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 Classical Animation 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.
Brad Pitre, Raine Anderson, and Jennifer Mackie of Pixar Canada recently visited Vancouver Film School to share their thoughts and experiences with our 3D Animation & Visual Effects students.
3D Animation & Visual Effects grad Lino DiSalvo (Tangled, Bolt) on his journey from VFS to becoming a Supervising Animator at Walt Disney Animation Studios.
VFS recently hosted Imaginism Studios' Bobby Chiu, who shared his experience, techniques, and inspiration with students in the Animation & Visual Effects programs.
Animator Leo Baker of the Academy Award-Winning short, The Lost Thing, visits with VFS Classical Animation students.
Recruiter Krista Jordan of Animal Logic dropped by VFS last night to share some advice on how to get an amazing gig straight out of school.
VFS students describe their time spent with Oscar-nominated animator Chris Bailey.
For two days, the VFS Animation & Visual Effects programs will host animation industry veteran Chris Bailey as he shares his wealth of experience and knowledge.
Dylan Sisson, Technical Artist for Pixar RenderMan, visited Animation & Visual Effects students to talk about lighting and shading techniques in 'Up'.
Classical Animation grad Jacob Medjuck recently screened his film 'Summerhood' for VFS students.
Dylan Brown, Creative Director at Pixar's new Vancouver studio, spends a day with Animation & Visual Effects students.