Reel to Reel 2015 Collaboration Announcements!

CineVic is pleased to announce the Reel-to-Reel collaborations!
Thanks to all who applied!

Team Picture Story - Journey by Douglas Harding
Ana de Lara - Little Girl Down the Lane By Ryan Awram
Tyson Laidler - Hang Me by Qristina and Quinn Bachand
Dirk Slot - Weltgeist by Miss Natasha Enquist
Michael Farrell - You Got Mean by Steph Macpherson
Beth Parker - Knock Twice by Michael Chambers
Team Obscure Visuals - Wind in the Pines by Fans & Motor Supply Company

Job Posting: Executive Director, CineVic: Society of Independent Filmmakers

CineVic is an artist-run Society which provides independent filmmakers and media artists affordable and accessible equipment, programming, and development opportunities. CineVic is on the cusp of celebrating our 25th year and is looking for a new Executive Director.

Reports to: CineVic Board of Directors

The Position

Lunch Break Series - Equipment Workshops with Daniel Carruthers

Filed under: Workshops.

Date and Time: 
8 July 2015 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Next workshop will be on July 8th from 12pm-1pm and will focus on cameras.

Learn basic setups, and discuss exposure techniques, and workflow on the Red Scarlet and Blackmagic cameras.

Great opportunity to get hands on experience, and learn from Equipment Coordinator Daniel Carruthers who has 11 years experience as a DOP and is an associate member to the Canadian Society of Cinematographers.

Register with Krista at office@cinevic.ca

Feature Film Screenwriting Workshop with Stacey Ashworth

Filed under: Workshops.

Wednesday, July 15 at 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Have a feature film idea and no clue of how to begin writing it? Screenwriting MFA and experienced story analyst, Stacey Ashworth, will be conducting a simple and comprehensive feature screenwriting workshop in July!

Guaranteed to relieve insecurities and confusion, this workshop will review…

- The screenwriting form: Writing clean, active, and easy-to-read pages
- The three act structure: Cracking the code on filmic storytelling
- The complex character: Breaking your lead and supporting cast down into two simple parts

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