Workshop Registration & Membership Site

Workshop Registration & Membership Site

Upcoming Workshops

    • October 17, 2017
    • 18:00
    • November 21, 2017
    • 21:00
    • 5663 Cornwallis St. Suite 101
    • 11
    Register

    AFCOOP’s Intro Package is a series of intro workshops designed to give participants a balanced overview of independent film production and the elements involved in creating a project from first draft to final edit. If you want to learn how to make a film, this package is for you!

    NEW PRICE: $195/245+HST (AFCOOP members / non-members)

    Non members should consider purchasing an associate membership which saves $10 (associate membership costs 40$ including tax)

    The Intro series is sold at a discount when purchased as a package and includes the following 6 workshops:

    -Intro to Filmmaking
    -Intro to Screenwriting
    -Intro to Cinematography 
    -Intro to Sound
    -Intro to Directing
    -Intro to Editing 



    • October 24, 2017
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • 5663 Cornwallis St. Suite 101
    • 11
    Register

    A study of screenwriting both technically and creatively, this course is ideal for novice writers with little or no experience. Participants will learn how the elements of story (plot, conflict, theme, dialogue, and character development) are used specifically for film. This course will also cover technical details such as formatting and film specific writing techniques. This workshop will give you the boost you need to dive in, or fix up your next great project. 

    Participants are encouraged (but not required) to bring a short film idea to be discussed if time permits.

    Price: $40/50+HST (AFCOOP members / non-members)

    INSTRUCTOR: Iain MacLeod is a screenwriter and filmmaker based in Halifax. Educated at the Canadian Film Centre he has written and directed a number of short films and written for such TV shows as Street Cents, Trailer Park Boys and This Hour and 22mins. He has also written or co-written several feature films, including Beat Down, Relative Happiness and Your Money or Your Wife, which he also directed. This fall his second feature, You Ruined Our Life!, debuted at the Atlantic International Film Festival. Iain is a past Film 5 writer mentor, has taught many screenwriting workshops at AFCOOP and also co-designed its Script Clinic.

    • October 24, 2017
    • 18:00
    • December 05, 2017
    • 21:00
    • 5663 Cornwallis St. Suite 101
    • 13
    Register

    This 6-week screenwriting workshop is designed for individuals looking to develop a short or feature film script. Each week, participants will learn about a particular element of screenwriting and how to apply it to their project. Additionally, participants will receive feedback on their writing progress from the workshop instructors and peers. While this course works for a script at any stage of development, it is strongly advised that you come with a clear concept of the project you intend to develop throughout the 8 weeks. Feature and short scripts will be accepted.

    Note: This workshop will be six weeks long, running Monday evenings 6pm – 9pm, October 24th to December 5th. Non members should consider purchasing an associate membership (40$ tax included) in order to qualify for member pricing. 

    Price: $195/250+HST (AFCOOP members / non-members)

    INSTRUCTORS: 

    Iain MacLeod is a screenwriter and filmmaker based in Halifax. Educated at the Canadian Film Centre he has written and directed a number of short films and written for such TV shows as Street Cents and Trailer Park Boys. He has also written or co-written several feature films, including Beat Down, Relative Happiness and Your Money or Your Wife, which he also directed. This past summer he directed his second feature (You Ruined Our Life) currently in post-production. Iain is a past Film 5 writer mentor, has taught many screenwriting workshops at Afcoop and co-designed its Script Clinic.

    Bretten Hannam is a metis (Mi’kmaw/Ojibwe) writer-director based in Jipuktuk in Mi’kma’ki (Halifax, Nova Scotia). His films focus primarily on outcasts and outsiders, dealing with themes of identity, tradition, and community. His short film, DEEP END was shown at film festivals across the world, including Frameline, BFI Flare, and the Iris Prize in Cardiff. He co-wrote the short CHAMPAGNE which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. His first feature-length film, NORTH MOUNTAIN, won Best Original Score at the Atlantic Film Festival 2015, and Best Feature Film by Screen Nova Scotia 2016. He is a Fellow of the Praxis Centre for Screenwriters, Outfest Screenwriting Lab, as well as an alumnus of the Canadian Film Centre’s Screenwriting Lab. Recently his feature script WAISIS was shortlisted for the Sundance International Screenwriting Lab 2015, and qualified as quarter finalist in the Nicholl Fellowships 2016.



