Workshop Registration & Membership Site

Workshop Registration & Membership Site

Upcoming Workshops

    • January 27, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    • 0
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    This workshop will cover the basics to get you started on your analogue film journey. It will explore the differences between Super 8, 16mm, and 35mm, look at some different camera options, talk about the pros and cons of labs versus hand processing, and touch on film editing too. If you've ever wanted to give celluloid a try this is your chance!

    Instructor: Chris Spencer-Lowe (CSL)

    Christopher Spencer-Lowe (CSL) is an award-winning filmmaker, media artist and performer of unusual works in public. His short TRANSFER (2014), created from found super 8 home movies and semi-autobiographical scripted sequences garnered significant attention and awards at multiple festivals. NOSTALGIACHOLIA, LIVE FROM THE PAST (Halifax, Nocturne Art at Night, 2015), an installation where passers-by were literally projected inside of the home movies of strangers was experienced by over 1,400 participants in one night. Coming full circle, CSL’s third work in the ‘Nostalgiacholia’ trilogy was appropriately co-created by his daughter and inspiration, Harley, from age two to age four. TWO (2016), commissioned by AFCOOP, screened at various festivals and galleries internationally. The short uses fragmented Super 8 photography and treated recordings of Harley and CSL’s two years at home together to re-create the experience of memory in the cinema. CSL‘s short film commission, ALETORIA (2017), established a new cinematic interest for CSL, that of using chance and aleatoric practices to create work in a cinematic context.

    Parallel to this direction, CSL formed the performance collective HUMAN DESIRE MACHINE with Czech-Canadian artist Misha Horacek in 2015. The duo combine performance action, movement, live sound creation and expanded cinema elements to create interdisciplinary live performances. The core explorations of HDM lie in the relationships between living bodies and inanimate machines, ritual actions as a force for change and the re-purposing of objects and outmoded technology as dramatic instruments.

    CSL is an active member of the Halifax filmmaking and arts community, often teaching film and media art and serving on various boards and committees.

    AFCOOP’s NEW Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities we have created a new pay-what-you-can style pricing plan for our Fall Workshop series. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked.

    $45 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor (instructors are paid $40/hr) as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop. 

    $25 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs. 

    $0 - FREE :) This rate acknowledges that financial means should not be a barrier to becoming a filmmaker.  



    • January 29, 2022
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • Zoom
    Register

    This workshop is open to the public as a part of the FILM 5 and Trainee programs. 

    This one-day workshop will cover the specific functions of the AD team and provide an overview of how the AD team organizes an efficient independent film. Pre-production and production requirements will be discussed in detail including script breakdown, shooting schedules, on-set responsibilities, and co-ordination of the cast and crew.


    This workshop is now scheduled to be delivered online.


    Instructor: Nicole Holland 


    Note: Required for FILM 5 Assistant Director trainees

    Price: $80/60 (Full Rate / Reduced Rate)

    AFCOOP’s Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities, while trying to balance the hard costs of running a program like FILM 5, we have a lower base cost and have introduced a reduced rate too. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked. If the cost is still a barrier please contact us and we will make our best efforts to ensure you can attend.

    $80 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop.

    $60 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs.





    • February 01, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    • 5
    Register

    Come learn about funding opportunities for independent filmmakers in Nova Scotia! This workshop will provide insight into where to look and how to apply, and is geared toward beginners. 

    Location: Zoom

    Instructor: Stephanie Joline

    Stephanie Joline is an Indigenous writer, director, and producer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her Indigenous roots come from her mother who is Inuit from Labrador; her father is French Acadian from the South shore of Nova Scotia. Equally adept at film and television, Stephanie's stories provoke conversation, break boundaries, and are deeply rooted in inclusivity and feminism. Stephanie is part of a new cohort of filmmakers who are elevating Nova Scotia screen arts, executing big ideas on small budgets, to an international level.

    Stephanie Joline is an Indigenous writer, director, and producer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her Indigenous roots come from her mother who is Inuit from Labrador; her father is French Acadian from the South shore of Nova Scotia. Equally adept at film and television, Stephanie's stories provoke conversation, break boundaries, and are deeply rooted in inclusivity and feminism. Stephanie is part of a new cohort of filmmakers who are elevating Nova Scotia screen arts, executing big ideas on small budgets, to an international level.

    Her feature films include Night Blooms (2021), a coming-of-age story set in the 1990s; andPlay Your Gender (2016), a documentary that pulls back the curtain on gender bias in the music industry.

