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Still from "A Kid From Somewhere", courtesy of Adam Beck and Paul Johnston

In A Kid From Somewhere uncertainty drives exploration

In their first feature film, A Kid From Somewhere, filmmakers Paul Johnston and Adam Beck offer a rare look into the lives of three young creatives: photographer Olivia Bee, skateboarder and photographer Pat O’Rourke, and La Timpa, a songwriter and musician. The film follows the lives of three different kids at very different stages in their self-initiated careers, tracing the […]

Student gets 20k from Ryerson for film project

Student gets 20k from Ryerson for film project

Where is Kyle Walker, and how far are you willing to go to find him? That is the central question in a feature film project that is being developed by students and alumni from Ryerson’s Faculty of Communication and Design (FCAD). The creative mind behind the project is Luke Villemaire, a 20-year-old film student who has partnered up with Ryerson […]

by Victoria Chan· · Arts & Life, Film & Television, students

VIDEO: Ryerson grads talk about filmmaking for TIFF

As the Toronto International Film Festival winds down, the buzz surrounding Ryerson student films in the Short Cuts Canada programmes is just picking up. For Ryerson grads Walter Woodman and Patrick Cederberg, their short film “Noah,” shot on a webcam for some $300, is hitting the big time online. Their film has been featured on major sites Gawker and the […]

by Jonathan Forani· · Arts & Life, Film & Television
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