    • October 28, 2017
    • 10:00
    • October 29, 2017
    • 17:00
    • Gaelic College

    Sorry, but this event is now sold out. You can join the waitlist and we will send you an email when additional spaces become available.

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    Languages of Nova Scotia is a film training initiative celebrating language diversity in Nova Scotia, presented by the Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP). A’ Ghàidhlig / Gaelic has been chosen as one of five languages being celebrated as part of this initiative. A Filmmaking Weekend Workshop will take place on October 28/29 2017 at the Gaelic College in Cape Breton. It is free to register and no prior filmmaking experience is required. Please note, workshop will be delivered primarily in English.

     

    Location: The Gaelic College (51779 Cabot Trail, Englishtown, NS B0C 1H0)

    Date: October 28th and 29th (Saturday and Sunday)

    Time: 10am - 5pm

    Cost: FREE!


    * Early registrants will be eligible to spend Friday and Saturday evening at the Gaelic College for a more immersive experience (meals included). There are a limited number of rooms available, register soon!

     

    Please reach out to a Languages of Nova Scotia Coordinator at languages@afcoop.ca to express interest in participating in the workshop. Contact AFCOOP:

    Email: languages@afcoop.ca

    Phone: 902 405 4474 ext. 2


    Languages of Nova Scotia is made possible by the generous support of Canada Council New Chapter program and the provincial 150 Forward Fund. AFCOOP is offering free Filmmaking Weekend Workshops in five non-English language communities across Nova Scotia (Farsi, French, Gaelic, Maritime/American Sign Language and L'nui'sin'simk/Mi'kmaq). The workshops will focus on storytelling, a screening of a short film in the chosen language and hands-on practical group exercises immersing participants in the process of filmmaking and feature instructors with a connection to the chosen language/culture.

    • October 31, 2017
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • 5663 Cornwallis St. Suite 101
    • 10
    Register

    This workshop is designed to give participants a balanced understanding of the elements involved in recording moving images for film. Participants will learn the theory of creating an image, working with the camera, working with the lighting department, and a brief overview of the equipment and tools used to create compelling imagery. 

    Instructor: Kevin Fraser

    Price: $40/50+HST (AFCOOP members / non-members)

    Kevin A Fraser is a Canadian Cinematographer who thrives on variation. Shooting everything from fiction feature, television and shorts to documentaries and commercials.

    Commercial clients include Marvel, Tim Hortons, Toyota, Sport Chek, GoodLife Fitness and Nova Scotia Tourism. Kevin has lensed shows for Comedy Network, Discovery, CBC, Doc Channel, W Channel, Super Channel and more. 

    A three time Vimeo Staff Pick Recipient and nominee for the Canadian Cinematographer Society’s “Best Documentary Cinematographer” award Kevin’s work as screened at well over a hundred film festivals on screens all over the world including Palm Springs, Hot Docs, DocNYC & Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in LA. 

    Kevin has had the opportunity to work in every Canadian Province as well as 25 other countries around the world but most importantly he has been thankful work and have fun alongside wonderful directors and crew he considers close friends. 


    • November 01, 2017
    • 06:00 - 09:00
    Register

    WIFT-AT and AFCOOP Present...

    Short Film Masterclass with LuLu Keating. A playful romp through a life's short films with lessons learned along the way Lulu Keating is an award-winning writer, producer and filmmaker. Her films are predominantly independent dramas, animated films and documentaries, and she has also produced for the NFB, CBC and History Television.  Her films have screened at festivals from Chicago to Copenhagen and her work has been honoured with numerous awards around the world. Her films include the internationally acclaimed animated documentary THE MOODY BROOD, and her debut feature film, shot in Zimbabwe, THE MIDDAY SUN. Her second feature, LUCILLE’S BALL, was winner of the $100,000 WIDC Feature Film Award. It screened at festivals internationally, aired on Super Channel, and received six Leo Award nominations, and won the Best Editing award. It won Best Canadian Feature at the Female Eye Film Festival. Keating continues to produce one film a year through her company, Red Snapper Films Limited.

