THERE’S STILL TIME TO REGISTER…
August 11 – 15, 2014
ABOUT THE COURSE:
A summer camp experience designed to give youth aged 13-17 a fundamental understanding of film and video making. They will also learn aspects and genres of production from an industry professional.
This hands-on creative project will allow youth to tap into DIY concepts and will be geared towards their specific interests, including animation, documentary and green-screen live-action. The five-day camp will generate a short film that can be shared with family and friends
- Video-making workshop
- Animation workshop,
- Set & character creation workshop
- Camera, lighting, sound workshop
DAY 3 & 4:
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Luckas currently works as a freelance filmmaker, producing youth-oriented original content, including the Building Legends documentary series and La vie de Léa for the Nova Scotia Department of Education.
His first short film Daddy’s Little Girl, produced and released in 2009 to critical acclaim, was a finalist for CBC’s 2010 Short Film Face Off. His follow-up, Mr. Happy, was nominated for Best Canadian Short at the Silver Wave Film Festival. Most recently his short film The Long and Short of Barry Small earned actor Christopher Shore ACTRA’s Best Acting award of 2013
REGISTRATION DEADLINE WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6TH BY 5PM
$250/person (Bursaries available, please call for details)
Centre for Art Tapes
2238 Maitland Street
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