Every year, VFS invites excellent speakers from all disciplines in the entertainment arts to speak to students about the issues that matter to them most: the tricks of the trade, insider secrets, and professional advice that sets our graduates apart from the pack when it's time to start a career. Guest speakers for Acting for Film & Television offer students the chance to hear the latest word from the industry, ask questions, and learn from the success of celebrities, experts, and artists in the field.
Romuald Hivert graduated from the VFS Acting for Film & Television program in 2011. In between his acting gigs, including an upcoming stint on the Vancouver-shot sci-fi series Continuum, Romuald is a TA in the Entertainment Business Management program.
Simon Barry, creator, executive producer, and writer of the television series Continuum, recently visited VFS to share his experiences with our Acting for Film & Television students.
Vancouver Film School Advisory Board Member Matthew Lillard (The Descendants, Scream), was in Vancouver last month for a special workshop with our Acting for Film & Television students.
Film and television actor Doug Jones visited VFS last week to give a special presentation to Makeup Design for Film & Television and Acting for Film & Television students.
Allan Hawco and Lynda Boyd, stars of the hit CBC series The Republic of Doyle, visited VFS Acting students this morning in an interactive Q&A.
VFS Advisory Board Member and talent agent Tyman Stewart visited with Acting for Film & Television students to share some advice for making in the industry.
VFS Acting program's Advisory Board Member Matthew Lillard sits down with Smallville's Cassidy Freeman to chat about the Actor's life.
Classical Animation grad Jacob Medjuck recently screened his film 'Summerhood' for VFS students.
Writing for Film & Television grad and District 9 co-writer Terri Tatchell visited VFS last week to chat about her career.
X-Men producer Ralph Winter visits Film Production, EBM, and Acting students to discuss some of the challenges of making movies in today's industry.