Session:Spring 2023 Chapter: Tucson Location: Christ Church United Methodist Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm Day: Tuesday Starts: 02/07 Ages: 8-12 Tuition: $250.00 Open Spots: 4
** Registration ended March 1, 2023 at 11:00pm
Early humans first learned the value of storytelling around the flickering light of a campfire, documenting them on the walls of caves. The Lumiere Brothers took that flicker of flame, evolving it into the flickering of a projector, and transformed cave walls into a screen with silent, one minute black and white stories. In this course, students will learn about the history of the earliest films and in small “film crews” write shoot and edit their own Lumiere-style film.
Hayley Lionheart earned her MFA in writing for the Stage and Screen at Florida State University’s prestigious College of Motion Picture Arts. During her time at FSU, she spent a semester at Theatre Academy London where she studied under BBC producer Katherine Bailey and Oscar Winning Screenwriter Rebecca Lenkiewicz. After graduation she worked on an adaptation for New York Times Best Selling Author Juliana Baggot, while simultaneously fostering her love of teaching. Working under Louisiana State University’s Continuing Education program, Hayley ran Graphic Design, Filmmaking and Photography summer camps for students ages 14-18. She currently co-teaches Humanities, runs a middle school film club, and manages Library Programing at Tucson Hebrew Academy.
There are entrances to the church on Woodland Ave/4th St./Craycroft Rd.. Please park in rear parking lot and walk your student onto church grounds. The site coordinator will be located at the ramada for you to sign in/out.