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School of Motion Picture Arts

About Cap, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts, Hot Topics

James Shavick: Helping the next generation of talent

For a man who has made his living behind the lens of a camera, James Shavick is surprisingly relaxed in front of one.
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Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts, Student Life

Capturing real-world experiences on film

video It’s a win-win-win collaboration: Capilano University School of Motion Picture Arts students team up with the North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce’s...
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About Cap, Community Life, Fine & Applied Arts

Second Chance puts Bosa Centre on the silver screen


As the cameras rolled and the background extras prepared for their cue, Capilano University’s Nat and Flora Bosa Centre for...

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About Cap, Fine & Applied Arts

Bosa Centre: Motion capture, 3D filming on display

video Remember the behind-the-scenes footage of Andy Serkis performing in a motion capture suit as Gollum in Lord of the Rings, or for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes?
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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts, Hot Topics

Cap costumers behind “The Unauthorized Full House Story”

When you’ve grown up watching shows like Full House and Saved By The Bell, chances are you have an idea...

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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Cap programs make Animation Mag’s top 25


Capilano University’s animation programs have just been listed as one of the top 25 schools to hire from by Animation...

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Fine & Applied Arts, Hot Topics

Motion picture arts: The next generation

Remember the big news last year? Despite a volatile Canadian dollar and fierce competition across the continent, the North Shore’s...

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Alumni, Fine & Applied Arts

Colin Jack and the long road to Dreamworks


Colin Jack could teach post-secondary students a few things about persistence. The former Vancouverite got bitten by the animation bug...

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Fine & Applied Arts

Exploring queer cinema


In a recent op-ed for CBC News, Neil MacDonald tracks the use of the word “queer,” describing its “journey from...

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