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ViewFinders Youth Jury

ViewFinders Youth Jury is a sweet opportunity to explore the wonderful world of film from, say, Roger Ebert's point of view! APPLY NOW through February 6, 2012. Sound neat?

ViewFinders Workshop Series - Weekly, April 1 - 22

Each week in April, leading up to the ViewFinders Film Competition deadline (May 1st, 2015), ViewFinders will be offering a filmmaking workshop for youth at the Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP).

Workshops are FREE to attend, but pre-registration is required.
Register: vfcoordinator@atlanticfilm.com or 902.422.3456

Atlantic Filmmaker Focus: Deanne Foley

The Atlantic Film Festival is a champion of Atlantic Canadian filmmakers. In keeping with this promise, every month we profile some of the most incredibly talented people in the filmmaking industry today. This month, we look at Newfoundland director Deanne Foley.

Calling all Educators! Register your class for the 2015 ViewFinders Atlantic Film Festival for Youth, NOW.

Since its inception, ViewFinders has brought over 50,000 young people to the movies. Through daytime screenings and workshops that have become popular as an annual class-trip destination for local teachers and their students, ViewFinders offers the best of international and local film while celebrating the original works of Atlantic Canadian young people with a passion for film and video.
 

ViewFinders Film Competition - CALL FOR ENTRIES

ViewFinders announces the 2015 Youth Film Competition presented by DHX Media! Youth, 18 and under, from the Atlantic Provinces, are invited to submit their short films by Friday, May 1 at 5 p.m. All films must be under five minutes long. The top entries are eligible for prizes that will be awarded at a special red carpet screening on Saturday, June 6.  Prizes will be awraded in three categories (animation, live action and documentary), as well as a grand prize. 

Atlantic Filmmaker Focus: Christian Sparkes

The Atlantic Film Festival is a champion of Atlantic Canadian filmmakers. In keeping with this promise, every month we profile some of the most incredibly talented people in the filmmaking industry today. This month, we look at Newfoundland director Christian Sparkes and his film Cast No Shadow.

As part of The Shortest Day celebration, the Atlantic Film Festival offers free short film programs for kids and families at the NEW Halifax Central Library, December 20 & 21

The Atlantic Film Festival is pleased to partner with the National Film Board of Canada, Quebec’s SODEC, Telefilm Canada and the Halifax Central Library to screen two short film programs as part of The Shortest Day 2014 celebration of Canadian short films. The free screenings, including one Kids Program and one Family Program, will be presented at the NEW Halifax Central Library, December 20 and 21.

SECOND EDITION OF THE SHORTEST DAY: A TREAT FOR FAMILIES, KIDS AND MOVIE-LOVERS OF ALL AGES!

Thu, 11/20/2014


SECOND EDITION OF THE SHORTEST DAY: A TREAT FOR FAMILIES, KIDS AND MOVIE-LOVERS OF ALL AGES!

Atlantic Filmmaker Focus: Andrea Dorfman

The Atlantic Film Festival is a champion of Atlantic Canadian filmmakers. In keeping with this promise, every month we profile some of the most incredibly talented people in the filmmaking industry today. This month, we look at Halifax filmmaker Andrea Dorfman.

Andrea's most recent film Heartbeat opens at Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane in Halifax, NS, Friday, November 21.

We caught up with Andrea recently to talk about filmmaking and the making of Heartbeat.

ViewFinders presents screening at 14th annual Silver Wave Film Festival in Fredericton, Nov. 8

A production of the Atlantic Film Festival, ViewFinders: Atlantic Film Festival For Youth will present a screening of short films at the 14th annual Silver Wave Film Festival at the Centre communautaire Sainte-Anne in Fredericton this Saturday, November 8 at 12 noon. Admission is free.

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