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Film & Television Production and Post-Production - Toronto

A great television or film production is a result of a talented group of individuals combining their skills.

Discover how an idea is taken from development to the big screen throughout our 48-week program.

Through the teachings of experienced instructors and by using industry standard equipment, you’ll receive comprehensive training focused on giving you the skills and creativity you need to land a role once you’ve completed your qualification.

Regardless of whether you have experience in the industry, you’ll leave the program feeling confident.  

Tuition fees


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Key facts

Intakes: January, April, July and October

Financial Assistance - Learn More

960 hours

12-months (48 weeks)

4 terms


Daytime classes

Diploma program

Domestic Scholarships and Grants

Scholarships and Grants are available for a limited time. *T&Cs apply.

Program Overview

The initial term is focused on scriptwriting, audio and online video. Designed to develop your storytelling abilities and build your understanding of the role of sound and music, you will be prepared for the countless opportunities available in online video production.

  • Scriptwriting – 89h
  • Audio for Film & Video – 33h
  • Introduction to Digital Audio – 30h
  • Audio Post Design – 54h
  • Online Video – 54h

Your second term is dedicated to production and will give you the skills to effectively produce and direct, including camera work, lighting, sound and cinematography.

  • Cinematography – 107.5h
  • Film & Television Production – 45h
  • Production/Directing – 107.5h

Term 3 centers around editing and management by introducing important editing training necessary during post-production, along with valuable planning, development, distribution and marketing business skills.

  • Editing – 128.5h
  • Production Management – 45h
  • Special Effect Design – 31.5h
  • Film History – 22.5h
  • Film/TV Distribution and Marketing – 22.5h

Your final term will be dedicated to showcasing your accumulated acquired skills. You will use these throughout a complete film production cycle, starting with an appreciation for the art of the ‘pitch’ in getting your projects off the ground and culminating with your final short film project, ready to go into your portfolio.

  • Careers – 13.5h
  • Pre-Production - 19.5h
  • Casting Lab - 14h
  • Production Lab – 50h
  • Final Project Editing: Lab – 45h
  • Final Project Audio Lab – 10h
  • Production/Directing III: Lab – 28h

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Skills and Competencies

Throughout the program, you will develop your skills in the following areas:


  • Assistant Director
  • Assistant Film Editor
  • Audio Post-Production, Pro Tools, Sound FX and Sound Mixing
  • Boom Operator
  • Camera Assistant
  • Cinematography
  • Collaborating in pre-production activities
  • Digital camera operation
  • Digital Film Editing
  • Directing
  • Dynamic lighting placement
  • Film Distributor – Acquisitions
  • Music video producer
  • Networking in the film industry
  • Operating Location audio equipment
  • Performing sound editing of movies and videos
  • Portfolio Creation
  • Post-production Supervisor (video editing, color correction, film-title design, etc.)
  • Producing
  • Production Assistant
  • Production Coordinator
  • Screenwriting
  • Script Supervisor – Film Continuity
  • Script writing
  • Special Effects for Film (After Effects)
  • Television broadcast Switcher
  • Television production assistant
  • Understanding film semiotics (the role of the framing, editing and sound)
  • Web series Producer

Career Outlook

Our graduates pursue successful careers in the following roles:


  • Camera operator
  • Film or video editor
  • Film producer/director/cinematographer
  • Gaffer/grip
  • Post-production
  • Screenwriter
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