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Don’t delay! if you are in Grade 12 or equivalant, sign up now and the 5 month elective course worth 22 high school credits and 3 University credits will be yours to make some cool films in and get to know some cool people to boot. Hands-on learning is what it is all about. It’s not about getting a mark, …
Powell River Digital Film students recently won first prize in a province-wide contest for their workplace safety video Safety Man. The team of winning students included Annabelle Foss, Curtis Havekotte, Lucas Scheffler, Michael Stevantoni, Sophie Wadden, Thurston Burke, and Zan Plesner. Their one-minute mockumentary, an ironic take on a training film, took first place in the grades 11 and 12 …
If you enter into Powell River Digital Film School in grade 12, you will be simultaneously registered into Emily Carr University. As you complete your 2nd semester at PRDFS, you will earn 3 credits towards the Emily Carr Film Program. If you decide to go on to Emily Carr U, you will already have a foot in the door. Now, that is cool.
PRDFS class of 2012 film “Night Shift” has been selected by the youth jury to premier at the prestigious Vancouver International Film Festival, as a part of the touring Reel Youth Film Festival! It is an awesome film, and we are delighted that it will be showcased alongside a stellar collection of international youth-made films. The was made by Chloe Langmaid, Bryce …
Film Camp with Teen Journey This is a very powerful camp that could change your life. Explore yourself as you explore the camera. http://issuu.com/sciencetosage/docs/ritesofpassage/1
Great day with trying the new Crane Cam. Mark Biagi donate a crane to the film school that he made him self. Very Cool!
Students finish their short film called “The Great Balloon Race of Jace and Ace on time and on budget.
The Powell River Digital Film School congratulates PRDFS Student, Zach Nelson, who has won, “ Best Documentary” for his film “Matty” at this year’s 5 minute film contest. As well, last years film camp students Brittany Geister and Shannon Ross have won “Best Overall Film” for their film “Reach Out” And finally, we honour Alyssa Stapleton, for her PRDFS film …