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CNET Film Series Feb 27th

The Art of Seduction – Films for Cell Phones

The February film screening of a series of “mobisodes” was well attended by a patient audience who made it through a few technical difficulties in advance our Film Centre “Girl Friday” – Jodi Mackenzie – coming to the rescue. What followed was a dynamic and interesting discussion led by Capilano faculty Michael Thoma (Film Centre) and Andrew Klobucar (English). See below for a sample of the cell phone films that were screened at Wednesday’s event.

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Finishing Up February

1. CNET Film Series – Wed, Feb 27th
The Spring 2008 Film Series features an exciting array of student screenings, faculty speakers and guest speakers. This term students and faculty from CultureNet and the Capilano Film Centre will be collaborating at our three noon hour events. The screenings + talkback sessions begin at 12:30 p.m. and run for 50 minutes.

This Wednesday explores “The Art of Seduction – Films for Cell Phones”. Jim Wallace (Film Centre) and Andrew Klobucar (English/CultureNet) will be screening and talking about the art and science of making short short films for delivery on mobile phones. Bring your phone – you won’t be asked to turn it off!

2. CultureNet Program Infomation Night – Thurs, Feb 28th

Explore Capilano + CultureNet Learn. Discover. Explore Capilano.

Join us for our next program information night and visit our beautiful North Vancouver campus.

Thursday, February 28th, 2008
7:00 – 8:00p.m.
Capilano College, North Vancouver campus
Library 194

For more information contact Aurelea Mahood. Phone 604.986.1911 ext 2290 or email amahood@capcollege.bc.ca
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Finishing Up February

Three Events on Deck

1. CNET Film Series – Wed, Feb 27th

The Spring 2008 Film Series features an exciting array of student screenings, faculty speakers and guest speakers. This term students and faculty from CultureNet and the Capilano Film Centre will be collaborating at our three noon hour events. The screenings + talkback sessions begin at 12:30 p.m. and run for 50 minutes.

This Wednesday explores “The Art of Seduction – Films for Cell Phones”. Jim Wallace (Film Centre) and Andrew Klobucar (English/CultureNet) will be screening and talking about the art and science of making short short films for delivery on mobile phones. Bring your phones – you won’t be asked to turn it off!

2. CultureNet Program Infomation Night – Thurs, Feb 28th

Explore Capilano + CultureNet Learn. Discover. Explore Capilano.

Join us for our next program information night and visit our beautiful North Vancouver campus.

Thursday, February 28th, 2008
7:00 – 8:00p.m.
Capilano College, North Vancouver campus
Library 194

For more information contact Aurelea Mahood. Phone 604.986.1911 ext 2290 or email amahood@capcollege.bc.ca

3. Upcoming CultureNet Friday Seminars

The Friday seminars take place in Birch 125 across from the bookstore. The talks begin between 11:00 and 11:30am. Please see specific day for the correct time.

Friday, February 29th – IDEA Students: Design + Community – 11:30am
Friday, March 7th – Community Access Program – 11:00am
Friday, March 14th – Dr. Sharla Sava on the Visual Arts/Flickr/Social Networking – 11:00am
Friday, March 28th – TBA

All members of the college community and public are welcome to join us. Please contact Aurelea Mahood for more information. Phone 604.986.1911 ext 2290 or email amahood@capcollege.bc.ca

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CNET Film Series

SCREENING 1

After repeat screenings and considerable chewing, the CNET students have selected 4 films to screen this coming Wednesday at the inaugural noon hour CultureNet Film Series:

Utopia – Anthony Bortolussi
Film Noir – Kyle Sandilands
Love Ends - John Rowell
Conscious Decision – Jordan Gray

CNET students Gregory Dashper and Anna Pienkowska will be leading the talkback session and question period following the screenings. Come check out what is ideally the beginning of a longstanding partnership between the Capilano Film Centre and CultureNet:

Date: Wednesday, January 23rd
Time: 12:30 to 1:20pm
Room: Birch 162

For more information or screening suggestions for Fall 2008 contact culturenet@capcollege.bc.ca

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CNET Film Series

Noon Hour Screenings + Talkback Sessions
Sponsored by CultureNet + Capilano Film Centre

The Spring 2008 Film Series features an exciting array of student screenings, faculty speakers and guest speakers. This term students and faculty from CultureNet and the Capilano Film Centre will be collaborating at our three noon hour events. The screenings + talkback sessions begin at 12:30pm and run for 50 minutes.

Wednesday, January 23rd – Birch 162 – 12:30pm
Student Films/Student Critiques

Wednesday, February 27th – Cedar 148 – 12:30pm
The Art of Seduction – Films for Cell Phones

Wednesday, March 26th – Cedar 148 – 12:30pm
The Art of Documentary – Non-Fiction or . . .

This free event is open to all members of the college community and the general public. A great opportunity to learn more about CultureNet + Capilano Film Centre.

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CultureNet: Twice the Opportunities

January Admissions

As of January 2008, there are now two admission cycles for CultureNet with September and January starts on the books. The deadline for January 08 admissions is 13 January 2008. For more information, please contact culturenet@capcollege.bc.ca

2008 activities will include the Spring CNET Film Series, guest speakers and further colloborations between CultureNet and Global Stewardship.

There is also a Program Information Night scheduled for Tuesday, November 6th at 7pm in Library 321/2. Swing by after viewing the CNET Film Series offering earlier that afternoon where Aurelea Mahood will hosting a screening of Charlie Chaplin’s MODERN TIMES and talkback session in Cedar 148 at 3:30pm.

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