EthanHamm

Ethan Hamm

About Ethan Hamm

“A winner is just a loser that tried one more time” - Leonardo Dicaprio. Immediately after high school, Ethan Hamm, ‘20, aspires to work on a film set, leading to a career of directing blockbusters. At a young age, Hamm created many different kinds of art from the moment he could pick up a pencil, putting visuals of the screen to paper. Currently, Hamm works on The Feather video team, as well as studying film by taking different film courses, including the Martin Scorsese Master Class. Learning from the worship team at Hume Lake Christian Camps, Hamm’s passion for drums was ingrained since kindergarten, dedicating over a decade of his life to his instrument; he now plays drums on stage for both his school and church. He also lends his tenor pitch to his school concert choir team.

NOTS Movies

By |2019-04-12T09:19:42-07:00April 12th, 2019|Videos 2018-19|

Since the 1990-'91 school year, Fresno Christian High School has sent students from each class out to write, direct and star in their take on classic Hollywood films all in time for teachers and parents to vote for their favorite. Much like the films they imitate, students' skills evolve as time goes on, competing against their fellow peers for the opportunity to win a variety of awards on the big night.

Campus music department earns top awards in WorldStrides Heritage Festival

By |2019-04-12T22:19:23-07:00April 12th, 2019|News, Top 5|

With the school year coming to end Fresno Christian's choirs and instrumental groups traveled to Anaheim, California to compete in the World Strides Heritage Festival, April 5. Bringing home a number of awards including the Choral Sweepstakes award, students Lindsay Weimer, '20, and Sarah Upshaw, '23, also won individual awards.

FC Underground 2018-’19, No. 24

By |2019-04-02T10:27:36-07:00March 4th, 2019|Media, Videos 2018-19|

This is the 24th episode of FC Underground, 2018-’19, covering the week of  March 4– March 8, 2019. FC Underground is a video series of weekly announcement videos, starring your hosts Logan Lewis, ’20, and Hannah Villines, ’21, with the purpose of informing the students and campus community members about school events. This week's announcements include information [...]

Glass provides unique perspective to superhero film genre

By |2019-02-06T10:22:23-07:00January 31st, 2019|Arts & Entertainment, Reviews|

Glass, the third film in the Unbreakable and Split trilogy, hit theaters Jan. 18. Released by Universal Pictures and directed by M. Knight Shyamalan, writer and director of both critically praised films like The Sixth Sense and critically panned films like Lady in the Water and After Earth, audiences didn't know what to expect from Shyamalan's final chapter in his superhero saga.  Returning from Unbreakable, Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson both reprise their roles from the supernatural cult thriller. Returning from Split, the unexpected 2017 sequel to Unbreakable, James Mcavoy reprises his role as Kevin Wendell Crumb, as well as his 22 other personalities, including the ferocious, Beast.

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