    Stephanie has also directed for television and streaming platforms (Stream Me 2020, Amazon Prime; Farm Crime 2020 CBC Gem; Spirit Talker 2019, APTN), made several short films, and created music videos for Gabrielle Papillon, Nathan Wiley, and Nicole Ariana among others. In 2020 she was awarded the Irving Avrich Award from TIFF recognizing rising Canadian talent. As Night Blooms begins its festival run, she recently made the long list for the DGC Discovery Award, which highlights some of the best Canadian emerging directors to keep an eye on this festival season.


    AFCOOP’s NEW Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities we have created a new pay-what-you-can style pricing plan for our Fall Workshop series. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked.

    $25 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor (instructors are paid $40/hr) as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop. 

    $15 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs. 

    $0 - FREE :) This rate acknowledges that financial means should not be a barrier to becoming a filmmaker.  



    • February 05, 2022
    • 10:00
    • February 06, 2022
    • 17:00
    • Zoom
    Register

    This workshop is open to the public as a part of the FILM 5 and Trainee programs. 

    This Art Department Intensive workshop will centre around what it takes to properly understand and break down a script in Art Department terms. We will look at the roles within the art department, the conceptual sketches and ideas that designers produce, the layers involved in putting sets together, and how colour affects the visceral response of a set.

    This workshop is now scheduled to be delivered online.
    Instructor: Luke Merdsoy

    Note: Required for FILM 5 Art Department trainee 

    Day 1: Feb 5th, 10am - 5pm

    Day 2: Feb 6th, 10am - 5pm

    Price: $160/120 (Full Rate/Reduced Rate)

    AFCOOP’s Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities, while trying to balance the hard costs of running a program like FILM 5, we have a lower base cost and have introduced a reduced rate too. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked. If the cost is still a barrier please contact us and we will make our best efforts to ensure you can attend.

    $160 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop.

    $120 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs.

    • February 08, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    • 9
    Register

    Horror is one of the most popular genres in filmmaking, and it has it's own particular writing style. In this workshop, you will learn how screenwriting for horror is different than writing for other genres, and how to avoid common pitfalls.    

    Location: Zoom

    Instructor: Colin MacDonald

    Colin MacDonald is an award winning filmmaker who has been honing his creative talents in the screen industry for over ten years. His dreams of becoming a filmmaker started at an early age when films like Night of the living dead, Robocop and Jaws captured his imagination.

    Colin has written and directed over a dozen short films and music videos including the award-winning projects Hangnail (2020), Presents (2019), and Presence (2013).

    Colin's most recent film Hangnail has become a viral sensation, premiering exclusively at Dread Central and garnishing over 10,000 views online. It has also screened at over twenty festivals around the world and won five awards including, Best Special Effects, Best Original Score and Goriest Film.

    Colin is currently finishing post-production on his next body horror film Stitches and is in development on his next short film Hunters’ Orange.

    AFCOOP’s NEW Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities we have created a new pay-what-you-can style pricing plan for our Fall Workshop series. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked.

    $25 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor (instructors are paid $40/hr) as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop. 

    $15 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs. 

    $0 - FREE :) This rate acknowledges that financial means should not be a barrier to becoming a filmmaker.  



    • February 12, 2022
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • TBC
    Register

    This workshop is open to the public as a part of the FILM 5 and Trainee programs. 

    This one-day workshop will cover the specific functions of the the lighting grip departments on a film set.

    Currently scheduled to be delivered In-person.


    Instructor: TBD   


    Note: Required for FILM 5 Lighting & Grip trainees

    Price: $80/60 (Full Rate / Reduced Rate)

    AFCOOP’s Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities, while trying to balance the hard costs of running a program like FILM 5, we have a lower base cost and have introduced a reduced rate too. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked. If the cost is still a barrier please contact us and we will make our best efforts to ensure you can attend.

    $80 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop.

    $60 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs.





    • February 13, 2022
    • 10:00 - 19:00
    • AFCOOP
    Register

    This workshop is open to the public as a part of the FILM 5 and Trainee programs. 

    This workshop will cover the lifesaving essentials of any life-threatening medical emergency, with particular emphasis on how to deal with scenarios while working on a film set! You'll learn how to properly perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), and how to deal with: heart attacks, strokes, choking, how to use a defibrillator, and more. This eight hour course is an asset to any work place and will provide recognized certification in Emergency First Aid/CPR.


    Instructor: Brent MacRae


    This workshop is currently planned to be held at the AFCOOP office following the provincial COVID health and safety protocols in place at the time.


    Price: $80/60 (Full Rate / Reduced Rate)

    AFCOOP’s Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities, while trying to balance the hard costs of running a program like FILM 5, we have a lower base cost and have introduced a reduced rate too. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked. If the cost is still a barrier please contact us and we will make our best efforts to ensure you can attend.

    $80 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop.

    $60 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs.



