Choose Positive Living with Sara Troy and her guest Steve Rosenberg aired from June 28th
InFocus Film School is Western Canada’s premier centre for independent film and media. Our programs provide intensive, hands-on training in filmmaking, and are taught by award-winning industry professionals.
Our mission is to provide a superior film education through accelerated, hands-on learning. InFocus instructors mentor students through multiple assignments that culminate in a polished student portfolio. We encourage students to grow as visual storytellers; to realize their personal artistic visions, and maintain creative autonomy.
Limited students per intake: student to instructor ratio is 14 to 1 with an additional tutorial assistant for film exercises.
Creative space: a historical heritage building in the heart of Vancouver
Ongoing mentorship: alumni receive ongoing mentorship from instructors
Competitive pricing: programs are affordable, with different financing options available
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Steve Rosenberg is an award-winning writer/director based in Vancouver, BC. His dramatic shorts, Corona Station, Watching Mrs.Pomerantz, Vannica and Divine Waters have screened at various prestigious festivals around the world. In 2000, Watching Mrs.Pomerantz earned him numerous international awards, including the award for Best Director at The Toronto Worldwide Short Film Festival. His films have played on The Sundance Channel, CBC, WTV and Bravo. In 2006, Steve directed his first documentary A Mature Laugh which is about to travel on the festival circuit. He also hosted and produced Blink, a weekly TV talk show devoted to obscure films that come and go in a blink. He is the founder of INFocus Film School in 2009 and has produced more than 200 student films.