    Keating is active on regional and national organizations, serving on numerous juries and boards of directors. She has taught from coast to coast to coast, for Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Emily Carr and Klondike Institute of Art and Culture.  Keating’s film work has been presented in retrospectives across the country. In 2001, Keating won a residency in Dawson City Yukon, where she now lives. Currently, Keating is developing several feature films and shorts.


    • November 04, 2017
    • 10:00
    • November 05, 2017
    • 17:00
    • Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative
    • 1
    Register

    Languages of Nova Scotia is a film training initiative celebrating language diversity in Nova Scotia, presented by the Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP). Farsi has been chosen as one of five languages being celebrated as part of this initiative. A Filmmaking Weekend Workshop will take place on November 4/5 2017. It is free to register and no prior filmmaking experience is required. Please note, workshop will be delivered in a mix of English and Farsi.

     

    Location: Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (5663 Cornwallis St. Suite 101, Halifax, NS, B3K 1B6)

    Date: November 4th and 5th (Saturday and Sunday)

    Time: 10am - 5pm

    Cost: FREE!

     

    Please reach out to a Languages of Nova Scotia Coordinator at languages@afcoop.ca to express interest in participating in the workshop. Contact AFCOOP:

    Email: languages@afcoop.ca

    Phone: 902 405 4474 ext. 2


    Languages of Nova Scotia is made possible by the generous support of Canada Council New Chapter program and the provincial 150 Forward Fund. AFCOOP is offering free Filmmaking Weekend Workshops in five non-English language communities across Nova Scotia (Farsi, French, Gaelic, Maritime/American Sign Language and L'nui'sin'simk/Mi'kmaq). The workshops will focus on storytelling, a screening of a short film in the chosen language and hands-on practical group exercises immersing participants in the process of filmmaking and feature instructors with a connection to the chosen language/culture.

    • November 07, 2017
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • 5663 Cornwallis St. Suite 101
    • 10
    Register

    A study of the principals of sound, this workshop will cover the art, technique and theory of sound recording for film. The workshop will cover the theory of on-set sound recording, sound foley (reproduced sound), and sound design. Sound is an important part of your project so you can’t afford to miss this information packed workshop!

    Price: $40/50+HST (AFCOOP members / non-members)

    INSTRUCTOR: Christopher Spencer-Lowe (CSL) is an award-winning filmmaker and film educator, arts administrator and media arts advocate, sound recordist / designer and occasional performer of unusual works in public. He moved to Vancouver in the early 90’s and attended the film program at the School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University. Returning to Halifax in the late 90’s, CSL worked briefly in the Nova Scotian film industry until settling in as the Production Coordinator and in-house educator at The Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative in Halifax. He worked there for 14 years while producing/directing short films. CSL continues to remain an active member of the Halifax filmmaking community, teaching workshops and courses and running kinOmatic Film Services.

    • November 11, 2017
    • 10:00
    • November 12, 2017
    • 17:00
    • Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative
    • 12
    Register

    Languages of Nova Scotia est une initiative de formation cinématographique qui célèbre la diversité linguistique en Nouvelle-Écosse, présentée par l' Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP).

    Le français a été choisi comme l'une des cinq langues célébrées dans le cadre de cette initiative. Un atelier cinématographique aura lieu la fin de semaine du 11 novembre 2017, à l'école secondaire de Clare. Il est gratuit de s'inscrire et aucune expérience de film préalable n'est requise.


