Film

In Middle and High school, students are able to explore film and visual storytelling when they get to the River Campus. These elective classes allow students to develop lifelong skills.
In our High School Film Program, students build on their knowledge of visual storytelling and cinematography, and study an array of non-sync genres: silent shorts, experimental/studio art pieces, music videos, and non-sync narratives.

The program culminates with the IB Film class, a two-year program that combines the techniques learned in previous classes with new ways to write and produce quality films, cast and direct actors, explore media from around the globe, and make professional short films that screen far beyond the scope of the classroom.

In our Middle School Film Program, students learn visual storytelling and cinematography, and study an array of non-sync genres: silent shorts, experimental/studio art pieces, music videos, and non-sync narratives. There is at least one final project that will showcase at an exhibition outside of class.
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