Spring Break Bootcamp March 13 -17
In just 5 days, students can develop crucial film skills, collaborate in groups, and bring captivating stories to reality through camera techniques, lighting, and directing. They will act and film scenes from a self-created script, then view their completed work, and commemorate their accomplishment.
Details here: https://pitch.com/public/2966de58-fad4-4e84-8b59-0dcba9c86ca4
Join us in celebrating the Delta Film Academy’s student films from the 2016/17 school year…
Friday, June 16th
at 6:30pm for refreshments
& 7pm for screenings
The festivities will be held
at the South Delta Secondary School Equinox Theatre
750 53 Street, Delta BC V4M3B7
Admission is free with donations accepted at the door.
Special Guest – Makeup/SFX Artist -Leanne Rae Podavin…Happy Halloween!
Leanne Rae Podavin (Thirteen Ghosts, X2, X-files, Supernatural) took some time out of her day to show the kids at the academy what SFX makeup is all about! With a bit of hands-on stuff after her lesson, the academy kids are looking quite creepy for Halloween! Thank you Leanne!
Film Academy Alumni, Kama Sood Makes Headlines!
Delta Optimist Article on Kama Sood
Kama Sood takes latest project from script to film
DAVE WILLIS / DELTA OPTIMIST
AUGUST 26, 2016 12:00 AM
Ladner’s Kama Sood loves the creativity and camaraderie that comes with filmmaking.
“You get to collaborate with people and come up with really cool visual art,” he says, noting each project is different.
“I just love the whole process of making a film, going from script to film.”
The 18-year-old’s latest project is titled My Name is Robin. The short film is a drama with a romance element and includes a cast of four.
Sood, a former Delta Film Production Academy student, says about half of the project was filmed in Ladner and that it’s currently in the editing process. He’s hoping to have it finished by December.
His friend Roberto Estrada came up with the story while Sood wrote the screenplay. Estrada, who was an international student at the academy last year, is a “big part of the movie,” Sood says.
Once finished it will be free to watch online (www.kamasood.com and Facebook).
Sood, who’ll soon be starting a motion picture arts program at Capilano University, says his goal is to be a writer and director in the film industry.
He’s already picked up awards for directing and cinematography at a pair of film festivals for young filmmakers with his previous short film Nirvana.
– See more at: http://www.delta-optimist.com/kama-sood-takes-latest-project-from-script-to-film-1.2331436#sthash.4AHM6k9f.dpuf
Gala Showcase – June 15th @7pm
Come out on Wednesday, June 15th at 7pm at Delta Manor Education Centre for our GALA SHOWCASE! We will be screening many of our works from the year including the greatly anticipated short film “The Wastelands” in addition to Kama Sood’s “The Test” and Kate Chubbs “Soul Girl”! We are thrilled to share our work so invite one and all to join in the celebration! See you there!
Panel Discussion Open to all: How break into the film industry!
Are you interested in learning about how to break into BC’s film industry? Does your child beg you to get an agent? To be on TV? Come out this Thursday, May 12th 7-8PM to Delta Manor to learn about how to navigate this profession! Come and hear veteran BC Actors and Delta Film Academy acting instructors: Richard Cox, Cameron Bancroft and Alex Zahara! This will be an opportunity to talk about the industry, ask questions and have a discussion about the challenges of this exciting industry for young people!
Academy Open House
Come join us for a Delta Academy open house to learn more about the awesome and innovative opportunities available to high school students in Delta. Details and information are below:
Saturday Jan 23rd, Delta Manor:
Saturday Jan 30th, Burnsview Secondary:
Opera Info Night, Feb 3rd, Delta Secondary:
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