Digital Filmmaking

UNCOVERED – CENTRE FOR ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 2019 GRAD EXHIBITION SHOW

Welcome everyone to our 2019 grad exhibition show, we are excited to showcase this new batch of students moving forward in their careers! The programs featured with showcased work will be Event and Promotions Management, Network Security Specialist, Graphic and Digital Design, and Digital Photography, and Animation for Game, Film and Visual Effects. Below is …

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Center for arts and Technology instructor Natasha Howes tells us her Cannes film festival experience

Natasha Howes relays fun times At Cannes Film festival with Deborah Lampitt-McConnachie. There are worse places than Cannes for a business trip; and (if like CAT instructor Natahsa Howes) you have a film to shop, it’s the ONLY place to be. iF: Was this your first time at Cannes? NH: This was my 4th time …

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Lights. Camera. Action – Digital Filmmaking Students Talk Short Narratives & Music Videos

This term, the Digital Filmmaking students are super busy, doing what they do best – filming. Digital Filmmaking students are currently busy working on two major projects. The first is a short Narrative Film project entitled ‘Up or Down’. “It’s a drama about a guy who is on his way to a job interview and …

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Alumni Spotlight: Digital Filmmaking Graduate Chris Hummel

Words: Deborah Lampitt-McConnachie Chris Hummel doesn’t remember exactly how he heard about the Centre for Arts and Technology. Indeed, he doesn’t even remember contacting the college, but when course advisor Michael Thorpe returned his email, he thought to himself – “yeah, let’s try that”. “It was fate,” he declares. “I’ve always watched movies, and loved …

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A Digital Filmmakers Prize Winning Short Film: Late Harvest

And the Winner Is…Words: Deborah Lampitt-McConnachie The Saskatchewan/Alberta border town of Lloydminster is just about as far away for the glamour of Hollywood as you can get. However, it is home town to Centre for Arts & Technology ‘Digital Filmmaking’ alumni Benjamin Musgrave, and also the location for his 2017 prize-winning short film ‘Late Harvest’. Late Harvest …

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Olympic Level Filmmaking: CAT Digital Filmmaking students hit the slopes to cover the 2017 Paralympic games.

It is not often you get to film some of the top athletes in the world, while shadowing a Gemini award winning producer and a Canadian Soccer Hall of Famer on an Olympic level sports competition, but that is just what some of our students were up to recently. Mike Brannagan and Helen Stoumbos of …

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Film School Alumni Benjamin Musgrave set to release Indie Film "Late Harvest" at Summer 2016 Film Festivals

No one said the road to becoming a professional digital filmmaker was an easy one; like many other arts-based careers, it takes dedication, commitment, drive and above all passion. Passion to make you get up early in the morning when the light is just right for shooting, passion to push you onward when film school …

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