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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Jasleen and Maple

Jasleen Kaur is amazed the path she’s on now is so different from the one she anticipated when she studied film at Capilano University...
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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Changemakers

Documenting the future: 10 years of Cap U docs

On a dark and rainy January morning in 2006, I boarded a ferry, fresh teaching materials in hand, headed on a mysterious mission...
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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Changemakers, Fine & Applied Arts

Markus Pukonen: on a mission for change

Markus Pukonen has always had a taste for adventure. The former Capilano University documentary film student...
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Changemakers, Fine & Applied Arts, Hot Topics

A film instructor, her father and a profile in courage

In the cold of a June night, through the top of her teepee, Doreen Manuel could see stars sparkling against...

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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Jessie Anthony: Finding filmmaking

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Capilano University student Jessie Anthony didn’t grow up wanting to be a filmmaker, but after completing her first year in...

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Alumni, Fine & Applied Arts

Reel life meets real life at this grad show

It’s show and tell time for students in Cap’s Documentary program. After eight months of late nights and hard work,...

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Changemakers, Community Life, Global & Community Studies

Teaching a new kind of tourism

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Studying tourism isn’t what it used to be. Just hear what Chris Bottrill, instructor in Capilano University’s Tourism and Outdoor...

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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Ken Matheson: Former B.C. cop now produces docs

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Twenty years with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 20 years as an outdoor guide—then Clearwater, B.C.’s Ken Matheson figured out...

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Fine & Applied Arts, Student Life

Sights and sounds: The story of Max and Juggy

When Maximilian Krieger was just a year old, his brother noticed something was wrong. It was as though little Max couldn’t quite see clearly. A visit to the doctor confirmed...
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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Base Camp a humbling experience

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Award-winning documentary filmmaker and Capilano U grad, Dianne Whelan, will give a talk about her new book, Base Camp: 40...

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Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Cap U student captures award-winning moment

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Martin Gregus Jr., a student in Capilano University’s Documentary program, recently received an award in the prestigious GDT European Wildlife...

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Arts & Sciences, Sustainability

Climate change documentary: The Island President

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The Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program presents a screening of the climate change documentary, The Island President Wednesday,...

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Fine & Applied Arts, Fun Stuff

10 must-see documentaries

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Documentary film is one of the hottest areas of the film industry. Inexpensive equipment, the ability to crowd fund projects...

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Fine & Applied Arts, Portfolio

Trapline

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Jonathan Antoine graduated from Capilano University’s Indigenous Independent Digital Film (IIDF) in 2009. He directed Trapline as his final project....

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Fine & Applied Arts, Portfolio

Soothing Spikes

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Beric Manywounds graduated from Capilano University’s Indigenous Independent Digital Film (IIDF) in 2009. He directed Soothing Spikes as his final...

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