    • February 14, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    Register

    What happens after all the filming has wrapped up? The post-production team goes to work! This workshops will explore the overall post-production workflow for a short film. Participants will be given an overview of the role of the DMT, off-line vs. on-line editing, colour correction, sound design, foley, audio mixing and deliverable formats. 

    This workshop is now scheduled to be delivered online.

    Instructor: TBD

    Note: Required for FILM 5 Assistant Editor trainees

    Price: $40/30 (Full Rate / Reduced Rate)

    AFCOOP’s Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities, while trying to balance the hard costs of running a program like FILM 5, we have a lower base cost and have introduced a reduced rate too. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked. If the cost is still a barrier please contact us and we will make our best efforts to ensure you can attend.

    $40 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop.

    $30 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs.



    • February 15, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    • 13
    Register

    Dig deeper into the hidden meaning of films through an analysis of filmmaking elements such as dialogue, camera movements, framing, visual metaphor, blocking, and mise-en-scène. This workshop will provide insight and inspiration to anyone who is looking to enhance their own films, or better understand the intended meaning of films as a viewer.      

    Location: Zoom

    Instructor: Ron Foley-MacDonald 

    Ron Foley MacDonald has worked in the motion picture industry for over 30 years, with extensive stints with the National Film Board of Canada (on such films as Margaret’s MuseumAll The Right Stuff, and Justice Denied), the Atlantic Film Festival (where he was the senior programmer for two decades), and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. A widely published writer and critic, his work has appeared in the Halifax Daily News (where he was the theatre and music critic for years), The Globe and MailThe National Post, and Canada’s film magazine, Take One. He taught film history for 15 years at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and has also taught at Dalhousie University and Mount Saint Vincent University. A founder of the East Coast Music Awards, Ron is a former member of the band The Fourth Wall and an award-winning songwriter. He has sat on arts juries for a number of organizations, including The Canada Council and the Ontario Arts Council.

    Ron has been the owner and President of the Halifax-based multimedia production and distribution company, Winter Light Productions, since its founding in 2014. He is a member of the Documentary Organization of Canada, and the Atlantic Filmmakers’ Co-Op.  His producing credits include the television series The Classical Now, the documentary Denise Djokic: Seven Days, Seven Nights, the feature films Exit Thread, The Cuckoo in the ClockRoundabout, and The Colour of Spring,  the ongoing television series HauntedNSK9SlainteMaritime MuseumsWalkabout, and Handcrafted, and The TV mini-series Cinema 902, where he also made his debut as a feature film director with Shadow In The Mirror.

    Ron is currently gearing up to direct his second feature film, Sleepwatching, as part of the second series of Cinema 902. He will also be acting as Producer on the dramatic series The Last Divide, filming in 2021, as well as HauntedWalkaboutMaritime Museums, and Handcrafted, all of which film new seasons in 2021.

    AFCOOP’s NEW Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities we have created a new pay-what-you-can style pricing plan for our Fall Workshop series. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked.

    $25 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor (instructors are paid $40/hr) as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop. 

    $15 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs. 

    $0 - FREE :) This rate acknowledges that financial means should not be a barrier to becoming a filmmaker.  



    • February 17, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    Register

    The Script Supervisor is an essential role on a professional film set. Learn from an industry professional about continuity and matching, what to watch for during filming, and how script continuity contributes to the quality and effectiveness of a film.

    This workshop is now scheduled to be delivered online.

    Instructor: Nicole Holland


    Note: Required for FILM 5 Continuity Trainees.

    Price: $40/30 (Full Rate / Reduced Rate)

    AFCOOP’s Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities, while trying to balance the hard costs of running a program like FILM 5, we have a lower base cost and have introduced a reduced rate too. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked. If the cost is still a barrier please contact us and we will make our best efforts to ensure you can attend.

    $40 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop.

    $30 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs.



    • February 22, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    • 18
    Register

    In this workshop participants will learn the basics of costume design, and how colour, fabric, style, and fit can help tell your story in a more meaningful way. Costumes are an important part of the overall look of our films, and can inform us about character and storyline. Come learn this important visual language so you can apply it to your own filmmaking practices!   

    Location: Zoom

    Instructor: Emlyn Murray

    EMLYN MURRAY is a costume designer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. An alumna of Costume Studies at Dalhousie University, Emlyn has been designing for theatre and film since 2014. Recent design credits for film include Studio Black! (CBC), Forgive Me (Emotion Pictures), These Woods are Haunted (Travel Channel), Splinters (Emotion Pictures), Halloween Party (Northeast Films), 8:37 Rebirth (Rebirth Films Inc), Wildhood (Rebel Roads Films). In 2018 Emlyn spent a week in Dublin shadowing costume designer Giovanni Lipari during production of Into the Badlands S3 (AMC). In 2018 she won the Robert Merritt Theatre Award for Outstanding Costume Design for her work on Princess Rules (HEIST). In 2019 her designs for Princess Rules were featured as part of the emerging designers Canadian exhibit at the Prague Quadrennial.

