Session: Spring 2021
Chapter:  Tucson
Location:  ONLINE
Time:  7:30pm - 8:30pm
Day:  Monday
Starts:  04/05
Ages:  13-18
Tuition:  $125.00

** Registration ended April 12, 2021 at 8:00pm

Class Description


Intermediate Film 
is a deeper dive into the art of storytelling through film. Each week, students will be encouraged to watch a specific film or clip outside of class to discuss during the class meeting. Students will adapt a well-known story and direct their own short films over the course of the class, taking a closer look into the art of film direction, cinematography, and editing .Basic film theory and filmmaking techniques will be reviewed, but students should be prepared to delve into deeper aspects of film criticism and creation.
Class content is taught via Zoom. 


Danniey Wright

Danielle Wright is a Tucson native who got her start in theater at age 6 through Tom Thumb Players. In 2007, she received a BA from Brigham Young University's College of Theatre and Media Arts. Since then, she has continued her work in the theater and film industries, involving a variety of projects from large-scale concerts and stadium shows to community theater productions to feature films. She currently works full time as the Volunteer and Event Manager for SARSEF, a STEM education nonprofit. Recent credits include being Executive Director of SAPAC for the 2019-2020 season, stage manager for CYT Tucson productions, and 1st AD on the feature film, Witnesses. She also loves to sew, cook, travel, and do puzzles.