    Français
    Lieu: L'école Secondaire de Clare (80 Placide Comeau Rd, Meteghan River, N.-É. B0W 2L0)
    Date: 11 et 12 novembre (samedi et dimanche)
    Heure: 10h à 17h
    Coût: GRATUIT!
    Enregistrement: https:// afcoop.wildapricot.org/ event-2653955
    Plus d'infos: afcoop.ca/french


    Veuillez contacter un coordonnateur de Languages of Nova Scotia pour participer à l'atelier.
    Courrier électronique: languages@afcoop.ca
    Téléphone: (902) 405-4474 ext. 2


    Les ateliers se concentreront sur le conte, la projection d'un court-métrage en français et des exercices pratiques, pour immerger les participants dans le processus du cinéma. Il sera mené par des instructeurs avec une connexion à la langue et culture francophone.


    À la suite de cet atelier, Languages of Nova Scotia tiendra un appel à candidatures dans une deuxième phase où un cinéaste de chacune des cinq langues sera choisi pour recevoir un mentorat intensif, une formation cinématographique et un soutien à la production pour créer un court métrage dans leur langue respective. La participation aux ateliers gratuits n'est pas obligatoire pour être admissible à la deuxième phase, mais elle est fortement encouragée. Si vous êtes intéressé à en savoir plus sur la deuxième phase, veuillez contacter le coordonnateur de Languages of Nova Scotia à languages@afcoop.ca pour plus amples informations.


    Languages of Nova Scotia est possible par le soutien généreux du programme Canada Council New Chapter et le fond de financement provincial 150 Forward Fund.

    Ce projet est l’un des 200 projets exceptionnels soutenus par le programme Nouveau chapitre du Conseil des arts du Canada. Avec cet investissement 35 M$, le Conseil des arts appuie la création et le partage des arts au cœur de nos vies et dans l’ensemble du Canada.

    English Translation: 


    Languages of Nova Scotia is a film training initiative celebrating language diversity in Nova Scotia, presented by the Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP). Français / French has been chosen as one of five languages being celebrated as part of this initiative. A Filmmaking Weekend Workshop will take place on November 11/12 2017. It is free to register and no prior filmmaking experience is required.

     

    Location: L'école Secondaire de Clare (80 Placide Comeau Rd, Meteghan River, NS B0W 2L0)

    Date: November 11th and 12th (Saturday and Sunday)

    Time: 10am - 5pm

    Cost: FREE!

     

    Please reach out to a Languages of Nova Scotia Coordinator at languages@afcoop.ca to express interest in participating in the workshop. Contact AFCOOP:

    Email: languages@afcoop.ca

    Phone: 902 405 4474 ext. 2


    Languages of Nova Scotia is made possible by the generous support of Canada Council New Chapter program and the provincial 150 Forward Fund. AFCOOP is offering free Filmmaking Weekend Workshops in five non-English language communities across Nova Scotia (Farsi, French, Gaelic, Maritime/American Sign Language and L'nui'sin'simk/Mi'kmaq). The workshops will focus on storytelling, a screening of a short film in the chosen language and hands-on practical group exercises immersing participants in the process of filmmaking and feature instructors with a connection to the chosen language/culture.


    Languages of Nova Scotia is made possible by the generous support of Canada Council New Chapter program and the provincial 150 Forward Fund.
    This is one of the 200 exceptional projects funded through the Canada Council for the Arts’ New Chapter program. With this $35M investment, the Council supports the creation and sharing of the arts in communities across Canada.

    • November 14, 2017
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • 5663 Cornwallis St. Suite 101
    • 14
    Register

    This workshop will explore the tools and techniques available to a director to create projects from script to screen. The workshop will touch on elements like working with actors, visual storytelling, sound design, and the directors’ role in post-production. If you want to be a director, this workshop is for you. 

