Youth Film Bursary & Film Summer School

High school students (14-19) can apply for a two week summer filmmaking course in downtown Vancouver. The focus of these programs is to empower young artists to bring their creative visions to life through the visual language of film, with specific attention to the self-representation of minority groups. 


Cinelab Summer School

Cinelab is a two-week summer filmmaking programs for aspiring artists aged 14-19 presented by The Cinematheque, in partnership with SFU School for the Contemporary Arts. Get more info on courses and the application process on the Cinelab website.

Student Filmmakers will be guided through the complete filmmaking process, from scripting to directing, from lighting to editing. The Cinelab will provide an inclusive, welcoming, and creative space with professional equipment and experienced artists to facilitate the program. Established professionals from the Vancouver creative scene will deliver masterclasses.  

The program is offered twice in the summer. with 16 youth per session:

  • Program 1: July 4-15, 2022
  • Program 2: July 18-29, 2022

The application deadline is June 30, 2022 or until the programs are full (note that they typically sell out). If no spaces are available you can be added to the waitlist.


Bursaries

Bursary Applications

Applications for the 2022 bursary are now available. Please email cinelab@thecinematheque.ca for details.

Bursaries for the Cinelab Summer School are available for students who live, work, or study in the City of North Vancouver.

The City’s 'Youth in Film' bursary is funded by contributions from many productions that film TV shows, movies and commercials in the City. Nearly every production that films in the City of North Vancouver donates a bursary, so that selected City high school students can take this course for FREE. We are grateful.

Previous Student Projects

2019 Film Student Films

Date Night from The Cinematheque on Vimeo

Warning: Some content may not be suitable for children.

 

RESTarting... from The Cinematheque on Vimeo

Warning: Some content may not be suitable for children.



Contact Info

Clare Husk
Film & Community Events Coordinator
Tel: 604-982-3910
Cell: 604-679-2525
Email: filming@cnv.org

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