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Rope – A Study of the “One-Shot”

Rope – A Study of the “One-Shot”

This week the Intro and Intermediate film class are analyzing one of Alfred Hitchcock's masterpieces - Rope. The two main...
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The Power Of Storytelling in Leadership

The Power Of Storytelling in Leadership

In my classes, we use a wonderful communication app called Band.  The following article was shared via that app.  Hope...
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See what is NEWs

See what is NEWs

I'm proud to announce the next episode of Studio 652 News.  The student news team did an excellent job putting...
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The Power Of Storytelling in Leadership

The Power Of Storytelling in Leadership

Our motto for all my classes is "We Are All Storytellers."  This piggybacks on the truth that everyone has a...
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Holiday “GRATITUDE” Microfilms

Holiday “GRATITUDE” Microfilms

HONORABLE MENTION The Gift of Christmas Spirit - Khalia Gatlin The Spoiled One - Gavish Sachdeva BEST MICROFILM FIRST PLACE...
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Filmmaking During A Pandemic

Filmmaking During A Pandemic

Aubrey Costa, Entertainment Staff Writer for Gahr Forum, did a wonderful interview with two of our filmmakers, Joyce Chung and...
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VOTING HAS BEGUN

VOTING HAS BEGUN

My goal was to watch, grade, and provide feedback on all the student submitted films prior to the Winter break...
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ABCUSD 2020 Performing Arts Winter Showcase

ABCUSD 2020 Performing Arts Winter Showcase

If you missed this amazing virtual concert, do yourself a favor, grab yourself something warm to drink, turn up the...
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Don’t Do Nothing

Don’t Do Nothing

"In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is...
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Rising Phoenix

Rising Phoenix

If you want to get inspired, I've got a documentary for you - Rising Phoenix. Featuring nine Paralympians from across...
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Thankfulness

Thankfulness

On Monday, the first day back from Thanksgiving break, I asked my TV Broadcasting to make a short video telling...
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Halloween Microfilms

Halloween Microfilms

Student Halloween Microfilms Not to overstate the obvious, virtual school has so many challenges. I would be so bold that...
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First Newscast

First Newscast

As we are all aware, distance learning is not easy on students and teachers (and families for that matter).  Our...
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Hear We Go

Hear We Go

Students and family, here we go.  It's been a long time since we have seen the inside of a classroom. ...
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Comic-Con

Comic-Con

Comic-Con@Home will be held on the same dates as the previously canceled Comic-Con, July 22-26, 2020 San Diego Comic Convention...
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We Finished.

We Finished.

When I left my classroom on March 13, I was confident that we would be returning before the end of...
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Painting

Painting

As with most construction projects, they take longer that we anticipate or hope. We are SO close to being ready...
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Dawn of the De-Aged Actor

Dawn of the De-Aged Actor

The world of visual effects has grown incredibly in the last decade, even to the point of being a little...
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Soderbergh films movie on iPhone

Soderbergh films movie on iPhone

Filmmakers have been using iPhones for years now.  It's a convenient and inexpensive way to film movies.  The quality has...
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Columbia College Hollywood visits

Columbia College Hollywood visits

Today we had a wonderful visit from Columbia College Hollywood, a private, nonprofit liberal arts college focused on film, television,...
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