New film club now at Lakewood High School

Every Monday in C100 students meet for the Lakewood Film Club.



A soundboard in the CATCOM room March 4, 2021.


Lakewood High School’s film club had an interest meeting Feb. 27 going over plans for the clubs, what they will do, roles and more. Film club is an after-school activity every Monday starting at 2 p.m. and lasting until 4 p.m.. It takes place in C100. There are multiple roles for students that are interested such as actor, actress, recorder, director and many more. The first meeting was March 6.

Freshman Aniya Williams created the film club at Lakewood with her “dream to be in the film industry”. Williams recruited photography teacher Jorden Pompey to be the sponsor of the club since Pompey knows about making films and short videos.

This club is open to students in any grade with an interest in how to create short films, documentaries, and how to edit films. The group is in the process of producing a short film, currently in the blocking stage of the scenes.

“Hopefully I can expand the film club which can bring opportunities that go beyond the school such as scholarships and job opportunities,” Williams said.