Azusa Film Society

Founded more than ten years ago, Azusa Film Society is a student organization dedicated to expanding the understanding and appreciation of film through a variety of means, ranging from viewing classic works to the creation and critiquing of new works. Run by students for students, the AFS members meet weekly to learn and grow together as filmmakers.

AFS also sponsors the 48-Hour Film Festival, an annual contest in which teams are given 48 hours to complete short films. A panel of judges, comprised of APU faculty and staff then scores the films. In addition, the members of AFS work together each year to produce a short film under the banner of Azusa Film Society.

For more information about Azusa Film Society, contact Monica Ganas, faculty advisor, or visit our Facebook page.

Note: This information is current for the 2016-17 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.