Animating History is an innovative workshop program for youth that connects media literacy and storytelling with building a sense of community through the creative exploration of local history. Students work with a professional animator, learn “hands on” all parts of the animation process, and create a one-minute historical animated film. It is offered at the Museum of Vancouver and the Port Moody Station Museum.
This workshop was built around everyone’s favourite building blocks… LEGO! Animating Lego is an entry level stop-motion animation workshop where you learn how to tell a story literally piece by piece. Please sign up for our newsletter to find out when we will offer this workshop.
BC Stories is a two-day workshop that empowers youth to conceive, plan, shoot, edit, and screen short animated films that speak about their lives and their community.
Want to plan, script, shoot and edit a short film, all in a day? Working in groups, students plan, shoot and produce a two-minute film. No previous experience is necessary. Each class receives a DVD of their film.
View the most recent animation created at our monthly Films For All Ages Series and during the during our weekend screenings at the Festival.
Students take part in an intensive digital filmmaking course and are guided taken the steps of making a digital film from story idea and shooting to post-production editing.
The Young Filmmakers Showcase brings together the best film and video made by youth in grades five to twelve from across British Columbia. Are you a filmmaker or aspiring filmmaker? This is your chance to show us what you can do with a camera, your imagination and maybe a little help from your friends.