    Price: $40/50+HST (AFCOOP members / non-members)

    INSTRUCTOR:Cory Bowles is a multidisciplinary artist from Nova Scotia, Canada. He has appeared as an actor in a number of film, radio, and television shows, receiving a Gemini for the role of “Cory” in the TV series TRAILER PARK BOYS, which he currently serves as a director, receiving a nomination for the 2016 DGC award for Outstanding direction in a comedy series. As principal choreographer/director of the companies Verve Mwendo Dance, and Black Rabbit Entertainment, he has created over 70 works / choreographies for stage and film - his work reflecting his fascination to racial identity, social and cultural structures. He wrote and directed the award winning short films THE SCAVENGERS (Fantasia ’08), HEART OF RHYME (TIFF 2011), ANATOMY OF ASSISTANCE (TIFF 2013), RIGHTEOUS (VIFF 2014) BLACK COP (VIFF 2015) that combined, have screened in over 50 festivals worldwide. A sought after teacher and instructor, his workshops take him throughout Canada. As a musician he has scored film, appeared and recorded over a dozen releases, earning him a nomination in the inaugural Hip Hop/Urban category in the East Coast Music Awards. He has also composed for Dance companies, SINS, MOCEAN, and Decidedly Jazz Danceworks in Calgary. He serves on the boards of Arts Nova Scotia, Screen Nova Scotia, was faculty at the Bishop’s University Drama Program and is an alumnus of the 2012 Directors lab at the Canadian Film Centre. He served as Director of Choreography for the CBC KIDS show THE MOBILES and most recently is a director of the award winning CBC mini series STUDIO BLACK! (Seasons 1 & 2). Most recently in 2017 he returned to Decidedly Jazz Danceworks for an ambitious collaboration and adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, serves as a writer for the new CBC comedy, Little Dog and is currently developing a new paranormal comedy entitled "Ride". His first feature BLACK COP, had it’s premiere to sold out audiences at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, and won Best Feature and Best Director at the 2017 FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival.

    After this embarrassingly lengthy Bio he tends to have a vacation just as long.



    • November 15, 2017
    • November 25, 2017
    Register


    Working with Film / Eco-Processing Package

    Working with Super 8 & 16mm
    Wednesday November 15, 6 - 9 PM

    This workshop is intended to give participants an overview of working with super 8 and 16mm film. This workshop is suitable for filmmakers with no experience working with celluloid equipment but who understand the basic process of filmmaking. This workshop will cover technique, cameras, types of film stock, and processing options. Whether you are looking to experience film as it was originally created or you are looking for a new medium to experiment with, this workshop has what you are looking for!

    Instructor: Alex Balkam

    Alex is a film and moving image artist whose work has screened at major festivals across Canada. Alex specializes in small-gauge film camera techniques (Super 8, Regular 16mm and Super 16). Alex was recently named the RBC Emerging Artist 2017 for his expanded cinema project entitled Folded River presented at Nocturne Art At Night.

    Eco-Processing
    Saturday November 25, 10 AM - 5 PM

    Interested in processing film without all the nasty chemicals?  You can with plants and a few simple items from your kitchen!  This workshop offers hands on instruction on how to process black and white Super 8 film in buckets and Lomo tanks using eco-friendly ingredients like coffee and flowers.  Participants will shoot, develop, and watch their films all in one day.

    Instructors: Dawn George & Herb Theriault

    Package Deal $100/$120 + HST (Full Member/Non-Member)



    • November 15, 2017
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • 5663 Cornwallis St. Suite 101
    • 14
    Register

    This workshop is intended to give participants an overview of working with super 8 and 16mm film. This workshop is suitable for filmmakers with no experience working with celluloid equipment but who understand the basic process of filmmaking. This workshop will cover technique, cameras, types of film stock, and processing options. Whether you are looking to experience film as it was originally created or you are looking for a new medium to experiment with, this workshop has what you are looking for!

    Price: $40/50+HST (AFCOOP members / non-members)

    Instructor: Alex Balkam

    Alex is a film and moving image artist whose work has screened at major festivals across Canada. Alex specializes in small-gauge film camera techniques (Super 8, Regular 16mm and Super 16). Alex was recently named the RBC Emerging Artist 2017 for his expanded cinema project entitled Folded River presented at Nocturne Art At Night.

