Date & Time:
Tuesdays: April 5 to May 24, 2016
3:30 to 5:30pm
An artist in the true sense of the word, Brunella is not only a videographer with projects screened at the Vancouver Art Gallery, the World Peace Forum for the United Nations and CBC, but also worked as crew and cast on many productions. She was a lead actor in “Polka Dot Shorts”, a Gemini award winning Canadian show seen in 33 countries and played “Rosa Brusco” in the feature film “Almost America”. She has received awards for video and poetry and is a published photographer and writer. She has been the Film Production, Acting on Camera and Stop-Motion program director at Douglas College Spring and Summer Camps for over 5 years. She has brought her fun and informative camps and classes to many venues, including the Vancouver French School, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. and the Kitsilano Community Centre, and now at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.
Your kids’ very own Lego movie is just a few clicks away – sign them up to explore the film-making world with Stop-Motion.
Stop-Motion offers the opportunity for students to find out how to work with figurines and animation to create their own movies. In this class students will be able to bring their own toys and learn how to create a story, use still cameras, and discover how to use four different computer programs to produce a short film. The best videos will be shown at a public screening at the class finale.