PAL Winnipeg was established to provide affordable housing for older people who worked, or continue to work, in the recorded or live Entertainment Industry. It is vitally important that workers in the Arts participate in this housing survey – without significant input from the community we will never gain the financial support necessary to build […]
For the more seasoned script supervisors attending the workshop, this introduction to the “computerization” of their department sparked an immediate interest in the significant ways their jobs could be better organized and streamlined.
Film Training Manitoba is pleased to announce that we have once again partnered with Red River College to bring you Film Crew Supervisory Skills Certificate. The FCSSC was designed to aid those wishing to develop their human resource and supervisory skills for work in the film and television industry.
Stereoscopic. The word, when applied to 3D, literally means to film two offsetting images in order to manipulate the eye into believing that it’s seeing real objects. We all have our favourite screen-jutting moments, whether from 3D films that first ran in the mid-50s (House of Wax; Dial ‘M’ for Murder), or the early 1980s […]
Red River College delivers Film Crew Training: Introduction (PDEV-1017) For over two years, Film Training Manitoba has collaborated with Red River College to deliver the Intro to Film Crew Course through the Continuing Education Department. This year the course has been renamed Film Crew Training: Introduction and is being delivered in-class beginning Monday, April 11th. […]