Reel Owl Cinema
Reel Owl Cinema is a unique four year high school International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) narrative film program which has been producing films at Garland High School since 2004.
What is film at GHS?
It is the study of world film history, theory, and the process of production. During their course of studying a major art form in the world today, students will research, view, and discuss films. They will also create films of their own in the capacity of either writer, director, cinematographer, editor, sound engineer, or in some cases, all roles.
How to be accepted into the program:
You simply need to choose Film I as an elective. You will automatically be placed in the Film I (Pre IB) class.
In order to receive a full IB diploma, you will pick film as your 6th subject. You are required to completed IB film 3 and 4 to qualify to test.
For questions, please contact the reel owl cinema film instructor: Thomas Schubert