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(September 4, 2006) – The Canadian Film Centre's Habitat New Media Lab recognizes that as technologies revolutionize our lives, new opportunities for writers, designers, producers, programmers, filmmakers, visual artists and creative thinkers are emerging. As a resident in the New Media Lab, you'll push the boundaries of learning and imagination to create product prototypes that are at the intersection of art and technology. Be part of the future of entertainment.
The Canadian Film Centre's Habitat New Media Lab is currently accepting applications for the Spring 2007 session of the TELUS Interactive Art & Entertainment Programme (IAEP), a five-month, post-graduate residency focused on creating inventive interactive narrative projects for the Canadian and international marketplace.
The TELUS Interactive Arts & Entertainment Programme (IAEP) is Canada's first post-graduate programme for new media training and production, based on a philosophy that compelling new media content is created through a collaborative process harnessing a wide range of creative skills, knowledge and talent. An internationally acclaimed facility, the Habitat New Media lab has produced award-winning new media prototypes ranging from simulation-based interactive documentaries, to wireless storytelling networks, to interactive short films and narrative-driven media installations.
Apply Now - Application Deadline is October 31, 2006
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