    AFCOOP’s NEW Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities we have created a new pay-what-you-can style pricing plan for our Fall Workshop series. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked.

    $25 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor (instructors are paid $40/hr) as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop. 

    $15 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs. 

    $0 - FREE :) This rate acknowledges that financial means should not be a barrier to becoming a filmmaker.  



    • February 24, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    Register

    In this workshop you will learn what the DMT is responsible for, how to handle digital files on-set, the essentials of backing up and what software to use.

    This workshop is now scheduled to be delivered online.

    Instructor: Andrew Coll

    Note: Required for FILM 5 DMT trainees

    Price: $40/30 (Full Rate / Reduced Rate)

    AFCOOP’s Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities, while trying to balance the hard costs of running a program like FILM 5, we have a lower base cost and have introduced a reduced rate too. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked. If the cost is still a barrier please contact us and we will make our best efforts to ensure you can attend.

    $40 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop.

    $30 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs.


    Instructor Biography

    An award-winning filmmaker, musician, and multimedia artist, Andrew Coll looks for ways to incorporate his various passions into all his work. His short film Duet (produced through AFCOOP’s FILM 5 program) was a national semi-finalist on CBC Television's Short Film Faceoff competition, and he is a frequent director of multi-camera live broadcasts for Symphony Nova Scotia, Scotia Festival of Music, ReJigged Festival, Upstream Music and others, as well as an in-demand freelance videographer, editor and data management technician. A graduate of Dalhousie University in classical piano performance, he has performed as soloist with orchestras and theatre companies, and his large-scale immersive multimedia works have been seen by thousands. Visit andrewcoll.ca to find out more.



    • February 26, 2022
    • 10:00
    • February 27, 2022
    • 17:00
    • AFCOOP
    Register

    This workshop is open to the public as a part of the FILM 5 and Trainee programs.


    This two-day course covers the tasks associated with a being a 1st assistant camera, loader and trainee as well as the basics of camera operation. Topics covered include the working relationship with the DOP, focus pulling, slating, marking, reports, loading, light meters roles in the department, the industry as a whole and the next steps to take, priorities of an assistant – Setting up camera, changing locations, which gear to take first, weather gear and so much more.

    Currently scheduled to be delivered In-person.

    Instructor: TBC

    Note: Required for FILM 5 Camera Assistant trainee 

    Day 1: Feb 26th, 10am - 5pm

    Day 2: Feb 27th, 10am - 5pm

    This workshop is currently planned to be held at the AFCOOP office following the provincial COVID health and safety protocols in place at the time.

    Price: $160/120 (Full Rate / Reduced Rate)

    AFCOOP’s Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities, while trying to balance the hard costs of running a program like FILM 5, we have a lower base cost and have introduced a reduced rate too. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked. If the cost is still a barrier please contact us and we will make our best efforts to ensure you can attend.

    $160 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop.

    $120 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs.

    • February 28, 2022
    • 17:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    Register

    This workshop is open to the public as a part of the FILM 5 and Trainee programs. 

    Learn all about the jargon, the do's and don’ts and find out what to expect your first time on a film set. This course is required for all on set FILM 5 trainees and is included as part of the FILM 5 application fee. If you have previously taken this course, you are not required to take it again.  

    This workshop will run from 5 - 9pm.

    This workshop is now scheduled to be delivered online.

    (Required for all FILM 5 Trainees)

    Price: $60 

    Instructor: Jenny Reeves

    Jenny Reeves has been a member of IATSE Local 849 representing Motion Picture Technicians in Maritime Canada for 7 years in the craft service department. She was organized into the local in 2011 and now serves the organization as President. She also serves as the co-chair of the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour Anti-Racism and Human Rights Committee.

    Since Becoming President of Local 849 in 2017, Jenny has undertaken strategies within the local to organize and grow the membership. She is committed to continuing education and has recently received a Diploma from the IATSE Executive Officers Training Institute and earned a certificate in the Women in Leadership Program at Cornell University. Passionate about safety and equality, Jenny actively promotes anti-harassment initiatives and diversity and inclusion within the industry. She started teaching Set Etiquette and Set Safety workshops within the local and for other industry organizations such as AFCOOP, NB Film Co-op, and the NSCC Screen Arts program.

    Before going into the film world, Jenny worked in various other industries including forestry, manufacturing, construction and the oilfield.

