6 11 2011

In My Head

Disturbing imagery from inside the thought processes of our main character in this experimental short from Film 4 student, Kurt Waizmann.

31 10 2011


The zombies are coming! The zombies are coming! Just in time for Halloween!
From Film 2 students Andrew Assaf, Catherine Boivert, Nathaniel Clouthier, Marc-Andre Cloutier and Connor McBride comes this creepily pertinent horror short.

28 10 2011


Relationships, misunderstandings, complications, plot twists. It’s all here in this short fiction from Film 4 students Melanie Cardinal, Steve Deku, and Michael Gannon.

27 09 2011

Teacher Horror Movies

These crazy “movie previews” were a feature at last year’s Friday the 13th End of Year Screening. Designed by Dan Babineau; video editing by Jimmy Hayes.

16 05 2011

Creative Arts 2011 Slide Show

Look at all the fun our students, teachers and support people have during the year! What a program!

13 03 2011

Basketball TV Spot

Our former student, Shafique Bakush,  has just finished creating a TV spot scheduled to be aired later in the month on TSN. It’s to promote the 2011 CCAA MEN’S & WOMEN’S National Basketball Championships. Check it out on Youtube.

22 02 2011

Before The End

In this narrative short film we follow the visually intriguing story of a little red book as it is passed from one owner to the next. By Oisin Beaulé, Marcelo Reyes, Jezabel Sauvé and Laurie Parent, made for their Film 2 class.

20 02 2011

Champagne Interrupted

A young woman dances with herselves (yes plural). A personal project for the Film 4 class.

6 02 2011

Music Addict

A dispute over who controls the music is resolved in a frantic high style 2D animation video. Made by Jennifer Kiakis for her Film Option class.

29 12 2010

Dance 2 Give

Champlain Creative Arts students Steve Deku, Michael Gannon and Melanie Cardinal worked as volunteers on this year’s “Dance To Give” event for Centraide.

Soraya Bashonga, the event’s planner & coordinator, writes, “These are very talented, passionate, and professional students!  I have only good things to say about Steve, Michael, and Melanie’s work ethic. They are serious and did amazing work.  During the event, they started at 1 pm and finished at 11 pm, videotaping and taking pictures non-stop!  I didn’t have to tell them anything; they knew what to do and how to do it.  I was also impressed by their natural ability to socialize with the people they were filming, some of whom thought they were working for Musique Plus (the sponsors of the event).”
The short video they made is posted on Facebook & YouTube; they are still doing some editing for the final video/documentary.  Check out their work in progress here.