    • November 18, 2017
    • 10:00
    • November 19, 2017
    • 17:00
    • Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative
    Register

    Languages of Nova Scotia is a film training initiative celebrating language diversity in Nova Scotia, presented by the Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP). Maritime Sign Language / American Sign Language has been chosen as one of five languages being celebrated as part of this initiative. A Filmmaking Weekend Workshop will take place at NSCC - Ivany Campus (80 Mawiomi Pl, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 0A5) on November 18th and 19th (Saturday and Sunday).

     

    Location: NSCC - Ivany Campus (80 Mawiomi Pl, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 0A5)

    Date: November 18th and 19th (Saturday and Sunday)

    Time: 10am - 5pm

    Cost: FREE!

     

    Please reach out to a Languages of Nova Scotia Coordinator at languages@afcoop.ca to express interest in participating in the workshop. Contact AFCOOP:

    Email: languages@afcoop.ca

    Phone: 902 405 4474 ext. 2


    Languages of Nova Scotia is made possible by the generous support of Canada Council New Chapter program and the provincial 150 Forward Fund. AFCOOP is offering free Filmmaking Weekend Workshops in five non-English language communities across Nova Scotia (Farsi, French, Gaelic, Maritime/American Sign Language and L'nui'sin'simk/Mi'kmaq). The workshops will focus on storytelling, a screening of a short film in the chosen language and hands-on practical group exercises immersing participants in the process of filmmaking and feature instructors with a connection to the chosen language/culture.

    • November 21, 2017
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • 5663 Cornwallis St. Suite 101
    • 14
    Register

    This workshop will cover the nuanced and intricate process of editing a film. Participants will learn about various editing styles and how they can affect the film as a whole, as well as different techniques to achieve these styles. This workshop will have you on your way to being the next Walter Murch! 

    Price: $40/50+HST (AFCOOP members / non-members)

    Instructor: Sarah Byrne


    • November 25, 2017
    Register

    Eco-Processing

    Saturday November 25, 10 AM - 5 PM

    Interested in processing film without all the nasty chemicals?  You can with plants and a few simple items from your kitchen!  This workshop offers hands on instruction on how to process black and white Super 8 film in buckets and Lomo tanks using eco-friendly ingredients like coffee and flowers.  Participants will shoot, develop, and watch their films all in one day.

    Instructors: Dawn George & Herb Theriault

    $60/$80 + HST (Full Member/Non-Member)


    • November 25, 2017
    • 10:00
    • November 26, 2017
    • 17:00
    • Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative
    • 17
    Register

    Languages of Nova Scotia is a film training initiative celebrating language diversity in Nova Scotia, presented by the Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP). L'nui'sin'simk / Mi'kmaq has been chosen as one of five languages being celebrated as part of this initiative. A Filmmaking Weekend Workshop will take place on November 25th and 26th 2017 at the Allison Bernard Memorial High School in Eskasoni (4673 Shore Rd, Eskasoni, NS B0A 1J0). It is free to register and no prior filmmaking experience is required. Please note, workshop will be delivered primarily in English.

    Location:
    Allison Bernard Memorial High School (4673 Shore Rd, Eskasoni, NS B0A 1J0)

    Date: November 25th and 26th (Saturday and Sunday)

    Time: 10am - 5pm

    Cost: FREE!

    Please reach out to a Languages of Nova Scotia Coordinator at languages@afcoop.ca to express interest in participating in the workshop. Contact AFCOOP:

    Email: languages@afcoop.ca

    Phone: 902 405 4474 ext. 2

    Languages of Nova Scotia is made possible by the generous support of Canada Council New Chapter program and the provincial 150 Forward Fund. AFCOOP is offering free Filmmaking Weekend Workshops in five non-English language communities across Nova Scotia (Farsi, French, Gaelic, Maritime/American Sign Language and L'nui'sin'simk/Mi'kmaq). The workshops will focus on storytelling, a screening of a short film in the chosen language and hands-on practical group exercises immersing participants in the process of filmmaking and feature instructors with a connection to the chosen language/culture.

