Film Studies

St. Mark’s students are able to start taking Film beginning in sixth grade and continue into Upper School. Jennifer Gilbert begins by teaching the history of film by showing students silent films with icons like Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. They also make a project to demonstrate their knowledge of filmmaking. As they move into Upper School, students learn about modern film and are presented with more varied opportunities to write, direct, and edit their own films with members of their class and school. 

Short films created in the Advanced Film class appeared in the South by Southwest Film Festival, the All American High School Film Festival, the Austin Film Festival, CineFest, and the YoungFilmmakers Film Festival.

St. Mark’s School of Texas

10600 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75230


About Us

St. Mark’s School of Texas is a private, nonsectarian college-preparatory boys’ day school for students in grades 1 through 12, located in Dallas, Texas. St. Mark’s aims to prepare young men to assume leadership and responsibility in a competitive and changing world.

St. Mark’s does not discriminate in the administration of its admission and education policies on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.