Benefits.

Membership Benefits

Cineworks provides several tiers of memberships
to serve our various members and audiences.
While all of our public programming and workshops are accessible to the general public, a Cineworks membership will further subsidize all of our services and a Production membership is required to rent all gear and facilities.

All Cineworks members at every level are automatically signed up for our biweekly Cinenews e-mail updates and qualify to submit news and information for member recognition. In addition, only members have access to post in our online Cast/Crew/Wanted Ads , and every member has a public profile page available through Cineworks.

Other benefits to becoming a member include member-only exclusivities such as showing in our monthly Film & Media Showcase, and first access to news and opportunities relevant to all media artists practicing in the Lower Mainland and beyond.

Production
$120 (+ GST)
per annum
General
$40 (+ GST)
per annum
· Access to all Equipment
· 24 hr Access to Howe St. Facilities
· 24 hr Access to Annex Facilities
· · Cineworks Newsletter
· · Email List Server
· · Workshops at Reduced Rates
· Free / Discounted Tickets to Events
· · Promote Film / Yourself on Website
· · Vote at Member's Meetings
· · Volunteer Hours Encouraged
· Eligible to buy insurance
· 20% off all post-production services at Finale Editworks

Join.

All General and Production members should be active independent media artists, writers, researchers, and/or curators and must support the aims and objectives of the Society.

All potential members must first attend an in-person orientation meeting at our Howe St location (please see our Events Calendar for the next scheduled meeting).

All media art works produced through the assistance of Cineworks gear and facilities must acknowledge Cineworks in its production credit. Logos can be downloaded here. A copy (digital or virtual) of the work needs to be made available to Cineworks for our catalog. All copyright remains with the artists unless otherwise stated.

Please note: that members are expected to complete a minimum of ten volunteer hours annually. Cineworks runs as a member-driven organization and your diverse skill sets are essential and greatly appreciated! Visit our Volunteer Page for exciting and ongoing opportunities.

Member Info
Orientation
Production Skills
Are you a film school graduate?
Do you have a vehicle?
Volunteering
Additional Skills
Reason for Joining
Workshops
Equipment
Comments
Membership Level
Total (incl. GST)

$120

*Fees are deductible as a business expense

*Form will be submitted via email.
Payment must be made in person at Cineworks.

Directory.

Aaron Chung

Adam Zimmerman

Adrien Cote

Ahmed Khalil

Alberto Sanchez Nue
Alejandro Yoshizawa

Alex MacKenzie
Alex MacKenzie

Alex MacKenzie is a Vancouver-based media artist working primarily with 16mm analog film equipment and hand processed imagery. He creates works of expanded cinema, light projection installation, and projector performance. His work has screened at the Rotterdam International Film Festival, the EXiS Experimental Film Festival in Seoul, Lightcone in Paris, Kino Arsenal in Berlin and others. Alex was the founder and curator of the Edison Electric Gallery of Moving Images, the Blinding Light!! Cinema and the Vancouver Underground Film Festival. He was an artist in residence at Atelier MTK in Grenobles, France, the Struts Gallery/Faucet Media in New Brunswick and Cineworks’ Analog Film Annex in Vancouver. Alex co-edited Damp: Contemporary Vancouver Media Art (Anvil Press 2008), and interviewed David Rimmer for Loop, Print, Fade + Flicker: David Rimmer’s Moving Images (Anvil Press 2009). Recent commissions include Portal, (Situated Cinema WNDX Winnipeg 2012), Auroratone: Digitalis (FilmPop Montreal 2012), The Film That Buys The Cinema (Cube Bristol 2013) and Hyborian Witch (Wrong Wave/Kensington Gore 2013). He is a founding member of the Iris Film Collective in Vancouver and is currently creating a new series of works entitled Spectacle that is both gallery and performance-based. www.alexmackenzie.ca “Alex Mackenzie is the unequivocal master of contemporary Canadian expanded cinema: using rare and outdated technology with the deft touch of a visual alchemist, Mackenzie spins his stunning and mesmerizing anti-narratives using the detritus of cinematic history to create a completely unforgettable, and undeniably powerful, alternate vision.” Deborah. de Boer, Antimatter

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Alexia Fairbrother

Alfonso Chin

Allen Miller

Allison Hrabluik

www.allisonhrabluik.com

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Amir Shehata

Ana Carrizales

Anaïsa Visser

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Andrew Willig

Angelica Perez

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Anthony Brown

Arran Shearing

Arun Fryer

Austin Wrinch

Avery Fane

Avi Glanzer

Aza O'Leary

Impact Producer

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Barry Doupe

Ben Jacques

Bernie Yao

Biliana Velkova

Blair Dykes

Bo Gembarsky

Bobby Cuffe

Borislaw Pencheu

Brian Hulme

Brian Fortune
Brian Fortune

I have been directing music videos, online content, commercials and short documentaries for 5 years, since graduating from a Media Arts degree in Dublin, Ireland. I have production skills, including lighting camera, editor, and VFX/motion graphics, which allow me to take projects from concept to delivery. I am very interested in collaborations, so please don't hesitate to contact me.

