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Video Project Club

Video Project

Autism Nova Scotia’s Video Project is for adults with autism interested in creating short films. This club meets weekly to work as a group to create storyboards, scripts, film and edit video projects monthly. These videos will be a part of Autism Nova Scotia’s ANSTV and will be launched through our YouTube channel and our Facebook page.

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Past Video Project's Productions:

2020
Invited to Death is a timeless 'Whodunnit' murder mystery created by the Video Project Club at Autism Nova Scotia.




2019
​The adventure. The quest. The enigma. When five friends enter a seemingly harmless comic book store, their world is changed forever...



2018
"Agents of Change" - a superhero parody movie created entirely by autistic teens and adults. Through humour, action, and witty dialogue, the film explores the strengths and abilities of people on the autism spectrum.

 

2017
“Autism Minutes: Our World Without Autism” – a humorous portrayal into a young woman’s thoughts on how dreadful our world would be without autism.


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Applications NOW OPEN: APPLY HERE


Where: TBA
When: Weekly on Mondays, beginning Monday, Septemebr 27th, 2021 (view full schedule here)
Cost: $40
Project TitleDate Range
TBASeptember 2021 – April 2022

PLEASE READ THE REGISTRATION PROCESS CAREFULLY. 

The application process is done online. Interested participants/caregivers will be able to complete their pre-screening form online on the day of registration; the form will be available here on the day registration opens. All pre-screening forms will be processed based on the time stamp in which they were submitted. From there, all successful applicants will be contacted via email and will have one week to complete the full application, which will be included in the email.

Please make sure to read the following ​BEFORE STARTING THE APPLICATION FORM.
- Leave 5-10 minutes to complete the form
- There is ​NO​ option to save the applications once you start, please make sure you are able to complete them in full- ​partially completed application will not be considered.
​- Submit a ​SEPARATE​ application for ​EACH​ person you wish to apply for.
- Submitting a pre-screening form does not guarantee applicants a spot in the program.

If you have any questions or are interested in joining the Video Project, please contact Thomas Reynolds at treynolds@autism.ca or (902)446-4995 ext. 24.

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