Fine Arts Academy
McCallum High School’s Cinematic Arts is an award winning, four-year, script-to-screen program where students explore the creative and technical aspects of moving images and production. Cinematic Arts Majors are presented with numerous opportunities to participate in the aspects of film. Students will write, cast, edit, and produce their own films.
Cinematic Arts students will learn skills that pique their interest and prepare them for careers in the film industry. Whether moving on to college film programs, technical schools, or straight to industry, Cinematic Arts students develop skills like storytelling, editing, and technology fluency that prepare them for the next level in their academic or professional development.
Our hands-on approach to teaching and project based curriculum is designed to reflect the real-world environment while encouraging students to explore their own creative passions using our state-of-the-art equipment.
Cinematic Arts Curriculum Includes
- Visual Effects
- Intro to Graphic Design
- Intro to Animation
Cinematic Arts Projects
- Visual Storytelling
- Music Video
- Noir Film
- Linear and Nonlinear Story Telling
- Experimental Film
- Film as Art