Inside the Classroom: Media School Shapes Saskatoon’s Young Filmmakers



The Evan Hardy Collegiate Audience Media School in Saskatoon teaches students the power of video as a medium, providing them with the skills they need to direct feature films and short films.

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Evan Hardy Collegiate’s Media School teaches students the power of video as a medium, providing them with the skills they need to make feature films, short films and documentaries.

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Tom Simes, a professor at the Media School, who is also a professional director himself, explains that the course reviews important moments in film history and encourages students to push their limits and broaden their understanding of creative storytelling.

By writing scripts, voicing audio, and filming their own scenes, students in the program say the skills they learned during the class helped them become accountable to themselves by directly doing the job. experience of the independence that some filmmakers achieve.

We caught up with Simes and some of his students to find out how the Media School is helping students become more involved in their communities by helping them relate their topics to stories in their world.

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