Upcoming Courses & Events

Community, Instruction, Celebration

For over 40 years, FAVA has been providing the Edmonton community with film and video-related workshops, classes, and social events.

Whether you are looking for a way to start or grow your film or video knowledge or want a social opportunity to meet new members, FAVA has something for you. To learn more about our regular educational opportunities, click here. To learn more about our events check out FAVA FEST and the Gotta Minute Film Festival.

The Calendar below allows you to filter results based on:

  • Type: Workshops, Classes or Events
  • Skill Level: Introductory, Intermediate or Advanced
  • Cost: Free or Paid
The 10th Annual Gotta Minute Film Festival – Call for Submissions
Submissions are NOW OPEN for the 10th Annual Gotta Minute Film Festival! Submit your one-minute, sil...
16mm Collage & Animation
FAVA at The Orange Hub
16mm Collage & Animation is a working lab developed by Rhayne Vermette which considers acts of e...
16mm Challenge
FAVA at The Orange Hub
Shoot some film! We dare you! Included in the cost of your registration, you’ll get: a half-day wo...
Act Out! – Teen Film Acting Camp
FAVA at The Orange Hub
Act Out! is a full-day camp for ages 13-17 for the week of July 10 – July 14. It will teach studen...
Fade In – Teen Screenwriting Camp
FAVA at The Orange Hub
During “Fade In,” students will learn to conceive, plot, and write a short screenplay ov...
Free-For-All: AFA Grant Information Session
Alberta Foundation for the Arts and FAVA will be hosting an online Information Session August 2nd pr...
Reel Teens – Teen Filmmaking Camp
FAVA at The Orange Hub
Reel Teens is a week-long, full-day camp for ages 13 to 17 during summer break that teaches students...

Partners and Supporters

These events aren’t possible without the support of our partners. Because of their generosity and commitment to Alberta film and video, FAVA is able to put on these courses, workshops and events that inspire and educate our members so that they can achieve their filmmaking goals.