Vancouver Film School Announces New AMA Masterclass Series Open To The Public

Announcement Highlights:

  • The first entry and introduction to Vancouver Film School’s new ‘Ask Me Anything’ Masterclass series
  • Eric Jacobus will answer questions about his profession, experiences and expertise
  • This free-to-register event is open to the public and sponsored by Beyond Capture Studio
  • This Masterclass will be hosted at the SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts in Vancouver, BC, on Tuesday,    April 16, 2019, from 6-7:30 p.m. local time.

(Vancouver, BC) February 1, 2019 - Vancouver Film School (VFS) is proud to introduce its brand new ‘Ask Me Anything’ Masterclass Series. This exciting new series offers an opportunity to explore different creative industries through the eyes of the highly accomplished professionals who work within them. Audience members will get a rare inside look at what it really takes to break into the various industries and how each Masterclass instructor sets their work apart from the pack. Each Masterclass event will conclude with an open opportunity for audience members to lead the conversation as Masterclass instructors invite them to “Ask Me Anything”!

The first entry in this series is a Masterclass focusing on Eric Jacobus, an award-winning filmmaker, stunt man, martial artist and action designer. Eric is best known for his motion-capture performances of Kratos and Baldur in Sony Santa Monica Studio’s 2018 Game of the Year winning God of War. He helped director Vasan Bala earn the 2018 TIFF Audience Award for Man Who Feels No Pain as its action director and is the motion capture talent behind 8 different characters in NetherRealm Studio’s upcoming game, the latest in its long storied action franchise, Mortal Kombat 11. To learn more about Eric, check out and

The VFS AMA Masterclass featuring Eric Jacobus is sponsored by Beyond Capture Studios and is a free-to-register event available to the public. It will be hosted at the SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts in Vancouver, BC, on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, from 6 - 7:30 p.m. local time. To register and get tickets to this free event, visit:


About Vancouver Film School

In 1987, VFS revolutionized entertainment arts education with the introduction of the world’s first one-year intensive film production diploma program. Today, VFS is Canada’s premier post-secondary entertainment arts institution, offering acclaimed and award-winning one-year diploma programs in 3D animation, film, TV, programming, video game, motion and interactive design. For the past 30 years, VFS has been devoted to delivering the highest quality education, and developing the next generation of leaders in the entertainment and creative media industries.

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Christopher Ian Bennett,
Executive Producer & Head of Marketing
Vancouver Film School

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