If you’re a film major, you’ll know how daunting the task of making anything is. There’s equipment you have to wrangle, actors you have to coordinate, a crew you can’t argue with, a spectacularly under-considered shooting schedule; the list goes on. Did the lens always have that crack in the side? What do you mean the batteries aren’t charged? Are we sure that outlet can withstand those lights? Can we get that again but this time do it entirely different? You want to put the dolly where? We can’t wrap, we haven’t rolled yet! What a pleasure!
Now try it with four people in a country that only mostly speaks the same language. Welcome to semester abroad Montreal Film 2! “If Nancy doesn’t wake up screaming, she won’t wake up at all!” [Nightmare On Elm Street reference -ed.]
By Ryan Hipgrave; Assistant Director, Montreal Campus Summer in Montreal is a special kind of season. Festivals, food trucks, and sidewalk sales dominate the landscape as tourists and local folks alike flock to all the fantastic events the city has to offer. The pulse of the town vibrates under a bright sun that beckons all […]
Jeremy Davenport, Game Design Major For my internship, I have been working with Professor Sardet on a game for a museum audience that focuses on plankton. (https://www.planktonchronicles.org/en) This game is being developed on Unity for tablets to be, ideally, placed on podiums for anyone to walk up and start playing. The game will focus on having […]
I studied abroad in Montreal during the 2013 Spring Semester. While abroad, I was lucky enough to intern at a creative studio called Nomad Industries. I ended up taking a paid position there and stayed for the summer. I went back to school in Burlington to finish my studies in Digital Filmmaking. Continue reading →
Each year members of the ski industry and community convene in Montréal for iF3- the International Freeski Film Festival. The filmmakers, editors, producers, and athletes come to showcase the films they have been working on over the course of the year and some even display creations they’ve been working on for many years. Fall is the season for ski film premiers to get everyone stoked for the upcoming season. After a weekend jam packed with films, anyone who passed through the Imperial Theatre is more than antsy for winter. Continue reading →