The Jean Massieu School
a short film by Megan Wolfley
"The Jean Massieu School" is a short documentary film made by Megan Wolfley while a film student at Brigham Young University.
The documentary offers a glimpse at a day in the life of students at a deaf (hearing impaired) charter school in Draper, Utah.
"The Jean Massieu School" can currently be viewed online in QuickTime format.
"The Jean Massieu School" opening credits as they appear in the film
The following is a glimpse of
a day in the life of students
attending a Deaf charter school.
It is intended for two audiences:
Parents of Deaf children
Individuals uninformed about
the Deaf culture.
"The Jean Massieu School" closing credits as they appear in the film
|Director ||Megan K. Wolfley
|Producer ||Jamie L. Ortwein
|Videographer ||Megan Wolfley
|Editor ||Megan Wolfley
|Assistant Editors ||Cara Poulson
Julio and Minnie Mac Diaz
JMS Faculty, Staff and Students
Media Arts Lab 2
Megan K. Wolfley © 2000
There are no opening credits, just a title.
Web page created 30 April 2002.