Past events

October 17, 2017 Intro to Filmmaking
September 26, 2017 FILM 5 Info Session
August 22, 2017 FILM 5 Prep Course #3: Creating Your Dream Team
August 15, 2017 FILM 5 Prep Course #2: Producing is Fun!
August 12, 2017 Caffenol and Beyond Workshop
August 08, 2017 FILM 5 Prep Course #1: Script Clinic
August 02, 2017 FILM 5 Screening & Info Session
May 09, 2017 How To Apply To Film Festivals / FREE Info Session
April 18, 2017 Intro to Sketch Writing
April 10, 2017 Taxes for Filmmakers
March 28, 2017 NSI Features First Info Session
March 21, 2017 Intro to Editing
March 16, 2017 Trainee Meet and Greet
March 12, 2017 Assistant Directing
March 11, 2017 Location Sound Recording
March 09, 2017 Set Etiquette Workshop
March 07, 2017 Intro to Cinematography
February 28, 2017 Intro to Screenwriting
February 25, 2017 Camera Assistant
February 16, 2017 Directors Guild of Canada – Atlantic Region Council Info Session
February 11, 2017 Art Department
February 07, 2017 Intro Series Package
February 07, 2017 Intro to Filmmaking
January 28, 2017 Production Manager's
January 17, 2017 Film 5 Trainee Info Session
December 11, 2016 Documentary Masterclass with John Walker
December 10, 2016 SCREENING: Quebec My Country Mon Pays
December 08, 2016 Colour Correction
December 06, 2016 Intro to Editing
November 29, 2016 Intro to Sound for Film
November 22, 2016 Intro to Production Design
November 19, 2016 Re-Imagining The Short Film: Directing Masterclass
November 18, 2016 Re-Imagining the Short Film: Screening
November 15, 2016 Intro to Lighting
November 10, 2016 Small Gauge Filmmaking
November 08, 2016 Intro to Cinematography
November 06, 2016 Documentary Masterclass with Christine Molloy
November 03, 2016 Writing for Horror
November 01, 2016 Intro to Documentary
October 27, 2016 Free Info Session: Grant Application with Arts NS
October 25, 2016 Intro to Directing
October 24, 2016 Script Clinic Series
October 18, 2016 Intro to Screenwriting
October 11, 2016 Intro Series Package
October 11, 2016 Intro to Narrative Filmmaking
October 04, 2016 Free Info Session: Working with the C300 MKII
September 11, 2016 Documentary Masterclass with José Luis Guerin
September 10, 2016 SCREENING: The Academy of Muses
April 10, 2016 Sound Editing *FILM 5
March 26, 2016 Assistant Editing *FILM 5
March 24, 2016 Location Sound Recording FILM 5
March 20, 2016 First Aid on Set
March 19, 2016 Assistant Directing *FILM 5
March 17, 2016 Post-Production Workflow *FILM 5
March 15, 2016 Set Etiquette *FILM 5
March 12, 2016 Art Department Intensive *FILM 5
March 10, 2016 The Role of the Data Management Technician *FILM 5
March 01, 2016 Intro to Distribution
February 23, 2016 Intro to Editing
February 16, 2016 Intro to Documentary
February 13, 2016 Camera Assistant Intensive *FILM 5
February 09, 2016 Intro to Cinematography
February 02, 2016 Intro to Screenwriting
January 30, 2016 Production Managers' Intensive *FILM 5
January 26, 2016 Intro to Directing
January 19, 2016 Intro to Filmmaking
January 19, 2016 Intro Series Package
January 05, 2016 How to Make Comedies Good
December 01, 2015 Writing For Horror
November 24, 2015 Intro to Distribution (Short Films)
November 17, 2015 Intro to Editing
November 10, 2015 Intro to Lighting
November 03, 2015 Intro to Sound
October 27, 2015 Intro to Cinematography
October 20, 2015 Intro to Directing
October 19, 2015 Advanced Screenwriting
