This Spring, Renaissance High School students were able to choose between 3 different art classes during their “Arts Practicum” semester-long once-a-week course. One of their options was a Light House film workshop, and we created a class that has been all about Hitchcock – his methods, techniques, and style. Students watched examples of his films and by the end of the semester, wrote, shot and edited scenes that follow in Hitchcock’s footsteps. Students split up into groups and ended up with two separate scenes that each illicit the classic Hitchcock tone, with their own original twist.
Check out the behind the scenes interviews below to learn more about the awesome work these students put into the course!