Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design
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Integrated Media (Film, Video and Sound)
1399 Johnston Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3R9
Tel. +1 604 844 3800
Email. via the contact form
Are foreign students accepted?
Under Graduate Degree (Bachelors), Short Beginner Courses
Unknown (add info)
Camera Formats Used
MiniDV, Hi8, Super 8mm, 16mm
Post-Production Systems Used
Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Flatbed Film Editing, ProTools
Average Age of Equipment
2 - 5 years
Reviews of Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design
I totally agree with the first review....but have some other comments, its great if you are really interested in developing your creative process and art making skills. You will learn some technical film, and because they let you do anything, and the tuition fees aren't as outrageous as some other schools you can always just do what you want on your own terms. Its watered down technical training, and less equipment access as far as 'film' goes, good if you have the initiative to fill in the blanks.
Great place to be if you want to learn how to be an "artist" and all of the snobbery which comes with it. Get ready to put in the fake dread locks or all black wardrobe to blend in. Classes revolve more around arrogant critiques by both instructors and classmates although the history classes are quite in depth. I am not having a bad experience but I would not call this a film school at all.
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