October 13, 2015 Intro to Screenwriting
October 08, 2015 Copyright Issues for Filmmakers - FREE talk
October 06, 2015 Intro Series Package
October 06, 2015 Intro to Filmmaking
May 28, 2015 INTRO TO CELLULOID ANIMATION
May 26, 2015 INTRO TO DIGITAL ANIMATION
May 19, 2015 Animation Package Deal
May 19, 2015 INTRO TO ANIMATION: ARTIST TALKS & SCREENINGS
April 02, 2015 How To Start A Production Company
March 31, 2015 Intro to Directing
March 29, 2015 Emergency First Aid On Set
March 26, 2015 Picture Editing Intensive *FILM 5
March 25, 2015 Intro to Filmmaking in NS
March 24, 2015 FREE Tech Workshop: Kessler Pocket Jib and CineSlider
March 21, 2015 Sound Editing Intensive *FILM 5
March 21, 2015 Lighting and Grip Intensive *FILM 5
March 14, 2015 Camera Assistant Intensive *FILM 5
March 12, 2015 Set Etiquette
March 10, 2015 Post Production Intensive *FILM 5
March 07, 2015 Art Department Intensive *FILM 5
March 05, 2015 The Beautiful Social Doc
March 01, 2015 Assistant Directing *FILM 5
February 26, 2015 FREE Tech Workshop: New Lectrosonics SRB and SMQV Wireless LAV System
February 25, 2015 Intro Package Deal
February 25, 2015 Intro to Screenwriting
February 24, 2015 Intro to Working with Actors
February 21, 2015 Location Sound Recording Intensive *FILM 5
February 17, 2015 FREE Info Session: Casting
February 12, 2015 Cinematography: A Visual Primer *FILM 5
February 09, 2015 Advanced Screenwriting
February 07, 2015 Production Managers’ Intensive *FILM 5
February 05, 2015 Intro to Directing
February 04, 2015 DMT – Learn the role of the Data Management Technician *FILM 5
February 03, 2015 Continuity and Script Supervision *FILM 5
January 22, 2015 Intro to Screenwriting
January 20, 2015 Intro Package Deal
January 20, 2015 Intro to Filmmaking in NS
December 09, 2014 Comedy Writing In Film…Ha!
November 08, 2014 Just Shoot It! A DIY filmmaking workshop
November 03, 2014 Grant Writing
October 28, 2014 Intro to Screenwriting
October 09, 2014 Intro to Directing
October 06, 2014 Intro to Filmmaking in NS
October 02, 2014 Intro to Filmmaking Series
October 02, 2014 Intro to Screenwriting
September 04, 2014 FILM 5 Info Session
August 12, 2014 Practical Magic – Practical Effects on a Shoestring
July 22, 2014 Hand Processing Small Gauge Film $45/$55
July 15, 2014 Small Gauge Filming (8 or 16MM) $40/$50
July 02, 2014 Short Film Distribution $35/45
June 10, 2014 HIFF Screening - Centre For Art Tapes 35th Anniversary Screening
June 10, 2014 HIFF Screening - Tower
June 09, 2014 HIFF Screening - Atlantic Auteurs
June 09, 2014 HIFF Screening - imagineNative Showcase | Shorts Program
June 08, 2014 HIFF Screening - Asphalt Watches
June 08, 2014 HIFF Screening - Reprogrammed
June 07, 2014 HIFF Screening - Ken Fucks Up
June 07, 2014 HIFF Screening - Manakamana
June 07, 2014 HIFF Screening - East of Ordinary
June 06, 2014 HIFF Screening - AFCOOP 40th Anniversary Shorts 1990's & 2000's
June 06, 2014 HIFF Screening - AFCOOP 40th Anniversary Shorts 1970's & 1980's
June 06, 2014 HIFF Festival Pass 2014
June 01, 2014 Bunker 6 Screening
May 20, 2014 How to Apply to Film Festivals - Free Workshop
May 07, 2014 Volunteer Orentation
April 29, 2014 "Reel Justice" Screening during Mayworks
April 24, 2014 AFCOOP's Spring General Meeting
April 10, 2014 Life’s a Pitch- the basics of pitching your idea to a TV broadcaster
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