    Jenny lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia with her partner Kimberley and their dog Ziggy. She works full time in her craft as well as helping out with the family forestry business and undertaking her duties to the local. In her downtime she enjoys cooking, camping and other outdoor activities such as paddling and snowshoeing.

    • March 01, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    • 17
    Register

    Add another useful skill to your filmmaking toolkit! Stop motion animation is a popular style of animation which employs objects or sculpted figures to tell a story, often in miniature form. The movements of the figures are captured one frame at a time and then combined to create a moving image. This is an accessible and fun way to add production value to your next project.    

    Location: Zoom

    Instructor: Jenna Marks

    In a region that is no more than an hour from the ocean in any direction, it is no surprise that Jenna Marks' animated films are heavily influenced by her deep rooted connection to water and nature. Her home's rural seclusion yet diverse social economy gives her a vulnerable, honest and unique voice in the Canadian cinema landscape of today.

    AFCOOP’s NEW Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities we have created a new pay-what-you-can style pricing plan for our Fall Workshop series. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked.

    $25 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor (instructors are paid $40/hr) as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop. 

    $15 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs. 

    $0 - FREE :) This rate acknowledges that financial means should not be a barrier to becoming a filmmaker.  



    • March 02, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • AFCOOP
    Register

    This workshop is open to the public as a part of the FILM 5 and Trainee programs. 

    Build a foundation for location sound recording in this informative workshop. In this course, our industry professional will provide instruction in technique, equipment and basic theory.


    This workshop has been rescheduled and is now planned to happen in person. If closer to the date of the workshop it is unsafe to proceed in person the we will shift back online at the same time. 


    Instructor: Graham Colwell


    Note: Required for FILM 5 Sound Recordist trainee

    Price: $40/30 (Full Rate / Reduced Rate)

    AFCOOP’s Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities, while trying to balance the hard costs of running a program like FILM 5, we have a lower base cost and have introduced a reduced rate too. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked. If the cost is still a barrier please contact us and we will make our best efforts to ensure you can attend.

    $40 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop.

    $30 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs.



    • March 03, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    Register

    This workshop is open to the public as a part of the FILM 5 and Trainee programs. 

    Respect on Set will cover more on appropriate behaviour when working on a film set and how to handle bullying and harassment when it happens.

    Instructor: Jenny Reeves

    This workshop is now scheduled to be delivered online.


    Price: Free

    • March 08, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    • 18
    Register

    Learn about the art and practical aspects of the Props department, and how you can apply these practices to your own films. Props require a great deal of attention to detail as they are usually featured and handled by the actors on-screen, and can include anything from a sword to a slice of pizza! This workshop will teach you the basics to get you started.  

    Location: Zoom

    AFCOOP’s NEW Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities we have created a new pay-what-you-can style pricing plan for our Fall Workshop series. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked.

    $25 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor (instructors are paid $40/hr) as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop. 

    $15 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs. 

    $0 - FREE :) This rate acknowledges that financial means should not be a barrier to becoming a filmmaker.  



    • March 10, 2022
    • 18:00 - 19:30
    • Zoom
    Register

    The trainee meet and greet is designed to help FILM 5 teams meet with potential trainees so that the best possible matches are made. This is an opportunity for trainees to approach FILM 5 teams and express interest in working on their project. 

    The trainee meet and greet also functions as a networking event giving everyone involved a chance to get to know each other producing possible future working relationships. 

    The trainee meet and greet is only open to trainees and members of the FILM 5 program. 


    This event is now scheduled to be delivered online.


    Price: FREE

    • March 15, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    • 15
    Register

    Have you ever wondered how to navigate the film and videography world as a freelancer? In this workshop, we will explore the world of freelance videography and cover everything from how to find consistent work to what is expected of you and what kind of gear you might need to get the gig.   

    Location: Zoom

    Instructor: Sobaz Benjamin

    Sobaz Benjamin, first and foremost a storyteller, is the Founder and Executive Director of an innovative, arts-based, youth and adult engagement, empowerment and reintegration not-for-profit in Halifax, called In My Own Voice (iMOVe) Arts Association,(2007).  Sobaz is a documentary film-maker, as well as a community developer, advocate, youth mentor, program director, facilitator, public speaker: a Social Entrepreneur.  

    His work has been screened across Canada and in venues and Festivals in New Zealand, Bermuda and New York.  He has completed documentaries for the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).  Sobaz uses his experience as an independent filmmaker in his community- based work with marginalized youth, adults and community. 

    AFCOOP’s NEW Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities we have created a new pay-what-you-can style pricing plan for our Fall Workshop series. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked.

    $25 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor (instructors are paid $40/hr) as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop. 

    $15 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs. 

    $0 - FREE :) This rate acknowledges that financial means should not be a barrier to becoming a filmmaker.  



