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Blockbuster Actor Michael Eklund and Emmy winning makeup artist Rebecca Lee took to hosting a pair of NIC Talks events. Both incredibly talented and just as busy as you would expect, Michael and Rebecca delivered inspiring experiences to share with the students and alumni in the audience.   Watch the exclusive video wrap-ups of both  Read more ➝

Rebecca Lee is synonymous with the Vancouver makeup industry; with a career that began 24 years ago at the University of British Columbia   “While I was studying acting I learned how to apply make-up and began a four year apprenticeship with top theatre professionals”.   “I have always been interested in the appreciation of  Read more ➝

Vancouver based makeup school offers its next NIC Talk with Candice S-Bridge!   If you are a New Image College makeup student and alumni and want to learn insider beauty makeup skills for T.V and film, from one of Vancouver’s best makeup artist, then come to our NIC Talk on November 28th, 2015.   Learn  Read more ➝

Lochlyn Munro has built his career on bringing to life characters that are incredibly complex to build for audiences, while making it seem easy. Whether it’s a hilarious romping pretty boy or a do-good police officer, Munro has achieved a mastery of his craft.   Not only has Lochlyn graced attendees of NIC Talks with his wit,  Read more ➝

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Diana Bang began acting professionally in 2008 with a series appearances in T.V spots and independent shorts. The actress and comedian became world renown in 2014 with her portrayal of the character Sook, in the highly controversial but successful film, The Interview. Dianna plays the propaganda minister to extremist  Read more ➝

  Michael Moriarty would receive international acclaim in 1973 when he would land the starring role, opposite Robert De Niro, in Bang the Drum Slowly. The film would go on to garnish an Oscar nomination. In the next five years Moriarty would continue to surprise with roles in projects like The Last Detail starring Jack  Read more ➝

Mathew Modine would be propelled to international stardom when director Robert Altman cast Modine as the title character Billy, in the film adaption Steamers, based on the David Rabe’s play with the same name. In the following years Modine would go on to due numerous memorable films, including Birdie, The Hotel New Hampshire, Mrs. Soffel  Read more ➝