Teens document life through this high school filmmaking program

It’s a Wednesday morning in the orange and blue halls of Julius L. Chambers Superior University. 

18 pupils make their way to the library the place a grey cart filled with iMac desktops and digital Canon cameras await them. 

Every single superior schooler grabs their pc and other supplies to commence enhancing a short movie. 

These learners are a component of a application known as Visualize Me, a four month very long introduction to the fundamentals of filmmaking. 

Students choose what story they want to inform as a result of movie and devote the period of Imagine Me filming and enhancing it. 

At the conclusion of the method, learners will showcase their work at the Harvey B. Gantt Centre.