Thank you to everyone who joined us for this activity, and to the City of Surrey for making this possible. Check out the animations made by these young animators, and visit our Facebook page to see pictures of the event!Best Picture (ages 9 ): Heidi Best Picture (ages 13 ): The Sun At Midnight Most Innovative Short Film (ages 9 ): Stems Most Innovative Short Film (ages 13 ): Totems Most Inspirational Short Film (ages 9 ): Fulfilament Most Inspirational Short Film (ages 13 ): Fears National Film Board of Canada Award for Best Animated Short: I Am Here Best Picture: Heidi Edith Lando Peace Prize for the film that best utilizes the power of cinema to further the goal of social justice and peace: Play Your Gender During this free workshop, award-winning filmmakers Jeff Chiba Stearns and Patrick Shannon will work with you to conceive, plan, shoot, and edit your own film in a weekend. There will be a screening of the finished films evening – bring your friends and family! To register: Fill out this quick online registration and we will contact you shortly.
I saw a lot of talent in everyone and I know that if this talent is continued only great things can come of it.
We are looking for films that are imaginative, innovative and entertaining, whether they are features or shorts, fiction or documentary.
If you’ve made a film that will inspire youth ages 7 , we want to hear from you! Please make sure to read our Guidelines and Regulations before submitting!
Our Adult Program Coordinator and Arrow Might Facilitator, Candice Halls-Howcroft accepts applications and will contact you for an interview and personal assessment to assist you to move towards an individual education program that is designed specifically for you.
We also employ two teaching staff and three First Nation support staff / Squamish Lanuage & Culture instructors who work with the Adult Program Coordinator to deliver the best possible service to each individual student.