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Bryan Demore

Bryce Zimmerman
Campbell Stafford

Carol Phiniotis
Cary McKnight

Charlton Jacques

Chris Munshaw

Chris Marius Jones

Christian Blaze

Christina Toms
Christopher O'Brien

Ciel Liu

Photographer and videographer with experience in television news. Graduated with M.A degree from Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

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Cody Bown

Colin Ross

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Cooper Bibaud

Dalj Brar

David Thibault

David George

David Henderson-Hean
David Henderson-Hean

Filmmaker... Professional Nerd.

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David Bishop

David DeWitt

Derek Green

Douglas Abel

Duncan Ris

Emmanuel Sebbon

Enrique Leal Gamboa

Eric Tolen
Evann Siebens

Felice Gorica

Gabriel Medina

Gabrielle Giraud

Gemma Crowe
Gerald Williams

Gorrman Lee

Graham Hamilton

Greg Gillespie

Hayden Baptiste

Helen Reed

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Ian Gove

Irwin Levin

Isabelle Swiderski
Jacob Peters

Jacob Bond

Jaime Torres

Jamal Amar

James Challis

James Clarke

James Alan Matteoni

Jan Klompje

Jared MacGougan

Javed Haque

Jayne Wilkinson

Jean Phillipe Traore

Jean-Denis Rouette

Jesse Andrewartha

Jesse Andrewartha was introduced to the magic of light and film as a post-graduate in scientific photography. A 16 year veteran of the motion picture visual effects industry, his films combine his two passions: cinema and the underwater world in all its forms.

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Jesse Birch

Jill Sharpe

Joella Cabalu

A Filipino-Canadian documentary filmmaker with an Art History degree (2008). As a graduate of the Documentary Film Production Program at Langara College (2013), she intends to continue telling intimate stories of personal struggles from the perspective of marginalized people, including immigrants, women of colour, and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) community.

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John A. Woods

Jonathan Wong

Jorah Porteous

Jordan Barnes-Crouse

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Jorge Maldonado

Josh Blacker

Justin Djamtorski

Karilynn Ming Ho

Kasey Lum

Director based in Vancouver, BC.

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Kathleen Hepburn

KS Kuperis

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Lesli Brownlee

Lisa Hughes

Malek Shafi'i

Marc Cabianca

Mariam Demian

Mark Stewart

Mary Clements

Matthew Mclellan

Mauri Bernstein

Melanie Wood

Michele Smith

Mickey MacKenna

Mike Wing Ho Kam

Mike Seymour
Mike  Seymour

Designer/architect in Vancouver

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Milton Ng

Mitchell Warner

Mitchell Stookey
Mitchell Stookey

Mitch loves art, technology and storytelling, and is excited and grateful everyday to have a career built upon those three passions. His broad interests include writing, directing, editing, camera operating and cinematography, photography, visual effects and animation. Aside from his own creative work, he has been teaching video production and media literacy with the Cinematheque since 2010. If he is not busy creating, consuming, or arguing about media, he is most likely enjoying the outdoors or a competitive game.

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Nathan To

Nathan Boey

Nathaneal Draper

Local director. Narrative, Music Videos, Animation, Commercials and Documentaries.

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Nisha Platzer

Director Narrative, short films, music videos Experimental filmmaker 8mm, S8, 16mm handmade films

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Patrick Bradshaw

Peter Davis

Peter Papas

Peter Nadler

Phoebe Parsons

Randy Paul

Ray Jubinville

Reem Morsi

Robert Abel

Robert David Duncan
Robert David Duncan

Actor, director, writer and producer.

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Ron Heaps

Rosalina Cerritos

Ross Munro

Ryan Flowers

Ryan DeLaRonde

Ryder Thomas White

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Sam Madrussan

Samuel L. Luk

Sansebastian Kurianparambil

Sara Beth Edwards

Scott August

Sean O'Flynn Magee

Shane Nasmith

Sharon Kahanoff

Sonya Govahi

Stephen Gillis

Stephen Wichuk

Stephen Sowinski
Stephen Sowinski

I am a producer and owner of Creative Wild Productions. We create video and animation content. We mainly deal in wildlife and conservation. We do shoots for business as well as work in documentaries.

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Sydney Southam

Thomas Emann

Todd Brooks

Torey Swindelle

Ulla Laidlaw

Victoria Angell

Indie writer and director

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Victoria Bennett

Vince D'Amato

Wayne Robinson

Zachary Kerr-Holden

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