Rabun Gap film classes combine artistic expression, storytelling, and practical technology. Students create short film projects as they learn the production process and software. This culminates in year-end short film projects that the students write, direct, and edit themselves. The collaborative and project-based nature of this class teaches many practical skills, including time management, scheduling, and logistics. This program also engages the creative side of the brain with storytelling, videography, and editing. Utilizing our state-of-the-art Mac Lab, film classes introduce students to the basics of filmmaking and then transition them into more advanced editing software.