Harry Potter: 13 March 2019 (week one)

Registration Status: Open for registration
Event Date: March 13, 2019  07:00 PM  to 08:30 PM  Central Standard Time (North America)
Faculty: Campus
Location: On-campus:
Winnipeg Campus 447 Webb Place
Event Information:

"A Thousand Faces and Lightening Bolt Scar: Introductory thoughts on Harry Potter and Its Influences" 

Join other muggles in a scholarly examination of the wizarding world! Led by the English and Film Studies Department, participation in this event is geared to students in Grades 10-12 and mature learners. Students will spend time in lectures, participatory workshops and fun activities that examine fantasy literature.

Tonight – featuring Andrew Wall, Writer / DirectorFifteen years ago Andrew stumbled into the world of film and television through making corporate video part time. Working out of his apartment, with an aptitude for editing and an ability to tell a story, he eventually found himself gainfully employed working on documentaries and reality series as an editor for Kyle Bornais at Farpoint Films. As the professional friendship grew, so did Andrew’s resume as he started writing and directing his own projects, focussing on meaningful stories and inspiring subjects.

Along the way, Andrew has become an accomplished editor and director with his award winning films screening nationally in Canada and throughout the world. Inevitably breaking away from his employment at Farpoint Films, Refuge 31 is an extension of Andrew’s vision — a production company that gives the world refuge, hope and inspiration.

We will be viewing his film:

The Fantasy Makers

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