Fentanyl Awareness

On February 11, 2016, in Television & Video Production, by Television Faculty

This past Tuesday, we were on-set with Empire Production’s PSA to promote awareness of Fentanyl abuse by youth.  This PSA is being produced to coincide with the drug awareness messages promoted by deal.org, the RCMP Centre for Youth Crime Prevention.

You can see our full gallery of behind-the-scenes production photos on our Flickr Page as well!

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Studio 1 Live

On November 1, 2013, in Television & Video Production, by Television Faculty

Our first year Television students are now in the midst of our initial multi-camera training production, “Studio 1 Live”.  We use a talk-show format to introduce students to a basic live production, where they have the opportunity to experience the job functions necessary to produce the show, including directing, camera, audio, switching (technical directing), lighting, and more.

Some of the pictures were shot on Halloween, which may explain some of the outfits…

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Canon T4i Commercial

On November 20, 2012, in Television & Video Production, by Television Faculty

New spot for Broadway Camera and the Canon T4i produced by grads from the Television & Video Production Program.  Turned out quite nicely, have a look!


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Checking in…

On October 5, 2012, in Television & Video Production, by Television Faculty

Pixel Dust Production on location for their first second-year major project, “Pure Blue”.  No audio equipment was harmed in the making of this photo…

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First International Feature Film

On August 10, 2012, in Television & Video Production, by Television Faculty

Television & Video Production alumni Ben Hoskyn begins work on his first international feature film:

“As a wealthy businessman nears the end of his life, his three children are faced with the same choice he made – and now regrets. Living in Toronto, Hong Kong, and Vancouver, they each have to decide between devoting their lives to the multinational family business, or breaking away from it in order to live a life their father never could.”

Written and Allan Mackey and directed by Ben Hoskyn, “8 Minutes Ahead” explores themes of greed, materialism, loyalty, ambition, and the moments when all of those elements collide.

Principal photography begins November 2012, on location in Hong Kong, China.

Check out the Ottawa newspaper write-up for more details, and follow his production online, and through the Indiegogo campaign page.

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