Fairhaven School 24 Hour Film Challenge

Fairhaven School recently held its first 24 Hour Film Challenge, where students were able to stay at school over the weekend to produce their short films. Two supervisors/instructors tasked the students with creating a silent film which must use specific props by 5pm the next day. Even with only ten students present, the school was as lively as ever as the students filmed all across campus and edited their movies right until time was up. Here is a link to The Stolen Camera, a short produced by one of the groups.

Richard Morriss Staff Member, Class of 2007

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