    • March 22, 2022
    • 18:00 - 21:00
    • Zoom
    • 12
    Register

    This workshop will provide you with insight into the festival and distribution scene in Canada, and help you determine the next steps needed to get your film out there and get the attention of festivals, distributors, and online platforms that fit your project.

    Location: Zoom

    Instructor: Taylor Olson

    Taylor Olson (he/him) is an actor & filmmaker based in Mi’kma’ki/ Nova Scotia.

    His first feature film - Bone Cage - has been released to critical acclaim; sweeping the awards at the FIN Atlantic International Film Festival and earning over twenty other accolades at festivals around the globe. Bone Cage screened in competition at Camerimage, the Forward Future section of the Beijing International Film Festival, Dances With Films, and has an upcoming screening at Cinequest Film Festival this fall. Bone Cage was nominated for two Canadian Screen Awards in 2021 for Adapted Screenplay & Supporting Actress. Taylor is the recipient of the 2020 Arts Nova Scotia Emerging Artist Award. 

    AFCOOP’s NEW Workshop Access Policy

    AFCOOP recognizes there are systemic inequities which create barriers for people in accessing film training. In an effort to address and recognize historical and present-day inequities we have created a new pay-what-you-can style pricing plan for our Fall Workshop series. Please feel free to sign up for whatever price-point you are most comfortable with. No questions asked.

    $25 - regular rate. This rate covers the cost of paying our instructor (instructors are paid $40/hr) as well as the cost of staff time to organize and promote the workshop. 

    $15 - reduced rate. This rate makes a contribution towards our costs. 

    $0 - FREE :) This rate acknowledges that financial means should not be a barrier to becoming a filmmaker.  



