Digital Filmmaking

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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Student Success | Digital Filmmaking Graduate Thomas Bowerbank

We recently caught up with Digital Filmmaking Graduate Thomas Bowerbank. After Graduation, Tom went on to found his own production company, Bowerbank Cinema, and has worked on a number of exciting film projects. He recently completed the short-film Nica inspired by his travel experiences in Nicaragua. You can check out the film on Tom’s website …

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Centre for Arts & Technology Halifax and Fredericton Sponsor 13th Annual Silver Wave Film Festival

To start off, let’s celebrate by saying that the film industry in Canada is alive and well. Many reports of late have indicated that film production studios are heading back down South due to budget constraints. But the sheer number and quality of film festivals currently screening in Canada says otherwise. The Canadian film and …

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Prodigy 9 Does the Digital Filmmaking Program Proud

On the evening of March 22, nine Digital Filmmaking students had the opportunity to showcase the talent they’ve developed and expanded upon over the past 18 months of their lives as each student proudly presented their final documentary to their peers, family and friends. The first documentary was by Courtney Adams, entitled “Love you always, …

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