films. Every spring, students have the opportunity to tell their story, and each entry is judged by film industry professionals.

The festival, part of the Asbury Media Communication program, is run by the students in our Spring semester Special Events class (MC 428). For more information about the festival, go to