Past events

January 22, 2022 FILM 5 Production Managers Intensive
January 13, 2022 FILM 5 Trainee Info Session
December 02, 2021 Intro to Sound
November 30, 2021 Intro to Editing
November 16, 2021 Intro to Cinematography
November 09, 2021 Intro to Producing
November 06, 2021 FILM 1 Filmmaking Intensive Weekend "B"
November 02, 2021 Intro to Directing
October 26, 2021 Intro to Screenwriting
October 21, 2021 AFCOOP's Fall General Meeting - In PERSON
October 21, 2021 AFCOOP's Fall General Meeting - ZOOM
October 19, 2021 Intro to Filmmaking
October 16, 2021 FILM 1 Filmmaking Intensive Weekend "A"
September 22, 2021 FILM 1 Info Session
September 15, 2021 FILM 5 Info Session
September 14, 2021 RED GEMINI 5K Demo Night
September 09, 2021 FILM 1 Info Session
August 25, 2021 FILM 5 Prep Course - Finding Your Dream Team + Presenting Your Idea
August 18, 2021 FILM 5 Prep Course - Producing is Fun!
August 11, 2021 FILM 5 Prep Course - Script Clinic
August 07, 2021 Phytogram Workshop - Filmmaking with Plants
August 04, 2021 FILM 5 Screening & Info Session
July 22, 2021 AFCOOP's Annual General Meeting
July 15, 2021 Grants for Filmmakers Info Session
June 19, 2021 One New Day Workshop #3 Editing
June 12, 2021 One New Day Workshop #2 Production
June 05, 2021 One New Day Workshop #1 Writing & Prep
June 03, 2021 One New Day Orientation & Artist Talk
March 11, 2021 FILM 5 Trainee Meet & Greet
March 10, 2021 FILM 5 Respect on Set
March 09, 2021 Alt Intro Series: Intro to Analogue Filmmaking
March 08, 2021 FILM 5 Set Etiquette
March 06, 2021 FILM 5 Camera Assistant Intensive
March 02, 2021 Alt Intro Series: Intro to Visual Style
March 01, 2021 FILM 5 DMT
February 28, 2021 FILM 5 Emergency First Aid on Set
February 27, 2021 Micro-budget Story Workshop
February 27, 2021 Micro-budget Feature Film Panel
February 25, 2021 FILM 5 Script Supervision
February 23, 2021 Alt Intro Series: Intro to Sound Design
February 20, 2021 FILM 5 Art Department Intensive
February 18, 2021 FILM 5 Location Sound Recording
February 17, 2021 FILM 5 Post-Production Workflow
February 16, 2021 Alt Intro Series: Intro to Writing Comedy
February 13, 2021 FILM 5 Assistant Directing Intensive
February 09, 2021 Alt Intro Series: Intro to Experimental Filmmaking
February 06, 2021 FILM 5 Production Managers Intensive
January 28, 2021 FILM 5 Trainee Info Session
January 26, 2021 Alt Intro Series: Into to Film Scoring
January 19, 2021 Alt Intro Series: Intro to Filmmaking in Nova Scotia
January 06, 2021 Film Festival Programmer Info Session
December 16, 2020 Weekend Holiday Film Challenge Screening
December 05, 2020 Weekend Holiday Film Challenge
November 24, 2020 Intro Series: Intro to Editing
November 17, 2020 Intro Series: Intro to Sound Recording
November 10, 2020 Intro Series: Intro to Cinematography
November 03, 2020 Intro Series: Intro to Producing
October 27, 2020 Intro Series: Intro to Directing
October 20, 2020 Intro Series: Intro to Screenwriting
October 13, 2020 Intro Series: Intro to Filmmaking in Nova Scotia
September 29, 2020 FILM 5 Info Session
September 03, 2020 FILM 1 Information Session #2
September 01, 2020 FILM 5 Prep Course - Creating Your Dream Team
August 25, 2020 FILM 5 Prep Course - Producing is Fun!
August 20, 2020 FILM 1 Information Session #1
August 18, 2020 FILM 5 Prep Course - Script Clinic
August 11, 2020 FILM 5 Screening & Info Session
July 23, 2020 AFCOOP's Annual General Meeting
July 17, 2020 Balcony Diaries Weekend Film Challenge - PRIDE EDITION!
June 11, 2020 Coop Chat #3 - Do I need crew?
June 04, 2020 Coop Chat #1 - Should I Make this Movie?
May 28, 2020 Coop Chat #2 - Don't Touch the Camera: Working with a DP
May 15, 2020 Balcony Diaries Weekend Film Challenge ROUND II
April 23, 2020 AFCOOP's Spring GM Online!
April 17, 2020 Bell Fibe TV1 Producer Information Session
March 24, 2020 Intro to Editing
March 17, 2020 Intro to Sound Recording
March 10, 2020 Intro to Cinematography
March 09, 2020 *RESCHEDULED* FILM 5 Post-Production Workflow
March 05, 2020 FILM 5 Trainee Meet & Greet
March 02, 2020 FILM 5 Respect on Set
February 29, 2020 FILM 5 Location Sound Recording
February 25, 2020 *CANCELLED* Intro to Producing
February 22, 2020 FILM 5 Camera Assistant's Intensive
February 20, 2020 FILM 5 Continuity & Script Supervision
February 19, 2020 FILM 5 Set Etiquette Workshop
February 18, 2020 Intro to Directing
February 15, 2020 FILM 5 Lighting & Grip Intensive
February 08, 2020 FILM 5 Art Department Intensive
February 04, 2020 Intro to Screenwriting
February 02, 2020 FILM 5 Emergency First Aid on Set
February 01, 2020 FILM 5 Assistant Directing Intensive
January 28, 2020 Intro Series Package
January 28, 2020 Intro to Filmmaking
January 18, 2020 FILM 5 Production Manager's Intensive
January 14, 2020 FILM 5 Trainee Info Session
December 06, 2019 45 Hour Holiday Film Challenge
November 27, 2019 Intro to Cinematography
November 20, 2019 Intro to Producing
November 14, 2019 Intro to Directing
October 23, 2019 Intro to Screenwriting
October 18, 2019 Directing a Micro-budget Feature
October 16, 2019 Intro Series Package
October 16, 2019 Intro to Filmmaking
September 10, 2019 FILM 5 Info Session
August 28, 2019 FILM 1 Info Session - Halifax Central Library
