Apr 17 2015

Employment opportunity for students: Summer Production Teaching Assistant

Here is a great opportunity for Film Students returning to university classes in the fall!

The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative is seeking to hire a student to fill the position of Production Teaching Assistant for the Summer. The duration of the position is 11 weeks commencing May 28, 2015 and ending August 12, 2015.

Responsibilities include the designing, planning and execution of the Filmpool’s week long summer camp for youth ages 13 to 17 years, SaskFilm Camp.

Salary is $15 per hour, 35 hours a week, 11 weeks.

Application deadline is Friday May 8th, 2013

For complete details and responsibilities, visit the Employment Opportunities page or read the PDF.

 

 

Permanent link to this article: http://www.filmpool.ca/employment-opportunity-for-summer-students-production-teaching-assistant/

Apr 13 2015

Jaimz Asmundson – SCREENING & ARTIST TALK

WINNIPEG FILMMAKER, JAIMZ ASMUNDSON, WILL BE IN REGINA MAY 1, FOR A SCREENING OF HIS LATEST WORKS.

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Jaimz Asmundson is a Winnipeg-based media artist, working primarily in film & video and most recently in expanded cinema and music performance. His award-winning works have traveled to film festivals worldwide, including a retrospective and residency in Cologne, Germany. Jaimz is a curatorial member of the WNDX Festival of Moving Image and is currently the Cinematheque Programming Director at the Winnipeg Film Group.

For more info on the event click HERE

Permanent link to this article: http://www.filmpool.ca/jaimz-asmundson-screening-artist-talk/

Apr 13 2015

Terrance Odette ARTIST TALK

terrance-odette-smallOn April 11th at the RPL Film theatre, award-winning feature-filmmaker Terrance Odette spoke to an audience about what it takes to make a Canadian feature film. Fascinated with the Neorealism genre and such films as The 400 Blows, Terrance set out to create stories structured in a similar way. Enthused by the simplicity of the journey film, where a single character is sent on a journey,  Terrance set out to shoot his first feature on a mishmash of 35mm film ends that he had been saving in his freezer. With a budget of only $350,000 he was able to create Heater, which went on to win Best Screenplay & Best Director at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
Terrance has had much success in his feature filmmaking career, and we were very lucky to get the chance to hear him speak about how he got to where he is now.  – Thanks Terrance!

Permanent link to this article: http://www.filmpool.ca/terrance-odette-artist-talk-2/

Apr 02 2015

Terrance Odette ARTIST TALK

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Award-winning feature-filmmaker Terrance Odette will complement the screening of his latest film, Fall, with an artist’s talk about the project and what it takes to make a Canadian feature film. From working with Canadian producers to working with an editor, this talk will open your eyes to everything that goes into making a feature film.

Artist Talk: Saturday April 11 at 1-4pm at the RPL Film Theatre
Free Admission.

Fall will be screening at the RPL Film Theatre
Thursday/Saturday, 7-9 pm

Friday/Sunday, 9-11 pm

Terrance Odette will be screening his 3 previous feature films
Heater, Saint Monica and Sleeping Dogs
this weekend April 10-12th as well.
For full details please visit the RPL Film Theatre’s wesbite by clicking HERE.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.filmpool.ca/terrance-odette-artist-talk/

Mar 30 2015

Visual Storytelling Workshop

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Expanded Cinema Workshop II: Visual Storytelling
April 12th (Sun) 1pm – 6pm
The 2nd workshop in the Expanded Cinema Artist-in-Residence program at the Filmpool.
Guest Lecturer, Chrystene Ells, will run a jam-packed crash course that will change the way you plan, shoot, and edit films.
This seminar will outline a process of visual pre-production for film or animation, based on design principles, basic storytelling and visual progression: visual elements that greatly affect the impact and progression of any type of visual story, focusing particularly on the applications of these elements in film, video, and animation, and ways in which the application of design elements affects the psychological impact and structure when visually crafting a story.
REGISTRATION
$30 for Filmpool Members
Free for Great Saskatchewan Timelapse Artists

To register call or email the Filmpool 306-757-8818 – or – [email protected]
Someone will contact you by April 10th to inform you whether you have successfully been enrolled.

Payment is payable to The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative – or – The Filmpool; Filmpool can only accept cheque, cash or money order. Sorry, no credit or debit cards accepted at this time. 

Permanent link to this article: http://www.filmpool.ca/visual-storytelling-workshop/

Mar 20 2015

Independent Visions: Films for One to Eight Projectors

The next Independent Visions – Films for One to Eight Projectors – promises to be a unique experience with multiple projectors going and the filmmaker himself, Roger Beebe, running from projector to projector.

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Made and projected in a variety of formats (Video, 16mm, and super-8mm), the films combine found footage and Beebe’s own striking imagery of American landscapes, seen through the prism of technological change. But they also exist as performance films, since, as Beebe says, “they an only be screened with [the filmmaker] actually running the projectors- and running from projector to projector.”

Join the Dunlop, University of Regina’s Film Department, and the Filmpool at the RPL Film Theatre for the fourth episode in the Independent Visions series on Tuesday, April 7th at 7pm! Q&A with Roger after the screening.

Read more about the event and Indepdent Visions.

Facebook Event.

 

Permanent link to this article: http://www.filmpool.ca/independent-visions-films-for-one-to-eight-projectors/

Feb 26 2015

Filmpool Grant Writing Workshop

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The Filmpool’s grant deadline is fast approaching, April 15th 2015, and to help our members out with their grant writing skills we are offering a free Filmpool Grant Writing Workshop by local Independent Filmmaker and University of Regina Film Professor, Mike Rollo. The workshop will be held Thursday April 2nd, 7:00pm at the Filmpool (301-1822 Scarth st.).  Please RSVP to [email protected]

Permanent link to this article: http://www.filmpool.ca/filmpool-grant-writing-workshop-2/

Jan 30 2015

2D Animation Masterclass – with Adrian Dean

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Happening Feb.24, 26, 28, Mar.1, 2015

This 4 part intro-level to animation workshop will cover the theoretical and technical aspects of animation.  It will also lead participants through the animation software known as ToonBoom; the foundation upon which leading studios like Walt Disney, 20th Century Fox Animation, Universal, and many others have built their most well-known and best-loved animated productions.

Space is limited to 10 participants, so register soon by first calling the Filmpool to ensure space availability, 306-757-8818, and then filling out the online registration form HERE.

Permanent link to this article: http://www.filmpool.ca/2d-animation-masterclass-with-adrian-dean/

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