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Whether you are watching a movie on the big screen, a TV show, or streaming video on your smartphone, you are looking at the work of a team of writers, producers, directors, camera operators, lighting technicians, video editors, and digital video effects designers. If you’re looking at it from a technical point of view and not just for entertainment, perhaps a career in the industry is in your future. How? You’re in the right place!
First you need the right training and that training is through the Digital Film & Video program at LaSalle College Vancouver.
The Digital Film & Video Diploma program provides students with an intensive study of digital production and visual storytelling, focusing on digital film, corporate and commercial video production.
LaSalle College Vancouver has designed the Digital Film & Video program in consultation with industry representatives and helps aspiring videographers understand the nuances of digital filmography. In this program students will have the opportunity to learn to shoot, direct and edit digital pieces using industry-related software and equipment.
The Digital Film & Video program is best suited for highly motivated self-starters who want a well-rounded education that will prepare them for a career in Digital Film & Video production.
Request more information about this program from LaSalle College Vancouver.