Talent Lab
Tuesday, April 17 at the Pacific Cinémathèque, 1131 Howe St

Lost In Africa
Vibeke Muasya / 92 min / 2010 / Denmark
In English and Danish with English subtitles
Suggested for students in grades 8-10.  View details here.

12:30 pm
Colors of the Mountain
Carlos César Arbeláez / 90 min / 2010 / Colombia
In Spanish with English subtitles
Suggested for students in grades 8-10.  View details here.

Half-day workshops
Students attending a film have the option of adding one of these two half-day workshops.

Constructing a Scene
Instructor: Carolyn Combs
This workshop is designed for the budding writer, director or actor who wants to make a film, or those who are just curious about how the pros do it. How are films made? In small groups, participants will collaborate on a scene including scriptwriting, rehearsing, blocking, designing the shots… then actually shooting that prep! Students will walk away with the skills to construct their own scene.
Participants in this workshop may sign up to attend the Young Filmmakers Showcase on Thursday April 19. It’s an opportunity to see what other youth in BC are working on.
10:00 – 11:30am, Cineworks (1131 Howe St)
12:30 – 2:00pm, Cineworks (1131 Howe St)

Light in Motion
Instructor: Cindy Mochizuki
Glow, sparkle and shine with artist Cindy Mochizuki and learn how to create a short animation using only light. Participants will use digital point-and-shoot cameras to take long exposure images that can be crafted into stop motion images that give the illusion that the light is effortlessly flying through the air.
10:00 – 11:30am, Cineworks (1131 Howe St)
12:30 – 2:00pm, Cineworks (1131 Howe St)

Full-day workshops at the Roundhouse Community Centre, 181 Roundhouse Mews.

Innovative Storytelling with iPads
Instructors: Mo Simpson, Catrina Longmuir
What are all these new devices capable of? Innovators are finding new ways to push boundaries and express themselves using new platforms and devices. Instructors Mo Simpson and Catrina Longmuir delve into the exciting new world of digital storytelling with an iPad. Students will be able to put their hands on the latest technology and learn the basics of how to make a short documentary. Students are encouraged to bring an iPad.
9:30 – 2:30pm

Sound Design Master Class
Instructor: Gordon Cobb
Good sound is a must. Students will explore the three essential ingredients of a soundtrack: dialogue, sound effects and music. Small teams will generate soundtracks to pre-rendered videos using iMovie and GarageBand. Students will walk away with a firm grasp of how to use GarageBand to achieve good sound. Instructor Gordon Cobb is a professional Sound Designer in the film industry, theatre and dance. Students are encouraged to bring a laptop (with GarageBand) and/or ear phones.
9:30 – 2:30pm

Registration is easy!  Pre-registration is required for school groups. Please contact our Festival Coordinator at education@r2rfestival.org to register.
You may also leave a phone message at 604-224-6162.

Reel 2 Real
International Film Festival for Youth
Unit 90, 425 Carrall Street,
Vancouver, BC V6B 6E3 Canada

Tel: 604-224-6162
Fax: 604-224-6162 (please call first)
Email: info@r2rfestival.org


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