If you’ve ever been curious about what’s involved to bring the words on the page up into the film you see or wondered why a script supervisor is also in charge of continuity, this program offers some answers. Whether you are already a film technician or contemplating work in Vancouver’s busy TV/film production industry, learning the skills necessary to become a professional working script supervisor might open a new door for you.
This Microcredential will attract students with little film experience all the way to crew technicians who already work in the industry. Crew technicians in other departments or students new to film can discover an alternative door into the film industry.
The Film and TV industry (IATSE) need well-trained script supervisors to address a current shortage of people qualified for this position. The completion of this microcredential will provide training and preparation to begin work in the script supervising department.
Mary Kay Thurston
Part-Time Studies Coordinator, Broadcast & Media Communications
604-432-8668 | Mary_Kay_Thurston@bcit.ca
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