August 27, 2019 FILM 5 Prep Course - Creating Your Dream Team
August 21, 2019 FILM 1 Info Session - Cole Harbour Library
August 20, 2019 FILM 5 Prep Course - Producing is Fun!
August 13, 2019 FILM 5 Prep Course - Script Clinic
July 30, 2019 FILM 5 Screening & Info Session
July 09, 2019 Working as a Director
June 04, 2019 Funding and Budgeting for Documentary
May 29, 2019 Interviewing for Documentary
May 18, 2019 Cinematography for Documentary
May 15, 2019 Spring Workshop Series Package
May 15, 2019 Intro to Documentary
May 14, 2019 How to Apply to Film Festivals / FREE Info Session
March 27, 2019 Intro to Editing
March 13, 2019 Intro to Sound Recording
March 05, 2019 FILM 5 Set Etiquette Workshop
March 02, 2019 FILM 5 Camera Assistant Intensive
February 26, 2019 FILM 5 Post-Production Workflow
February 23, 2019 FILM 5 Lighting and Grip Intensive
February 19, 2019 FILM 5 Continuity and Script Supervision
February 16, 2019 FILM 5 Art Department Intensive
February 06, 2019 Intro Series Package
February 06, 2019 Intro to Filmmaking
February 03, 2019 FILM 5 Assistant Directing Intensive
February 02, 2019 FILM 5 Location Sound Recording
January 12, 2019 FILM 5 Production Manager's Intensive
January 10, 2019 FILM 5 Trainee Info Session
December 04, 2018 Super-8 Holiday Film Challenge & Party
November 28, 2018 Intro to Editing
November 25, 2018 Eco-Processing Film II -- A Greener Reversal Bleach
November 18, 2018 Eco-Processing I - Caffenol and Beyond Workshop
November 14, 2018 Intro to Sound Recording
November 10, 2018 Film Processing Package
November 10, 2018 Chemical Processing Film
October 30, 2018 Intro to Cinematography
October 24, 2018 Documentary Filmmaking With Lulu Keating
October 17, 2018 Safer Spaces Workshop
October 16, 2018 Intro to Directing
October 02, 2018 Intro to Filmmaking
October 02, 2018 Intro Series Package
September 11, 2018 FILM 5 Info Session
September 04, 2018 FILM 5 Prep Course - Finding Your Voice
August 28, 2018 FILM 5 Prep Course - Short Film Panel Discussion
August 25, 2018 The Vintage 16mm Cameras Program
August 21, 2018 FILM 5 Prep Course - Producing is Fun
August 15, 2018 National Screen Institute Info Session
August 14, 2018 FILM 5 Prep Course - Script Clinic
July 31, 2018 FILM 5 Screening & Info Session
June 02, 2018 Handmade 16mm Camera
May 29, 2018 Safer Spaces Workshop & HIFF Volunteer Orientation
May 26, 2018 JK Optical Printer
May 24, 2018 Film Manipulation / Destruction
May 23, 2018 How To Apply To Film Festivals / FREE Info Session
May 19, 2018 Handmade Emulsion
May 15, 2018 Spring Editing Series #3 Da Vinci Resolve
May 10, 2018 MoVI Demo Night
May 08, 2018 Spring Editing Series #2 Adobe After Effects
May 01, 2018 Spring Editing Series #1 Adobe Premiere Pro
May 01, 2018 Spring Editing Series Package
April 24, 2018 Marketing for Film
April 17, 2018 Budgeting & Taxes for Artists
April 07, 2018 Advanced Analogue Intensive
March 27, 2018 Respect on Set
March 23, 2018 FILM 5 Application Fee
March 21, 2018 FILM 5 Trainee Meet & Greet
March 20, 2018 SET ETIQUETTE Workshop
March 13, 2018 FILM 5 Post-Production Workflow
March 11, 2018 First Aid on Set
March 06, 2018 Intro to Editing
February 28, 2018 FILM 5 Location Sound Recording
February 27, 2018 Intro to Cinematography
February 24, 2018 FILM 5 Art Department Intensive
February 21, 2018 FILM 5 Role of the DMT
February 20, 2018 Intro to Screenwriting
February 13, 2018 Intro to Directing
February 06, 2018 Intro to Filmmaking
February 06, 2018 Intro Series Package
February 03, 2018 FILM 5 Camera Assistant Intensive
January 30, 2018 Introduction to Documentary
January 27, 2018 FILM 5 Production Manager's Intensive
January 24, 2018 FILM 5 Trainee Info Session
January 23, 2018 Grant Writing Workshop
January 20, 2018 Avalon: Workshop in Sexualized Violence & Trauma Informed Practice
November 25, 2017 Languages of NS - Filmmaking Weekend Workshop: L'nui'simk / Mi'kmaq
November 25, 2017 Eco-Processing Film
November 21, 2017 Intro to Editing
November 18, 2017 Languages of NS - Filmmaking Weekend Workshop: Maritime Sign Language / American Sign Language
November 15, 2017 Working with Film
November 15, 2017 Working with Film / Eco-Processing Package
November 14, 2017 Intro to Directing
November 11, 2017 Languages of NS - Filmmaking Weekend Workshop: French
November 07, 2017 Intro to Sound for Film
November 04, 2017 Languages of Nova Scotia: Filmmaking Weekend Workshop - Farsi
November 01, 2017 Short Film Masterclass with LuLu Keating
October 31, 2017 Intro to Cinematography
October 24, 2017 Intro to Screenwriting
October 24, 2017 Script Clinic Series
October 17, 2017 Intro to Filmmaking
October 17, 2017 Intro Series Package
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 to Filmmaking
October 06, 2015 Intro Series Package
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 Lighting and Grip Intensive *FILM 5
March 21, 2015 Sound Editing 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 to Filmmaking in NS
January 20, 2015 Intro Package Deal
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 Screenwriting
October 02, 2014 Intro to Filmmaking Series
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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